With more than 845 locations, Jamba Juice proves to the masses that nutrition can be speedy and delicious. Since the beginning, the company?s product philosophy has revolved around choosing whole fruits and other natural ingredients over artificial flavorings, sweeteners, and preservatives. The menu is completely free of high-fructose corn syrup and trans fats, and it offers additional accommodations for vegan and gluten-free diets.
This naturalistic approach is fully realized in Jamba Juice's selection of smoothies. Made with 100% fruit juice, sherbet, and frozen yogurt, the frosty delights range from all-fruit smoothies such as Peach Perfection and Strawberry Whirl to more indulgent creamy treats, including Peanut Butter Moo'd, an enticing blend of peanut butter, bananas, nonfat vanilla frozen yogurt, and milk chocolate. The lunch hour presents toasted bistro sandwiches and California Flatbreads that pack only about 320?420 calories each.
In addition to providing healthy eats to customers, Jamba Juice sponsors Team Up for a Healthy America. The initiative fights childhood obesity while encouraging fans to join the Team Up community of celebrities, athletes and other leaders committed to getting kids active?which they can do by visiting the main Jamba Juice website.
Cuisine Type: Coffee and coffee drinks
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 1?5
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Java Dave's specialty drinks
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Though seasonal scones, cupcakes, and cake balls make special appearances inside Java Dave's at the Farm, it's the coffee that keeps the crowds lining up at the drive-thru window. Specialty drinks and smoothies come in a number of flavors, including the creamy chocolate Davio, a house specialty. Skinny and sugar-free lattes cater to a variety of dietary needs, and gift baskets brimming with beans, mugs, and other accessories are perfect for your coffee-loving best friend or tea-loving enemy.
Husband and wife team David and Jinny Enkey man the stations at The Mocha Café, where they rouse dormant sensory receptors with aromatic cups of java brewed with numu beans roasted in Oklahoma City. The independent coffeehouse’s lineup of creamy, flavored lattes and teas funnels down food-chutes alongside crisp salads, fresh pastries, and hand-dipped chocolate espresso beans. Visitors can enjoy their brews at tables adorned with candy-apple-red tablecloths or kick back on vintage couches and admire local artwork, listen to occasional live music, or play board games against neighbors to settle disputes over property lines.
Old School Bagel Cafe's bakers arrive at 3 a.m. each morning to begin crafting fresh dough for the day's array of New York–style rounds, which accompany steaming mugs of joe and bookend the fillings for specialty sandwiches. The bagel purists boil, rather than steam, each O before baking it in the oven. A quick glance of laser vision slices each bagel, halving it before a staffer slathers it with cream cheese or transforms it into a noontime eat.
The Good Dog’s meaty menu is stuffed with snugly bunned, cheese-sprinkled Americana, which its white-hatted staff sling gracefully into the open mouths of hungry Oklahomans. Staples such as the Plain Ol’ hot dog ($1.20) sate hamburger-weary clientele, while the Frito-chili pie ($3.79) coats palates with a heartily savory alternative to dessert pies made from sugar cubes and melted Pixie Stix. As The Andy Griffith Show animates the eatery’s black-and-white TV, the double-coney combo ($3.99) employs chips, a soft drink, and two chili-and-cheese-slathered dogs to re-enlist taste buds that have retired prematurely. The three-way chili ($3.99 à la carte, $5.49 for combo), on the other plate, subtly synthesizes spaghetti, beef, and beans, designing a tasty exercise for convincing unmotivated mouths to chew at least 11 times before swallowing.