Each day, the chefs at Pepperoni's Pizza's eight locations crush premium tomatoes into sauces, roll out homemade dough, then cover the freshly baked pies with natural mozzarella. Diners can build their own creations from more than 30 toppings, including bacon bits and pineapples, or opt for more than 10 specialty pizzas such as the New Yorker, smothered with heaping amounts of sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. Their menu also sates hearty appetites with more than 20 oven-baked subs, as well as local favorites such as calzones and smokey BBQ Buffalo wings.
Culled from natural ingredients, Berripop's nonfat frozen yogurt is whipped fresh daily and infused with vibrant flavors. Sate chromatic cravings with Berripop's rainbow of taste-hues, such as luscious chocolate, refreshing mango, piquant green apple, and delectably indecisive raspberry-pomegranate. With a twist of the faucet, yogurus whirl out a medium-sized mound ($4.50) to be adorned with edible textures from a topping bar rife with fresh kiwi, raspberries, almonds, Cap'n Crunch, Reese's peanut-butter cups, and more ($1 for unlimited toppings). Alternatively, guests can enjoy smoothies, parfaits, or shaved ice to make tongues feel as cool as Fonzie sledding the Alps on a gold record. Each location of the Texas-born dairy dispensary beams with a bright modern interior, free WIFI, and flat-screen TVs to entertain eyes as they fill bellies. Groupon buyers who return again within one month of their first purchase will receive 50% off their next set of treats.
Maiberry's inventive menu of craving-mollifying treats features greek-style frozen yogurt, fresh juices, and more. The eatery's nonfat, rBST-free frozen yogurt, available in pomegranate, mango, açaí-blueberry, and many other mouth-tickling flavors, is a chilly nosh that’s as smooth as a sweet-talking seal ($2.95-$4.95). Opt for lemonade ($4.45) or all-natural fruit smoothies available in a slew of blended flavors to pamper tongues with a delightfully sacchariferous snack ($4.75 for a medium). Açaí bowls rich in antioxidants and proteins, as well as juices concocted from fresh produce, serve as potent pick-me-ups, unlike strongmen wearing rubber gloves covered in grape jelly.
Pizza emerges from La Magia Cafe & Pizza’s stone oven with its crust crispy and its cheese topping turned a nice, golden brown. Since 1980, the kitchen has crafted a menu of Italian cuisine, including pasta dishes and veal-centric entrees, such as veal saltimbocca doused in a marsala cream sauce. Diners perch at dark-wood tables flanked by coral-colored walls, which on one side have faux windows painted on them overlooking a rolling countryside and the terra-cotta roofs of stucco homes. On the other wall are images of famous Italian landmarks such as the Colosseum in Rome, the Venetian canals, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, made famous the day Leonardo da Vinci spray painted “Leo Was Here” on it.
Nikoz Fusion Grill's cooks fill their kitchen with aromas from sizzling mediterranean kabobs, Indian spices from the baking samosas, and the subtle peanut scent from the drizzle of sauce over the asian salads. Blending flavors and dishes from the Mediterranean, Greece, and Asia, the chefs craft savory gyro sandwiches alongside beef short ribs with special spices and fresh hummus. In addition to dine-in meals, they also fill trays with fusion cuisine for catered events such as birthday parties, retirement lunches, and retiring from the birthday-party circuit.