Salad Creations gives salad sculptors the fork and menu of fresh ingredients required to fashion a healthy masterpiece. Build a full-size bowl from a select choice of greens and more than 40 toss-in toppings ($7.49, excluding proteins)—hide eggs inside a garden of traditional ingredients, or celebrate graduation from the witness-protection program by flaunting bright cranberries and feta cheese. Go-getter guests tired from building their own birdhouses can choose from a lineup of ready-made items, such as featured salads ($4.99–$6.99 for junior, $5.99–$8.99 for full), fresh wraps ($6.99), or hot pressed paninis ($6.99).
This clean, eco-friendly eatery's menu is populated with nutritional and nourishing palate-pleasers, all packing a punch of personalized perfection that won't lead to paunches or potbellies. Each tasty creation is quickly prepared from fresh ingredients upon ordering, and a friendly, helpful staff is on hand to walk nervous neophytes through the ordering process. Fill up on a freestyle wrap (from $4.99 for a 6", up to $7.69 for a 9"), such as the grilled chicken or the philly cheesesteak, and top it with any of the multitude of dressings, including tzatziki, barbecue sauce, and honey mustard. Globally minded gastronomists can tongue-travel with international eats such as the fiesta mexicana ($5.69 for a 6", $6.99 for a 9") or the thai beef ($5.69 for a 6", $6.99 for 9"). This Groupon is good for dine-in or carryout, allowing hungry hominids to eat well whether fully bipedal or critical of sit-down dining.
Meet meatless merrymaking with today’s Groupon. For $10, you’ll get $20 worth of vegetarian Kosher eats at Green Vegetarian Cuisine, San Antonio’s only 100% meat-free eatery. Sate your meatlust by fooling your taste buds with delicious vegetables posing as delicious meats.
Located downtown Comstock Park with the White Pine Trail leading to its back door, Mad Dogz invites guests to stroll, bike, or mash potato in and enjoy a menu boasting 23 gourmet hot dogs. A place where regulars are greeted by name, the friendly frankfurter maestros slather the all-beef or veggie dogs in chili and cheese and get adventurous under a pile of chili, peanut butter, pickles, and Fritos crumbles. All franks can be prepared extra fiery, as the bun-fillers turn up the heat to “insane,” “unstable,” or “psychotic”. During clement weather, Mad Dogz seats guests out on the patio to relish a juice box or iced tea along with views of squirrels playing kickball at Dwight Lydell Park across the street.
More than 40 toppings can crown YoFruit’s self-serve frozen yogurt. Available in nonfat and low-fat flavors, each kosher-certified treat can be swirled into a cup or one of the shop’s handmade waffle cones. Yogurt is one several options on YoFruit’s café-inspired menu, which includes salads, housemade Belgian waffles, and gourmet wraps such as tuna salad and walnuts with cilantro-ranch dressing.
A plethora of boba-tea options aside, the drink menu earns YoFruit the fruit portion of its name with specialty smoothies such as blends of honeydew, mint, and pineapple. Feasts unfold inside YoFruit’s cheery dining area, which surrounds patrons with bright stonewalls decorated with murals.
From the bustling stalls of Beijing's markets to the refined quiet of Tokyo's sushi bars, no Chinese or Japanese culinary tradition escapes the notices of Bean Sprout's chefs. Whether they're tossing together quick lunches or filling family dinner orders, they blend the best parts of the two nations' traditions into dishes ranging from crispy duck to mu shu pork. In addition to preparing hot entrees, the chefs slice and assemble nigiri and rolls, with favorites including California rolls and the full moon special, which gets larger or smaller depending on the time of the month.