At AeroJuice, staying healthy is the mission. This is evident from one look at the menu, which features fresh juices, smoothies, salads, sandwiches, and a cleanse program packed with wholesome ingredients and nutrients. But that doesn't mean AeroJuice sacrifices taste, either. Sliced chicken and turkey pair with mozzarella cheese and sliced banana in the carioca panini, and the buziana salad combines quinoa with ham, cheese, and greens. A?ai turns up in many of the eatery's dishes and drinks, which aim to detoxify the body and keep muscles from shriveling up into raisins.
Yogurt Ur Way's name might be a little misleading. Sure, you can customize your own frozen yogurt treat, choosing from a rotating variety of frozen yogurts, and picking and choosing toppings such as fresh fruit, candy sprinkles, and waffle cone pieces. But yogurt is just the beginning?you can also opt for ice cream, custard, and sorbet as the base for your personal frozen masterpiece. And, for those craving non-frozen treats or snacks that are easier to juggle, the Hollywood location also sells cupcakes and muffins in a variety of flavors.
Though Cake And The City founder Sol never got the Easy-Bake Oven of her dreams as a child, she did get the adult version: her very own bakery. At Cake And The City, Sol whips up cakes in a wealth of mouth-watering flavors including vanilla rum, mango and white chocolate, chocolate peanut butter, and lemon coconut. She then tops them with decadent icings such as hazelnut, dulce de leche, and margarita before sending them off to baby showers, weddings, and birthday parties.
Passion for Pastry's executive chef, Alethea Hickman, forayed into the world of baked sweets at the tender age of 6 and went on to create the world's largest cupcake according to the Guinness Book of World Records. She now channels those decades of experience into bakery shelves lined with a variety of desserts, decadent cakes, and 48 flavors of frosting-bedecked cupcakes. Alethea molds tiered confections for special occasions or designer cupcakes that combine fondant and frosting to emulate a variety of objects including animals or logos. Dessert displays rotate daily, parading confections crowned in toasted marshmallows, Fruit Loops, and chocolate-covered strawberries.
With red-checkered curtains, wood-paneled walls, and electric lanterns over the tables, Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop evokes the feel of a homey general store. To accompany the frontier-like ambiance, the cooks spend their mornings whisking together hearty breakfasts of scrambled eggs and buttermilk pancakes with enough syrup to float a log cabin. Although the restaurant's lunch specials rotate daily, certain homestyle favorites—including orders of fried chicken and open-faced turkey sandwiches—regularly fly out to tables until 2 p.m. when the kitchen closes.
When owner Avi Sekerel envisioned Prosecco Cafe, its aesthetic evoked an Old World bistro as its menu reflected a progressive commitment to healthy, unprocessed foods. With granite-topped tables, leather chairs, and vibrant artwork, the café achieves its aesthetic aim and, thanks to a menu of healthy café salads and sandwiches, its desire for whole, wholesome food. Patrons enjoy entrees that have never been processed or fried, such as pistachio-crusted grouper embellished with mango salsa, tuscan omelets topped with pesto and brie, and bruschetta sandwiches on toasted garlic bread with Angus sirloin beef roasted in-house. Diners can take their meals at sleek indoor tables or sit outside on a sunny day to enjoy a crisp salad or toasted panini. A pastry chef constructs sweet endings to meals or food fights each day, such as red-velvet cake and summer fruit tarts.