At Pie Place Café & Bakery, savory lunchtime sandwiches and pies are a precursor to dessert—a huge selection of pies baked with seasonally rotating fillings and handmade crusts. Check out the café menu to choose from a variety of specialty sandwiches—chefs coat heaps of corned beef, sauerkraut, and swiss cheese in a tangy dressing before stuffing them between two pieces of just-grilled rye bread with the Pie Place reuben ($7.25). In contrast to their sweet cousins, the savory pies fill handmade crusts with hearty combinations such as chicken enchilada, with chicken and cheese playing Marco Polo against avocado and sour cream in a spicy cream sauce. To complement entrees, diners can chomp side salads ($2.95) or slurp a soup of the day ($3.95–$4.95), such as tomato basil, french onion, and white chicken chili.
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Though it sounds like the name of a delicious new swamp-fruit, Frogberry actually refers to a fro-yo shop where you can enjoy a cold treat and dream about the flavors of the future. Every day, four fat-free yogurt flavors are selected from a list of 24 that includes options such as mango, peanut butter, cake batter, and blueberry. Toppings are equally plentiful—you could sprinkle on gummy frogs, strawberries, granola, and chocolate chips, as well as healthful mix-ins such as protein powder, açai berry extract, and energy booster made from the gunk inside AA batteries. And it's all served in compostable cups, which come in three sizes—Newt (4 oz.), Tadpole (6 oz.), and Frogberry (10 oz.).
In addition to fro-yo, Frogberry offers smoothies and shaved ice snow cones. And it opens self-serve cereal and coffee bars as early as 9 a.m. for the morning crowd. Cushy chairs and concave stools invite guests to lounge around, check email, or post pictures to their yogurt review site of choice.
The rotating selection of 100% natural yogurts, colorful toppings bar, and freshly roasted coffee at Yo! Frozen Yogurt Lounge joined forces to help it earn the 2011 Fort Worth Weekly’s Critic’s Choice award for Best Frozen Yogurt. Inside a space lined with booths, tables, and flat-screen TV’s, ribbons of yogurt transform under toppings into fro-yo sundaes of fresh fruit or Oreo. High in protein, calcium, and potassium, the rotating yogurts contain live cultures to help promote digestion, boost the immune system, and diversify tummies with art, music, and language.