Whether stuffed with bananas and nutella or chicken and feta, the crepes at Sonny's Music Caf? and Creperie are built to sate appetites of any size. If crepes aren't your style, that's okay, too, because the caf?'s array of hearty sandwiches and salads include cuts of juicy roast beef on marbled rye or mounds of berries on top of leafy greens. Visitors can also check the schedule to see upcoming live musical performances.
Symmetry is a one-stop shop for all things healthy living. Here, the staff treats physical ailments and dietary deficiencies with massage, chiropractic services, colonics, and nutrient-rich foods. They stock their shelves with bulk herbs, supplements, massage tools, and their own brand of essential oils and perfumes, which can help you feel more relaxed than a sloth in a bubble bath. They also cultivate several garden towers and a 3-acre plot of land dedicated to growing fresh produce, located just 2 miles from the store.
Recently, they expanded their array of services with the Organic Juice & Smoothie Bar, where staffers churn organic, local fruits and veggies into juice and smoothies. In addition to selling their concoctions individually, they also develop menus for juice cleanses. They've received much positive feedback on the new beverage bar and have had clients integrate their creations into doctor-prescribed treatment plans for diseases such as cancer.
A sandwich board etched with colorful chalk sits outside Sky Blue Cafe, beckoning patrons into the historic brick building with handwritten descriptions of blue cheese stuffed burgers and homemade peach cobbler. Patrons drawn in by the daily homemade specials are soon greeted by friendly baristas with steaming cups of Drew’s Brews coffee and fresh-baked bagels from Bagel Face Bakery, located just down the street. The staff encourages patrons to relax for a while inside the cafe’s sunny yellow walls or outside on the patio with a plateful of stuffed french toast or sandwiches. Breakfast and lunch don’t end until 5 p.m., when the kitchen starts crafting dinner fare, such as roasted chicken, fish 'n' grits, or boiled chef’s hats.
Head chef and owner Arnold Myint applies his culinary aptitude at Suzy Wong's House of Yum by crafting flavorful Asian appetizers and bowls designed for sharing. As groups swap bites of pineapple red curry shrimp or wonton nachos in a 1,100-square-foot dining room, a stretched canvas emblazoned with a colorful dragon hovers overhead, much like a knight-in-training's to-slay list. Exposed brick walls provide a backdrop for plush candlelit benches and tables, which can be crowded with wine, sake, and specialty cocktails as diners participate in weekly karaoke nights. Two patios provide even more space for cavorting, the lower tier stretches across 300 square feet, and the upper level commands 840 square feet of floor space.
Savannah Tea Company makes its dainty quiches, pastries, salads, and other menu items from scratch in its cozy brewing bungalow. At lunchtime, savor the sweet and salty symphony of a ham and apricot panini on rosemary bread ($8.95), or nosh on a strawberry and spinach salad peppered with blue cheese and walnuts ($7.95). All lunch entrees are served with fresh fruit, frozen cranberry salad, and muffins. Choose from more than 100 varieties of tea, ranging from lavender and Earl Grey to caramel cherry cheesecake and bohemian raspberry rooibos ($3.25 each). Light afternoon tea includes scones, muffins, clotted cream and jam (by request), desserts and pastries, finger sandwiches, fresh fruit, and sorbet ($18.95). Full afternoon tea is fancifully fortified by quiche and a cup of soup ($21.95).
Seattle's Best Coffee roasts the finest arabica beans to brandish an array of smooth, rich-blended, single-origin, organic, and flavored coffees. With more than 10 whole-bean and ground coffees, all beverages are crafted with natural premium syrups and sauces. Sip on one of a potpourri of signature espressos, such as the aromatic vanilla latte ($3.20–$4.05) and the fragrant Raspberry Mocha Kiss ($3.60–$4.45). Cold-brewed originals are hand-shaken and include such chilled favorites as the marble mocha ($3.60) and the iced coffee ($1.65–$1.95), each as refreshing as running through a sprinkler on a hot day or sticking a sprinkler down your pants on any kind of day. Throw back a handmade RedCane Kola, capped with a velvety layer of Kola Cream ($2.75–$3.25), or stop in early to savor a tummy-mollifying breakfast with a sandwich, such as the sausage & cheese omelet sandwich ($3.25). Newly caffeinated customers can finish off with one of the café's toothsome cookies, including the triple chocolate chunk or the oatmeal cranberry raisin ($1.75 each).