Although best known for their oversized, made-to-order sandwiches, Togo's daily menu showcases a smorgasbord of salads, soups, and wraps. Favorite Togo's go-tos include the chipotle-roast beef sandwich, with hot roast beef, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and barbecue chipotle mayo ($6.29), and the pastrami reuben, slices of hot pastrami buried under swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and thousand island ($5.79). Communal carnivores seek out Togo's catering menu to fuel baby showers, bat mitzvahs, or impromptu boxcar rallies with a variety of boxed lunches and customized sandwich trays. Choose from palate-pleasing platters such as a regular tray layered with 16 half subs ($45), a southwestern seven-layer dip ($40), or one 8-foot sandwich (priced to order) sized to feed a small party or one party-crashing grizzly bear.
With complex, all-natural flavors, Qdoba fuses traditional Mexican cuisine with inventive modern recipes in a speedy, conveniently delicious tortilla present. As with rainbows, nations, and Model T's, burritos contain a rag-tag team of savories that is more robust when combined, rather than apart. Qdoba embraces this savory wholesomeness with an all-you-can-choose buffet of fresh ingredients ready to be stuffed into tortillas and bowls through a superfast assembly line of professionals. Choose the protein packer of your choice from pulled pork, adobo-marinated steak or chicken, and shredded or ground beef, or opt out of the meats and head straight to the cumin-simmered black or pinto beans. Feel free to douse any creation with any of their five unique salsas and four original sauces, the signature queso sauce (a three-cheese blend with roasted poblanos, tomatoes, and jalapeños), or the smoky poblano pesto made with roasted peppers, cilantro, and nuts blended with creamy hand-smashed guacamole.
Extreme Pita's menu is populated with nutritional and nourishing palate-pleasers, all packing a punch of personalized perfection that won't promote paunches or potbellies. Each tasty creation is quickly prepared from fresh ingredients upon ordering. Fill up on a freestyle wrap such as the grilled chicken ($5.39 for 6-inch; $6.79 for 9-inch) or the philly cheesesteak ($5.49 for 6-inch; $6.89 for 9-inch), and top the wrap with any of the 21 dressings, including tzatziki, barbecue sauce, and honey mustard. Globally minded gastronomists can tongue-travel with international eats such as the Fiesta Mexicana ($5.49 for 6-inch; $6.99 for 9-inch) or the Thai beef ($5.49 for 6-inch, $6.99 for 9-inch).
The aroma of chicken cooking fills The Chicken Barn, where patrons can opt to have their poultry à la carte or generously surrounded by biscuits and sides such as corn or mashed potatoes. Chicken resurfaces throughout the menu fried or as friendly nuggets, and garden salads add gastronomic diversity. Diners can then tackle desserts such as cheesecake or brownies, which end meals more easily than writing out closing credits on napkins.
At Beirut Falafel Hut, seasoned meat spins on vertical rotisseries and fruity hookah smoke drifts through the air. For more than a decade, this unassuming eatery has specialized in churning out Middle Eastern and Lebanese dishes that are as simple as they are authentic. The no-frills menu features deep-fried falafel with sesame-seed sauce, spice-crusted lamb and beef kabobs, and chicken and cabbage dressed in garlic sauce.
As both a licensed esthetician and massage therapist, Sandra has relaxation in the bag. She customizes each European facial to one’s skin type, and erases signs of aging with microdermabrasion scrubs and chemical peels. To soothe muscles, Sandra performs long, fluid Swedish strokes or quickly loosens knots with expedited chair massages. Sandra also offers a variety of waxing services for clients, including Brazilian.