Specializing in good, simple comfort food, the folks at Jerry Bob's Family Restaurant offer breakfast all day and a host of lunch specials. Customize your omelet with pretty much any combination of meat, veggies, and sides you'd like. Or, go for a "square meal"—a big plate of ham, hash browns, toast, and square eggs. Afternoons, stop in for a chicken salad sandwich or one of Jerry Bob's specials, such as better-than-mom's meatloaf.
Matt’s Organics eliminates shopping-cart rage by delivering boxes of freshly harvested organic produce directly to customers' doors. Receive the $36 produce box of farmed bounty designed to fulfill nutrition needs for a single person, a small family, or a coterie of prairie dogs. The box bestows equal attention on fruits, vegetables, and salad fixings, giving each the deed to one-third of its square footage. Though undiscriminating grazers will relish the surprise of discovering previously unknown provisions, particular eaters can use the preference form to indicate five foods denied admission to the mouth and five foods on the preferred guest list.
Opened in 1985, Yokohama Asian Express offers a menu of Chinese, Japanese, and Asian cuisine. Made entirely without MSG, entrees include bowls that pair steamed white or brown rice with chicken, beef, pork, and vegetables, aided by sips of green tea. The restaurant also offers catering for large groups, with party platters or individual meals.
The cuisine at Sinbad’s centers around Lebanese influences, as well as staple Mediterranean ingredients such as healthy grains, vibrant vegetables, olive oil, and fresh meat. During lunch, diners can enjoy the outdoor patio’s open atmosphere by using it to start a bowling tournament with deep-fried balls of falafel. The selection of dinner entrees is diverse, ranging from grilled lamb shish kebabs, served with tahini and basmati rice, to veggie aarayes—a vegetarian pita pocket filled with tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, garlic, oregano. Friday evenings summon guests to the eatery with live music and belly dancing.
The Bowl Asian Kitchen treats visitors to a smorgasbord of colorful, savory rice bowls made with hand-trimmed meats, fresh veggies, and made-from-scratch sauces. To create a custom meal, diners pick a bed of brown or white steamed rice or stir-fried noodles, then pick and choose from a healthy roster of add-ons including cabbage, zucchini, and morsels of barbecue pork, curry chicken, and teriyaki beef. And because The Bowl strives to make it easy for customers to adhere to a healthy lifestyle, it makes the nutritional content of its dishes readily available on its website.
Landry's, Inc. operates more than 40 restaurant brands with only two main goals: good food and good memories. Thankfully, each of their venues has a signature element that's hard to forget, whether the Oceanaire's fresh seafood?flown in daily?or Rainforest Cafe's animatronic wildlife that's almost as realistic as the Amazon's wind-up monkeys. Steak and seafood spots feature prominently on the list of Landry's locations, including Morton's The Steakhouse, Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse, and McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks. But there are standouts in other genres, too, such as the Italian trattoria known as Grotto.