Smoothie King blends fresh frozen drinks, offering patrons a healthy alternative to other types of on-the-go snacks. Smoothie masters begin with fruit-filled base concoctions and customize each one by adding and subtracting items according to customers' preferences. The staff can also add enhancers that jam-pack beverages with probiotics, antioxidants, or protein. Smoothie King's drinks are healthier than other types of frozen treats, including ice cream, cakes, and chocolate-covered snow globes.
One of the original pioneers of the yogurt industry, Golden Spoon has been whirling yogurt since the early 1980s. With six small servings of frozen yogurt to redeem, sweet-teethed customers can enjoy a several of the rotating flavors, including tastes such as just chocolate, peanut butter, café latte, butterscotch, and boysenberry. At 25–29 calories an ounce, health-conscious consumers can enjoy licks without translating each tongueful into the number of jumping jacks or flying-starfish impersonations needed to offset it.
Voted the Best Greek restaurant for the last 6 years by the Las Vegas Review Journal, Market Grille Cafe is more than just an award-winning restaurant, it's a family affair. Owners Joe and Rhonda Pierro opened their first Market Grille Caf? in 2006. Family owned and operated, they specialize in healthy Greek, Italian, and Mediterranean food. After growing up in an Italian household, Joe brings his intrigue for cooking family recipes, while his wife, Rhonda, a 2nd generation Greek, brings the inspiration from her early days on the island of Ikaria. Joe and Rhonda have combined family recipes to deliver authentic and unique dishes. Their son, Joe Jr. continues to carry on the tradition of Market Grille Caf? while maintaining the freshness and quality of those early homemade dishes.
As Dion Katsoris learned how to craft gyros and souvlaki from his Grecian-born parents on the north side of Chicago, Michael Mortensen mastered Mamma Calasse’s homemade meatball on Taylor Street, the main drag of Little Italy in Bridgeport. Though the Chicago natives relocated to Las Vegas as strangers, they bonded faster than crayons left in the sun over a shared love of the Windy City, particularly its sports teams. The duo remains divided on which baseball team reigns supreme—the White Sox or the Cubs—but, to local eaters’ delight, they agree on treating Sin City to a menu of their childhood eats at Taste A Chi-Town Eatery. They pay homage to their Midwestern hometown with deep-dish pizzas and hearty Vienna beef hot dogs on pretzel buns; a page of pitas and souvlaki plates is dedicated solely to Dion’s Greek roots and the Mount Olympus officials that frequent the eatery for business lunches.