Wheat State Pizza assembles its pies on signature dough made fresh daily, including hand-tossed and thin-crust wheat. Customers may adorn their pizzas with more than 30 different toppings, ranging from cashews and mushrooms to pineapple and avocado. The menu also features a robust roster of pizza alternatives, such as sandwiches, salads, and create-your-own calzones, which pack in three main toppings along with fresh basil, ricotta, and mozzarella cheese.
At The Topeka Juice Garden, newly opened in March of 2013, juicing specialists extract the essences of organic fruits and vegetables using equipment that preserves their healthful enzymes. Patrons can sip on menu concoctions such as the Green Machine, which contains spinach, bananas, almond milk, and dates, or customize their beverage with boosters such as probiotics and chlorophyll. In addition to juices and Blendies, the shop sells raw soups and pies, salads, and housemade ice cream that's crafted from fruit. Certified nutrition counselors conduct lectures onsite and share tips on healthy living.
There are times when "perfect" barely measures up. Those are often the same times when people need cakes and candy. Whether it is a gift of cupcakes for a special client, a holiday celebration, a birthday cake, a custom cake for your corporate event, or your wedding cake, we will help you to make it just right.
For more than 30 years, Quiznos has toasted its submarine sandwiches to help bring out the flavors of their butcher-quality meats, cheese, and artisan breads. Its classic and signature subs take on a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, ranging from the prime rib mushroom and swiss to the classic italian donning black olives, mozzarella, red-wine vinaigrette, and plentiful sliced meats.
Quite a few menu items are prepped with nutrition in mind: numerous sandwiches have fewer than 500 calories, such as the pork-cuban, Baja-chicken, and veggie-caprese subs. In addition, there are Quiznos' Sub Sliders, which are slimmed-down versions of subs and have supreme aerodynamics when shot out of T-shirt cannons.
At first glance, passersby may think that the wood-paneled exterior and wagon wheels of El Charro Mexican Restaurant were transplanted from the Wild West. But when diners dig into cheese-smothered burritos, spicy seafood, and chicken and beef brought to life with Mexican spices, they know they've traveled south of the border. The sprawling menu satisfies cravings for everything from chimichangas and quesadillas to traditional shrimp soup and huevos rancheros. For dessert, servers bring out puffy sopapillas or supply churros for diners to joust with.
Serving savory subs since 1956, the friendly bread bookenders at Jersey Mike’s employ fresh ingredients to gift diners with an extensive menu of handheld eats assembled directly before eager mouths. Sink your ivories into cold subs such as the Jersey Shore's Favorite, where generous slices of provolone, ham, and cappacuolo arrive layered with onions, lettuce, tomatoes, vinegar, and a sprinkling of oil and spices ($4.29–$8.95, depending on size). Chilly diners dissatisfied with standard whole-wheat sleeping bags can warm up next to hot subs such as the Big Kahuna Cheese Steak ($6.95/reg, $10.75/giant) or the chicken parm's infusion of melted provolone, tomato sauce, and parmesan ($6.25/reg, $9.75/giant). Diners seeking munchables as light as a CGI feather can sample the fresh-tossed salad ($3.99) or tuna salad ($6.25). The friendly sandwich sculptors will also happily customize any 'wich to your whims, offering a host of vegetarian options or the utensil-friendly Sub in a Tub, which mixes the ingredients in a bowl sans bread.