Legendary local gastronomes Guy Leroy and Pom Souvannasoth joined forces to open The Brasserie, whipping up a menu of fine bistro fare with natural, organic, and local ingredients. Starters invite diners to mine jewels of roasted beets from a forest of fresh lettuce and crumbled goat cheese ($8) or rescue a gruyere crouton from drowning in a savory french-onion sea ($6). Signature entrees, such as a grilled salmon fillet in chardonnay cream ($21), a harissa-garnished moroccan lamb stew ($18), or a refined coq au vin, a red-wine-roasted chicken with fingerling potatoes ($16), stuff empty stomach spaces. An expert waitstaff well-versed in the art of pairings tends to tables, helping them sift through the international wine list.
Taste! at 645 Atlantic's confectionary crafters whip up a sweet cornucopia of distinctive cupcakes in an array of gourmet flavors. Bipartisan sweet and savory enthusiasts can delight in the established and widely accepted union of the Chocolate Bacon Kupcake ($1.95), great for early desserts or late breakfasts. Shoo away summer heat with the tongue-cooling delight of the Strawberry Lemonade Kupcake ($1.95), or complete any meal with the Carrot Kupcake ($1.95), which endorses its eponymous veggie with a stylish wrapper and a frosting homage. Taste! at 645 Atlantic's enthusiastic bakers also welcome special orders, including gluten-free, sugar-free, or mummy-curse-free requests.
Clara learned early on that consistency and fresh ingredients were important to the tastiness of a sandwich, but a friendly face and convenience were vital to the success of a business. Starting in 1985, Clara began making sandwiches, pita specials, and homemade chicken and tuna salad. She partnered up with Greg shortly after and together they powered the success of Clara?s Tidbits. Today it serves sandwiches and salads from it's two locations in San Marco and Baymeadows in addition to delivering lunch, which has the effect of giving the restaurant infinite locations?just like time, space, and Frank Lloyd Wright houses.
Sticky Fingers Steakhouse was born in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina back in 1992. The story starts with three partners who only knew one thing: that they would treat customers the way they themselves wanted to be treated. Oh, they knew a thing or two about making amazing barbeque too. Now Sticky Fingers has more than a few locations and the three guys that started it know a few more things about running a business. They know mostly about keeping happy patrons though! With selections like salads, wings, ribs and rib-eye steaks on their dine-in menu, adults with adult-size appetites will be able to find anything to eat! There’s a separate kids menu, a weekday lunch menu and for those that want to eat at home, there’s even a to-go menu that lets you take Sticky Fingers home and enjoy it at on a nice day outside or tucked away at the dinner table!
Sparkly gowns, glittering tiaras, and poofy tulle skirts fill the dreams of many little girls, so My Lil Party Princess arranges parties where those dreams can come to life. With event themes such as princesses, spa days, Barbie, or fairies, gaggles of girls get to play dress-up, enjoy a makeover, and transform into the princess/dolphin trainer they always wanted to be when they grew up. Vivacious party planners arrive at the host's house with all the necessary supplies, from costumes to glittery lip gloss to decorated tea tables. The energetic parties cater to every pink-loving girl's wishes with crafts, hairstyling, and photo shoots, and they aim to bolster self-esteem with healthy dashes of encouragement and confidence building.