Tropical Smoothie Café whips up freshly blended fruit smoothies and wholesome café fare. Low-fat smoothies such as the Hawaiian Breeze transport landlocked taste buds to an exotic isle surrounded with a zesty blend of pineapple, orange, and nonfat yogurt. Supplement boosts populate supercharged smoothies such as the Lean Machine, which powers bodies with a mix of strawberries, banana, and weight-management and energizer supplements, plus three drams of raw horsepower.
With their brand of Cantonese and Hong Kong?style dishes, the chefs at Sai Wan Bistro aim to create a menu that folds into familiar expectations of Chinese food as it subtly surprises palates. Chopsticks plunge into plates of lo mein, black-pepper beef, or kung pao pork, or they explore specialty dishes, such as the orange gai ha?s blend of spicy orange sauce, shrimp, and chicken. Diners can chase pad thai with sake bombs or pair dishes with a glass of Argentinian malbec from the wine list.
When Angie's friends laid eyes on the extravagant themed cakes she made for her children's birthdays, they started asking her to whip up specialty creations for their own young ones. As Angie crafted more and more cakes, it became her passion and her solace. After seven years, she was finally able to quit her old job and start a Lil? Somethin? Sweet.
From its spot within the Superstition Springs Center?s food court, the bakery serves up muffins, cinnamon rolls, cake pops, and other treats to shoppers and emaciated mannequins. In addition to selling single-serving pick-me-ups, Angie sculpts 3-D and tier cakes for special occasions such as weddings, and continues to design the kids? themed cakes that first fueled her confectionary dreams. She also custom decorates cupcakes and cookie cakes that come with flavors and fillings such as peanut-butter cup and bavarian cream.