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The owners of Café 33 get their inspiration as well as many of their recipes from their mother, and chose to name they restaurant after the year she was born. For breakfast, guests can dig into biscuits and country gravy or homemade doughnuts, or just build their own omelets from a spread of fixings such as grilled chicken, mushrooms, and goat cheese. At lunch, chefs create homemade hummus and assemble signature paninis with smoked turkey and pepper-jack cheese. Orange or apple juice is available to cleanse palates, and frothy lattes and cappuccinos give diners the energy they need to spend another day repainting their collection of classic pogs.
Petite My Sweets specializes in bite-size confections—such as cupcakes, cake pops, and chocolate-covered marshmallows—as well as highly customizable cakes. Using organic ingredients, Godiva chocolate, and fresh-squeezed limes, the bakers create 15 types of cake—such as german chocolate, coconut, red velvet, and carrot—available with choices from 14 fillings and 12 frostings. Catered kids' tea parties combine the signature sweets with tea and snackable sandwiches.
At Basil Wraps Mediterranean Cuisine, a handful of lettuce, a helping of chicken, and a generous drizzle of caesar dressing can turn a simple pita into a filling, wholesome meal. Guests watch as a staffer crafts their meal to order, making a meaty or vegetarian-friendly menu item that's a much quicker lunch or dinnertime option than assembling a 1,000-piece Lego hamburger. Alongside their namesake wraps, the eatery's chefs also churn out Mediterranean favorites such as falafel, gyros, tabbouleh, shawarma, hummus, and sweet, flaky slices of baklava.
Grills and stockpots sizzle as Carniceria El Tio #2's chefs imbue seven types of meat—ranging from familiar grilled chicken to exotic beef tongue—with zesty Mexican spices. Each morsel barely gets a chance to discuss grill politics with its meaty brethren before it slides into a soft corn taco, a hefty burrito, or a towering torta sandwich crowned with cilantro, cheese, and avocado. On weekends, the kitchen begets an array of hard-to-find Mexican specialties, such as pozole brimming with pork and hominy or menudo, a savory tripe soup.
Chewier than baseball bats, the cookie is a perfect dessert food. Share the gift of edible holiday heroes with cookie baskets featuring Santa and spouse or Hanukkah-themed edibles. Cookies are a great way to send a message for any occasion, be it a birthday, a time to give thanks, or a Tuesday. Individual decorated cookies begin at $7.25 each, and baskets start at $19.99. Cookies by Design’s lovely and lustful arrangements fulfill all the potential a cookie has from the day it’s planted in the ground as a seed to the day it’s shucked from its stalk.