Boasting an all-natural yogurt that’s Kosher-certified and rich in probiotic cultures, YogurtBliss serves a desert that’s equal parts healthy and delicious. The yogurt is served by the ounce in 12 different low- and non-fat flavors, while a smorgasbord including dozens of different fresh fruit and candy toppings gives customers myriad yogurt-customizing possibilities.
In the quaint little dining room of Sidewalk Bistro, dark wooden tabletops are arranged along a black-and-white checkered floor. Small booths line one wall, and a long counter stretches along another. It's dark outside, but that doesn't stop a server from emerging from the kitchen with a plate stacked with fluffy blueberry pancakes.
Comforting breakfast foods are something most people crave no matter what the time, so Sidewalk Bistro serves them all day, in addition to a massive menu of lunch and dinner options made from scratch. Half-pound burgers and Southern-fried catfish vie for attention with breakfast tacos and grits—all of which threaten to completely eliminate appetites before slices of French silk pie arrive.
Crickle's and Co. treats visitors to breakfasts and brunches defined by a farm-to-table ethic. Every bite of an egg-and-applewood smoked bacon taco or blueberry muffin is a testament to simpler times—times when people knew exactly where their food came from, meals were family gatherings, and parents had to ask kids to be excused from the table. Local, preservative-free cream, eggs, and butter find their way into menu items such as egg sandwiches, bacon-stuffed tortillas, and fluffy, fresh-baked muffins. Texas pecans put the crunch in banana-nut bread, and locally roasted coffee and organic tea from Austin pair perfectly with homemade pastries. Outside Crickle's walls, its catered meals grace corporate events, baby showers, and birthday parties with feasts of Texas-style barbecue, 15-layer lasagna, and bite-size brownies and cheesecakes.