At Doc Green's Salads and Grill, many salads are named after doctors: the Dr. Greek has crisp romaine and zesty feta, and the Dr. Detroit has baby spinach and bleu cheese dressing, for example. It exemplifies how they aim to unite good health with good tastes. You don't have to put all your faith in the doctors, either—feel free to construct your own salad with any conglomeration of vegetables and toppings, including candied walnuts, portobello mushrooms, greens, and poached salmon. It doesn't stop with salad, either—they also serve freshly carved turkey, barbecue chicken, soups, and savory steaks.
Casa Mia serves up a dinner menu that features 15 tapas options as well as other Latin specialties. Share small plates, such as Colombian chorizo sausage served with a diving pool of creamy salsa rosada ($6). Sauteed mushrooms and onions sneak into melted monterey-jack cheese in Casa Mia's mushroom cheese dip, waiting anxiously for slices of dunking bread to find them ($5). Less traditional options include the Latin sushi roll, which stuffs chicken ($7) or fish ($8) inside sweet plantains covered in avocado sauce. Those opposed to culinary communes can sample a Latin-inspired entree of their very own, such as the hot-pressed Cuban sandwich stacked with ham, swiss cheese, avocado, sauces, and your choice of veggies ($7), chicken ($8), pork ($9), or steak ($10). A selection of sharable desserts offers sweet-seeking tongues a dynamic finale, including churros in a chocolate dipping sauce ($5) and spanish flan glazed with caramel ($5). Check out Casa Mia’s brunch and lunch menus for earlier dining options.
Cuisine Type: Gluten free, vegan friendly, Island Fusion
Most popular offering: Heaven's Famous Lamb Burger
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only
Alcohol: Full bar
Number of Tables: 25–50
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Ask for the Chef's Special
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We assure the quality of everything we serve. We pick up fresh, organic produce from right next door; grind all our own meat from happy cows; source our chicken from local farms such as Prestige farms; bake our own breads and desserts; and craft our signature sauces and dressings in house.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
When you visit A Little Bit of Heaven, it's like you're on vacation.
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Chef Tiffany Gray food network star brings her experience from attending culinary school at The Art Institute of Atlanta to A Little Bit of Heaven. This restaurant is a product of her passion and provides a unique oasis for everyone to enjoy. Chef Gray’s farm to table fine dining experience in a casual atmosphere makes dining at A Little Bit of Heaven a must. Along with her talent and focus on food and wellness, she provides Alkaline water to all guests from the in house Kangen machine.
Rising Roll dishes out tasty lunch fare, earning recognition as a best buy from Zagat. Sink your teeth into paninis, melts, and gourmet wraps. The Mad Italian layers salami, pepperoni, ham, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and Italian dressing on a toothsome boule, croissant, or wrap with a side of red-skin-potato salad, pasta salad, or coleslaw. Vegetarians will delight at the pesto portabella, a combination of marinated grilled portabella, crumbled goat cheese, roasted red peppers, and pesto. A selection of salads, such as the Maui (crisp romaine, grilled chicken breast, crumbled blue cheese, mandarin oranges, and chopped pecans), provides carb-free eats for diners restricted by diets and devout bowling leagues.
From their list of 300 vodkas, which hail from regions as varied as France, Vietnam, and Armenia, the bartenders at Czar Ice Bar can assemble 330,791,175 custom flights. But they don't just serve vodka straight—they also infuse it with seasonal flavors such as spicy pepper or lemon thyme or embed chilled shots of it inside ice blocks for geologists of the future to discover. Libations stay equally cool on Czar's 27-foot-long ice bar top, a frosty surface that glows among crystal chandeliers and towering display cases containing the bar's many glistening bottles.
Though European flavors dominate the drink menu, Czar's kitchen takes its culinary cues from Japan. Along with traditional sushi and sashimi, the menu is filled with meticulously assembled specialties by acclaimed sushi chef Saito Saito. The Super Crunch maki balances tempura, smoked salmon, and sesame-garlic sauce, and the Four Seasons combines a mix of fish with jalapeño, onion, and four caviars to match its four house sauces. The mango roll, which combines shrimp tempura, mango, and a sweet and sour sauce, was recently named a "must-try taste" by Jezebel magazine.