Origami Food replenishes pantries with fresh groceries, produce, and organic specialty items. Customers can raid the shelves for wholesome oils and seeds, or stock up on spices, herbs, and dressings to add flavor to everyday foods or an astronaut friend’s idea of dinner. Customers can also browse a selection of potables, from organic green teas and coffees to fruity drinks.
iConnect Cafe's goal is a lofty one: to help revitalize the spiritual and cultural offerings and lifestyles in south Florida. A goal this ambitious calls for services that rise to the challenge, and so iConnect's founders do more than just provide organic tea, coffee, and café food. They also offer yoga classes that can help clients work up an appetite for their vegan bean burgers and kale salads, and lead healing reiki sessions that can be followed with a cup of organic joe. Body wraps wrap the body, promoting exfoliation and moisturizing with cucumbers, aloe, honey, or seaweed, and the five-point star treatment targets the scalp, hands, and feet with herbal salts, organic paparazzi, and medicated oils.
Cafe Bambini combines stimulating play centers for children with a relaxing café for caretakers. Children frolic with no time limit in any of five areas designed to foster group play and creativity. Centers devoted to science and discovery, dramatic play, and areas with building materials and blocks all invite children to explore the backcountry of their imaginations. The Active Corner inspires climbing and extreme high-fiving, and the Dress Up & Princess Corner encourages make-believe with a variety of costumes.
Froots offers a healthy alternative to most fast food chains, forgoing greasy burgers in favor of fresh smoothies, wraps, paninis, salads, and soups. Their menu places a premium on natural ingredients and fresh food that is made-to-order, with options for every meal of the day. This culinary commitment to fresh, natural food comes from a belief that if you have your healthy you have everything—which probably includes a really cool tree fort.
The rhythmic whirring of fruit-annihilating blades, punctuated by the crunching of ice and glugging of poured juices, courses through Smoothie King’s health emporium. Guests select from a bountiful selection of made-to-order beverages in seven categories—including Stay Healthy, Trim Down, and Get Energy—each formulated with specific fruit combos to help bulk up muscle or trim down waistlines. The Raspberry Sunrise balances out its tartness with honey, while the exotic Mangosteen Madness showcases the Southeast Asian fruit along with strawberries and papaya. Guests can augment their fruit flavors with one of 11 enhancers, such as a vitamin and calcium blend to strengthen joints, or a 125 mg Caffeine Charge enhancer to temporarily make mowing the lawn less sleep-inducing.
Churromania makes a single treat countless ways. The Venezuelan snack shop, a creation of Ariel Acosta-Rubio, Maria Alejandra Bravo, and Miguel Bravo, might dust its crispy churros with sugar, drizzle them with chocolate, or fill them with cream cheese. Orders of Crispy Mania blend sugar and cinnamon, and each Big Mania comes to tables filled with one of eight toppings, including guava and Nutella. Instead of sucking humidity out of the air with a big straw, visitors can stay hydrated with more than a dozen hot and cold beverages.