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Yogurt Zone is one of the few places where dessert has a wealth of health benefits. Frozen yogurt—which comes in flavors such as pineapple tart, cookies and cream, strawberry, california tart, and watermelon sorbet—is high in calcium and protein, can lower cholesterol, and has active cultures that facilitate the digestive process. After pumping any combination of these healthy swirls at Yogurt Zone, customers pile on toppings from a selection that includes granola bars, walnuts, yogurt-covered raisins, and brownie bites before a staffer weighs it to price it.

21025 US Highway 281 N
San Antonio,
TX
US

A menu stocked with savory gourmet burgers greets guests at Gourmet Burger Grill, whose palatable patties helped lasso My San Antonio's 2007 Reader’s Choice Award for Best New Restaurant. Appetize your stomach parts with a big serving of beer-battered onion rings ($5.59) in preparation for the main attraction—fire-grilled half-pound burgers served on artisan rolls and topped with tomato, red onion, pickle, and the manly satisfaction that comes from consuming a slab of meat or out-drinking Ernest Hemingway. Go for the classic hamburger model ($6.99) or a cheeseburger with monterey jack ($7.99), or opt for one of the specialty items, such as the crab-cake burger, a pan-seared crab patty styled with lemon remoulade ($10.59). Burger barons can always construct their own lavish villas of beef from 12 cheeses, including goat cheese and smoked gouda ($1 each), 26 toppings, and freshly prepared sauces, such as basil-pesto aioli ($0.50) and turkey chili ($1.50). Guests can imbibe fresh iced tea (sweetened or unsweetened), IBC root beer, and fountain drinks (all $1.99) while snacking on cheesecake ($5.99) or the bittersweet memory of teenage love for dessert.

18414 US Highway 281 N
San Antonio,
TX
US