With five different sizes of made-to-order burgers, 26 toppings, and 378,000 shake-flavor combinations, Cheeburger Cheeburger adds precision customization to the no-nonsense flavors of classic American burger joints. Diners begin their burger bonanza by selecting the size of their entree, with weight classes including the 5.5-ounce The Classic ($5.99) and the 14-ounce Delirious ($9.99). The Famous Pounder ($11.99) stands alone on its pedestal of size, baiting hungry challengers with pickle-themed insults and the promise of immortality on the Cheeburger Cheeburger wall of fame should they gobble its entire 20-ounce bundle. With more than 20 toppings, sauces, and cheese choices included in the price of the burger and more specialty toppings for an additional price, diners slather sandwiches with accents such as pineapple, artichoke hearts, or guacamole. Pair patties with french fries ($2.99–$4.99) and onion rings ($3.49–$5.49), or follow up the feast with mix-and-match milkshakes ($3.99–$5.49), using a chemist’s eye to blend flavors into 1 of the 378,000 sweetly unscientific combinations.
New Day Cafe treats its patrons to good old-fashioned American diner food. Kick off your day with made-to-order omelets, short-stack pancakes, or a hearty two-egg breakfast to prepare for another round of meetings about adding more meetings to the day. For lunch, there's bacon cheeseburgers, tuna melts, and homemade chicken tortilla soup.
Recently featured on Channel 13’s Cool in Vegas, Lazy Joe’s bounteous booties of East Coast–flavored fare are cooked in pure soybean oil and served in an enjoyable, easygoing atmosphere. Bait appetites with a water-sourced starter such as classic calamari ($8.99), or sample the flowering onion, a blooming ring of chewy onion rings pollinated by crying bees ($5.99). Entrees are equally enticing—Lazy Joe's offers such ravenousness-relinquishing meals as whole belly clams, which are flown directly from New England and arrive replete with local flavor and Red Sox–related passions. The breaded entrees at Lazy Joe’s are gluten-free, hand-rolled in a special concoction of crumbs that is Celiac-friendly and pugnacious to wheat-based proteins.
The self-serve yogurt stations and the smorgasbord of toppings at Poppy’s Frozen Yogurt grant aspiring dessert designers mastery over their frozen fates. Mix and match a rotating selection of eight yogurt flavors, including Reese’s peanut butter, very-berry sorbet, cheesecake, and classic chocolate, or other options free of sugar, dairy, and despair. The toppings bar features more than 40 fixings to ornament mouthwatering masterpieces with fresh fruit, chopped candies, and nuts. Breakfast cereals, such as Fruity Pebbles and Cap’n Crunch, transform sweet treats into a nutritional, well-balanced breakfast to fuel a taxing day of paper filing and participating in roller-chair derbies. Since price is determined by weight ($0.34 per ounce), think carefully before cloaking a creamy concoction with candy-coated uranium marbles.
The way the interior of Our Families Country Café is decorated gives off a keenly familiar feeling—like home, if home had the cozy welcome-home ambience of a TV-family dining room. A florist shop’s worth of plants, flowers, and knickknacks peppers the wooden walls, tables, and beams, and a decorative sign invites diners openly to “Seat Yourself.” Once you take in the restaurant’s good humor, a home-style feast of American favorites awaits touchdown between your fork and knife. Throughout the day, the kitchen staff flips hot cakes, scrambles omelets, grills burgers, and pours creamy gravy on crispy country fried steaks, all made in the name of down-home country cooking. Heartier eats include USDA Choice rib-eye steaks that start at 6 ounces like grandma used to make, or go up to 30 ounces, like Mr. T’s grandma used to make.
In the summer of 2006, the first Cefiore Frozen Yogurt opened in Los Angeles. Before long, word had spread about the new shop’s premium non-fat yogurt, leading to some positive feedback from the press as well as a rapid expansion. Today, Cefiore has shops in the United States, Australia, Turkey, and Canada.
Made with real dairy and live active cultures, Cefiore’s all-natural yogurt does not contain preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, or realistic-looking plastic grapes. Customers can choose from flavors such as raspberry-pomegranate, golden cherry, and green tea and eat their yogurt from a soft-serve cup with fruit and granola, through the straw of a fruit smoothie, or straight from a to-go carton.