Take a break from the office and enjoy a tasty sandwich with a side of chips at Greenery Restaurant and Market. Greenery Restaurant and Market is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both gluten-free and healthy items on the menu. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Greenery Restaurant and Market won't disappoint. Take the kids along too — Greenery Restaurant and Market is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love.
The restaurant has catering services as well. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go.
Drivers can access the parking lot next door.
Greenery Restaurant and Market's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less. You can stop by at almost any time, since Greenery Restaurant and Market offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The board-certified orthodontists at Smile Straight Orthodontics, including some who are bilingual in English and Spanish, work to perfect smiles with preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. With an expert staff at the ready, they treat common issues with innovative tools such as Invisalign.
Peek across the counter at the shop's resident chocolatiers, who massage creamy loafs of chocolate on sturdy marble slabs daily. For additional culinary theatrics, feel free to cheer on the expert orchard orderlies as they kettle-dip Granny Smiths into caramel-coated creations. Caramel apples range from the classically simple (starting at $5.25) to The Monster Apple, which is rolled in mixed nuts, layered lovingly in milk or dark chocolate, and drizzled in rich white confection with liberal discretion. For additional brain pampering, strip away the core and go straight for the score with freshly fangled fudges ($13.25 per pound).
When Schlotzsky's first opened in Austin back 1971, the owner offered just one sandwich. Known as The Original, the stack offered lean smoked ham, genoa and cotto salamis, three kinds of cheese, and a layer of marinated black olives, all atop a hot sourdough bun. That?s all it took to get Schlotzsky?s off the ground and send it on its way to become a global franchise, today featuring locations in 35 states and four countries. Of course, today?s menu holds many, many more flavor combinations?Angus roast beef and cheese, chicken and pesto, and a smoked-turkey reuben, to name a few?along with salads and pizzas. The latter aren't as much of a divergence from Schlotzky's lunch-friendly template as it might sound: at eight inches across, they're still easy to grab on the go, and the crust is made with sourdough just like the signature sandwich bread and the walls of the head baker's home.
Bob Mihalyov endured the challenge of feeding his three children as they were growing up. As he slowly learned to cook, and it was soon apparent that Bob had a knack for the craft. A few years later, he met Vicki, a weight-loss coach, and the two married, building not only a home together but also a business: they combined their talents to start Trinity Health. Passionate about educating the public on healthy lifestyle techniques, they conduct cooking classes, weight-loss training, and body-composition analyses.
They teach courses for couples, singles, and families at their office on Mesa Street. In each class, Bob and Vicki demonstrate the preparation of gourmet meals, teaching students new recipes and ingredient substitutions. They also offer freshly prepared meals with delivery, as well as online cooking videos, physician lectures, and private health-coach consultations.
Operating under the mantra Flavor Your Life, Bahama Buck's sends its patrons on a tropical holiday with every sip of its gourmet drinks. Island-inspired decor outfits each Bahama Buck's location, and the business's approach to flavor as an art form—with more than 90 flavors of shaved ice—carries over to its smoothies, which send creamy concoctions climbing through straws to rouse tasters with the zest of fresh fruit and juices. Hawaii's Kona coffee beans are used for Island House coffees, and island specialties, such as 100% natural juices, provide an afternoon pick-me-up without the pressure of negotiating with the intimidating children in charge of neighborhood lemonade stands.