Within a charming neon-yellow storefront, Zudaka crafts its all-vegetarian menu from scratch using fresh ingredients and protein-packed veggie products. Fix fangs into the crispy crust of high-fiber arepas, which give way to fillings such as white cheese, scrambled eggs, and sweet plantains ($4.50–$5.25). Vegans can nosh on meatless Zudaka dogs topped with fresh salsa, shoestring potatoes, and white cheese ($4), and a duo of piping-hot hallaquitas evokes classic Latin tamales without the aid of traditional masa's potentially problematic stores of gluten and history of transporting diners to crop circles ($8.75). After meatless chow-downs, patrons can enjoy fresh arroz con leche, a rice-pudding dish topped with raisins and cinnamon ($3.50), as they sip on hot or cold sugar-cane juice ($3) and milky, black Zudaka tea peppered with exotic spices ($3.25).
Café of Life's experienced chiropractic doctors restore bodies to their natural state of equilibrium for happier, healthier lives. Stroll in for the first appointment, where specialists will discuss the patient's medical history and evaluate posture, flexibility, and invisibility. Meanwhile, digital x-rays—which use just a fraction of the exposure of traditional x-rays—will find what makes your spine tingle to fine-tune a treatment plan.
Locally owned and operated, Shamane's specializes in scratch-made sweetness structured with local and organic ingredients. Like a sailboat or a paper airplane, the shop runs on 100% wind energy, and the bakery extends its green ethos with an in-progress, in-house garden that grows with berries, fruits, and veggies. Cupcakes, which are available in chocolate, vanilla, red velvet, lemon, and coconut flavors, are good for any occasion, from a house-warming party to a party inside an icehouse, and Shamane's whips up its baked delicacies with an artist's touch. Degustators can also choose from a selection of homemade, gourmet cookies, including chocolate chip, peanut butter chocolate chip, oatmeal cranberry, and gingersnap.