When Carrot Express first started, it was at a local car wash, pairing vehicular cleansing with digestive cleansing and making it easy for customers who spilled their lunches in their cars to clean up quickly. Since then, Carrot Express's food has come to speak for itself and its moved to a less sudsy location. Here, customers can get everything from freshly squeezed kale juice to chicken-salad teeka salad with avocado, alfalfa, and cucumber. Pitas and wraps come in a variety of vegetarian and meat combinations, including turkey breast, organic tofu, and eggplant. Diners can also pair their savory treats with a sweet smoothie, such as the A?ai Dream that also contains blueberries, strawberries, banana, and OJ, or a power shot of wheatgrass that's good for humans or ailing potted plants.
The grills never shut off at Gusto Express. Open 24 hours a day, chefs serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, for patrons anytime they want it. The menu is centered around classic Mediterranean eats such as gyros and shawarma, but the team is equally adept at slinging out American classics ranging from crepes to bagels topped with salmon and capers, to black angus burgers and fries. And, the restaurant also serves a full drink menu ranging from domestic beers to full bottles of champagne for those looking for a quick nightcap or a place to grab a bite and christen a boat at the same time.
When Forever Yogurt claims that it has “literally trillions of possibilities” for combining frozen-yogurt flavors and toppings, it is literally not kidding. At each location, some 16 flavors and 40 toppings challenge self-serve artists to twirl, sprinkle, and festoon cups of fro-yo to their own taste buds' content. Frozen masterpieces can accommodate preferences for low-fat, nonfat, nondairy, and no-sugar-added diets, as well as daily food-pyramid requirements for fresh blueberries, kiwi, and caramel-turtle cups.
CitySightSeeing Miami encourages tourists not just to see the sights around them, but also to explore them. Professional multilingual guides educate tourists on historical facts and fun city locations, leaving visitors with a deeper knowledge about Miami. When the urge strikes to linger at a tour stop, guests can hop off their double-decker buses and roam alone. Throughout the day, more buses arrive at each stop in intervals to pick up wandering customers and continue their tours while pairing them once again with the bus’s free WiFi and interior AC.
Cast ashore in Miami Beach Arena, Watersports Paradise occupies the tides with various water-devoted services. The company's environmentally friendly, 100-percent electric boats cruise groups of up to 10 across waves, including during tours helmed by an optional captain. For all things wake-related, such as boarding, surfing, skating, and skiing, certified instructors sharpen skills with lesson packages and clinics. Watersports Paradise can also pull out its map and help plan customized trips, from weekend vacations to corporate events.
Cuisine Type: European-style
Reservations: Not offered
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
With more than 1,000 different types of cheese made within its borders, France is known as the cheese capital of the world. So naturally, it's the country from which The Cheese Course imports most of its inventory?75 types to be exact. These include brie de meaux, fromager d'affinois truffles, and roquefort, one of France's oldest cheeses and one that is still ripened in the same cool, damp caves of Combalou.
Of course, France isn't the only region represented at The Cheese Course. The European-style cheese shop introduces patrons to more than 150 artisanal cheeses imported from dairy farms all over the world. Most of the cheese makers use the same cheese-making methods that have been passed down through their families for generations via email. The house cheesemonger guides patrons through the cheese-selection process and teaches them how best to serve each one.
The shop also shows off its wares in various bistro sandwiches, including gourmet grilled cheese and the popular prosciutto di parma. This 14-month-aged, imported Italian meat gets its nutty flavor from the parmigiano-reggiano whey in the pig's diet.