At Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila, chef Joseph Martinez sears Californian-Mexican specialties in a hardwood-fired oven located in the hub of the restaurant’s open-kitchen layout. Just as dragon-roasted knights add excitement to a castle, fire-roasted tomatoes add zest to the handcrafted salsas spotlighted on the menu. Scoop up the eponymous tacos, such as pork carnitas with grilled pineapple and chipotle salsa or portobello mushroom with organic greens and pico de gallo, each wrapped in an organic corn tortilla (any two for $8.95). For full-plate fare, try the spit-roasted, Yucatan-spiced Jidori chicken ($13.95), or for a more diminutive appetite, turn to the citrus-marinated shrimp ceviche with diced chilis, onions, and avocados ($9.95).
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At first glance, green2go may just seem like any other modern eatery touting healthy fast-food options. However, founders Anita Allison and Joulia Kallah make sure there’s a lot more going on beneath the surface. The two are on a mission to bolster and expand a food culture that respects pesticide-free produce and local farmers, and they source their ingredients accordingly. They only serve seasonal produce and meat purchased from farmers who follow strict guidelines on humane and organic practices. As two moms who share a passion for keeping their families healthy, Allison and Kallah are dedicated to supporting a dining revolution with their natural and fresh comfort food.
Executive chef Brunson Achiu concocts their menu, channeling his Hawaiian heritage alongside his experience cooking for presidents, California governors, and celebrities such as Lucille Ball and Cher. Under his guidance, the kitchen churns out tacos, poke salad, veggie burgers on whole-wheat buns or lettuce wraps, and bowls of rice milled in Williams, CA. Once it’s ready to eat, the food is placed in biodegradable packaging for takeout, on, recycled serveware for dine in, or in cryogenic stasis for future snacking.
For more than 20 years, the family-owned and family-oriented Thai Specialty has warmed diners' mouths and bellies with traditional Thai spices and sauces. Salmon sauteed with a spicy white wine sauce rests over a bed of spinach, and whole fish absorb the vibrant flavors of spicy apple and ginger-chili sauces. Items such as fruity smoothies are available with appetizers before your meal, and mango sticky rice or coconut ice cream are available for dessert. The menu calls out dishes' spice levels with a helpful red-chili scoring system, with one chili meaning spicy, two meaning very spicy, and one and a half meaning that someone took a bite out of the menu.