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Inventive combinations of locally sourced ingredients typify the fresh dishes that emerge from the kitchen at Zookini's. The cranberry burger brandishes ground beef mixed with dried cranberries and cream cheese, while the marinated margarita chicken rests on thick slices of ripe tomatoes. Pastas are all made in-house and serve as the foundation for the Zoo-preme carbonara and fettuccine alfredo. The eatery's eco-conscious, community-centered mentality carries over into the building itself, which is partially made from recycled materials, and the dining room walls bear the work of local artists.
Herban Renewal's suds-savvy staff handcraft all-natural body fresheners using garden-grown herbs, premium vegetable oils, and refined sea salts. Banish germs and odiferous epidermal elves with a 6-ounce bar of fragrant soap ($6) or an aloe-based body wash, which can come in the sweet-smelling aromas of mint, rose, and lavender ($1–$8). Lotions saturate the skin with emollients and herbal extracts to shepherd fleshly hulls into a state of soothing replenishment ($1–$16). Shelter children’s sensitive skin from irritants and rash-inducing rubber-ducky venom with the Sweet Cheeks line of infant cleansers or the playful Livi.Lu.Lu line of skincare products designed for adolescent girls and including lotions, balms, body mists, and shower gels.
Dedicated to transforming ordinary human beings into solar-powered pictures of health and wellness, the organic food and vitamin supermarket conjures a lunch menu of fresh sandwiches and hearty salads. Midday munchers can unwind from a stressful morning of business meetings and stapler fires with a chicken sandwich with avocado and sprouts ($6.95) or the zesty special tuna salad seasoned with curry and sprinkles with nuts and dried fruit ($6.95).
Push a virtual cart through One Smart Cookie's online bake shop, where every decadent disc is made from scratch and freshly baked to order. Mix and match up to four of the tongue-tempting flavors, such as double-chocolate-chip, snickerdoodle, oatmeal-toffee, and the recently added red-velvet. All cookies are shipped within hours of oven departure to ensure freshness and packed in an airtight container to keep them from flying away. Each of One Smart Cookie's soft and chewy circlets measures 3 to 3 1/2 inches in circrumb-ference, just small enough to prevent a vindictive milkman from using them as coasters.
Fisher's Food Mart's grocers offer up an assortment of supplies to eliminate stomach-quakes and quench thirst-fires. Stroll through Fisher's aisles to snag pantry pleasers such as Kraft mac 'n' cheese ($0.99 per 7.25 oz. box) and ShurFine graham crackers ($1.99 per 14 oz. package), or pick up 1-pound bags of baby carrots ($1.29) and stalks of celery ($0.99 each) to make slow-cooked stews or quickly bagged lunches. Friendly, attentive staff members will help patrons find paper plates ($3.99 for 150) and plastic cups ($3.96 for 50) for picnics and parties, and sponges ($1.59 per four-pack) and paper towels ($1.99 per roll) prevent crying jags over spilled milk.
Your neighborhood, hometown pharmacy with a state of the art compounding lab. We treat you like family. Look for us in Fort Worth, Burleson, Cleburne, Decatur, Glen Rose, Granbury, Joshua, Mineral Wells and Weatherford.
Family-owned and '50s-inspired, Nikki's Swirl Shoppe specializes in self-serve frozen yogurt, custom milkshakes, and customized sundaes. Salted caramel, creamy cheesecake, chilled cubes of fresh pineapple, and whole blueberries and rasberries decorate frozen yogurt, whose flavors include strawberry, chocolate mint, hazelnut, pistachio, and pound cake. Like the color of trees and the fashion of chameleons, these flavors change with the seasons, with eggnog and pumpkin making appearances in the colder months. In addition to sating singular sweet teeth, Nikki's Swirl Shoppe hosts parties for all occasions.
Bogie’s Downtown Deli serves up hearty sandwiches and wholesome salads inspired by classic Hollywood films. Enjoy selections such as the Oklahoma Kid, a grilled chicken sandwich capped with monterey jack, avocado slices, and Thousand Island dressing, or the Great O’Malley, a gargantuan burger made with double meat and extra cheese. The restaurant’s walls are adorned with posters that display the Hollywood stars and starlets of yore that provide inspiration for the menu’s edibles.
Serenity Soapworks' cleansing alchemists fuse natural ingredients into revivifying balms including bath soaps, salts, and aromatic candles. Delicate epidermises discover an effective ally in the lightly vanilla-scented Scaly Skin Skeedadle vegan soap, which treats extreme dry-skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, and spontaneous combustion with avocado and sweet-almond oils, as well as coconut, hazelnut, and wheat germ ($5.95). Vegan lip balms ($3) capture summer’s essence in convenient, pocket-sized form, slathering smoochers in juicy flavors such as raspberry lemonade and strawberry-peach parfait. Aromatherapy-packed, chocolate-fudge-brownie-scented soy candles ($3.50–$6.50) unlock memories of childhood baking adventures and lure packs of feral cookies, and the Oatmeal, Milk, and Honey brown-sugar exfoliating scrub ($5) treats the senses to a luxurious brunch while cosseting sapped skin with moisture-maximizing oils.
Junk Warehouse's staff of bead wielders lines its walls with unique apparel and accouterments in a panoply of bold colors and styles. Animal-kingdom-inspired jewelry, such as animal-print pendants ($15) and zebra bracelets ($10) elevate one's pride status, and funky watches ($10–$20) keep time better than miniature drum corps. Embroidered headwear, such as a cross hat ($20), bedecks craniums for fashionably stealth bad hair days, and vibrant fabrics enrobe customers in flowing clothing choices, including a bold tube dress ($29.99) and an elegantly subtle cream number ($29.99). Crafters can also peruse a compendium of diverse jewelry beads, ideal for stringing across wrists or tripping up maladroit cat burglars.
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A patio extends from Bluff Dale Vineyards's tasting room, presenting an expansive view of the sun-drenched grapevines and sloping foothills that D Magazine called "impressive." This swath of land grows the succulent grapes used to make the winery's fruit-forward selection of silken reds and aromatic whites. In addition to an oak-aged cabernet sauvignon, crisp chardonnay, and sweet muscat, the tasting room features a Texas cream sherry that is blended with the traditional—and time-intensive—solera system instead of with an industrial-sized cocktail shaker.
Owners David and Theresa Hayes also host live bands at their winery from time to time, inviting visitors to attend for free, bring a picnic, and tap their toes to the melodies of such groups as the Double J-R Band or the jazzy Pearl Street 4.
A casual BYOB destination, The Ranch House Cafe serves up nightly specials, housemade desserts, and made-to-order breakfasts. During breakfast, served until 11 a.m., stop by for a freshly assembled breakfast burrito or fluffy custom omelet with a cup of coffee. In the afternoon, cooks whip up selections from the lunch menu, including double cheeseburgers, chicken-fried steak, and hand-battered fish-fillet sandwiches.