There are no flavor combinations that are off limits at Chill Yogurt Cafe, which fosters flavor experimentation with more than 20 varieties of frozen yogurt. Customers can also innovate by choosing a subset of more than 80 toppings. One might start by selecting swirls of Florida orange sorbet, Italian espresso, and cupcake batter. Each flavor contains only 20–35 calories per ounce, with most options containing no fat or added sugar. At the toppings bar, visitors customize each creation with pieces of fresh fruit, flakes of cereal, bits of candy, and drizzlings of sauce.
Inside Roberto's Italian Pizzeria, 14 flat-screen TVs surround the dining room, so guests are never in danger of missing a play as they dig into pizzas fresh from the oven or pastas recently unearthed at a nearby ravioli mine. In addition to serving up crowd favorites, the kitchen crew fires up Italian specialties such as stromboli, caprese salad, and classic minestrone soup.
San Gelato Café creates Italian confections the proper way, using ingredients and equipment imported from Italy. The shop offers more than 20 of flavors of gelato—including coconut, apple pie, and tiramisu—as well as more than a dozen types of sorbet, in fruit flavors such as banana, pineapple, and papaya. Additionally, the flavor selection always includes gluten-free and dairy-free options. These sweets can be paired with Italian coffee or fresh paninis, wraps, and pizzas.
Core Nutrition designs personalized wellness programs that can help customers reach their fitness goals, whether they’re looking to lose weight, build and tone muscle, or simply sleep better at night. Customers can take advantage of free fit camps, wellness coaching, weight-loss challenges, and high-octane smoothies packed with proteins and vitamins.
Tionna Bishop met her first coffee roaster in Sausalito at the age of 13, and a passion was born. From there, she began a tour of coffee houses around the Bay Area with her father and grandfather with a dream of someday owning her own coffee shop slowly brewing inside her. Today, she’s living out that dream at Bishops Coffee and Tea, where she roasts small batches of beans every week to sell in bulk or transform into steamy lattes and frothy cappuccinos. Just beside the register, buttery croissants and muffins made in-house from scratch beckon from beneath a glass case, begging to be paired with a cup of the coffee of the day. The café’s atmosphere is just as welcoming as its comforting eats, with cozy chalkboard menus, outdoor benches, and weekend performances by a piano player well-versed in the best coffee-related showtunes.
Higher Ground Coffee & Tea Co. presents a bevy of sandwiches, breakfast specialties, and coffee-and-tea-based beverages. Locally inspired eats include the Hot Brown sandwich, which the staff constructs by layering an open-faced sandwich spread with chicken, cheese sauce, bacon, and a fresh tomato on top to throw off the food pyramid's watchful eye. By preparing vegetarian options, the eatery accommodates the culinary predilections of different diners amid the interplay of yellow, red, and turquoise colors. Behind the counter, a polished brass steamer churns out tall cups of coffee served chilled or hot, and between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m., staffers man skillets to sizzle eggs, bacon, sausage, and evidence.