Papa John's has carefully crafted a menu of specialty pizzas to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Order a Hawaiian BBQ Chicken, or go all-out and get The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy Italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portabella mushrooms, and ripe black olives. Satisfy herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a Tuscan Six-Cheese or Garden Fresh pie. The full list of specialty pizzas includes several more; take the hassle out of haggling over individual ingredients and boldly cast your straight-ticket ballot for the pizza party that your conscious dictates.
A careful combination of spices serve as the foundation of every dish at Cilantro Indian Cuisine. Each dish starts off with a base layer of coconut or lemon rice or a choice of Indian flatbreads. They then begin stewing, grilling, and simmering meat or veggie options in flavorful sauces that employ their signature spice blends. These include the vegetarian aloo gobhi masala?potatoes and cauliflower cooked with tomatoes, peppers, and fresh herbs?as well as the saffron-seasoned goat biryani and the spicy chicken vindaloo. Like the best Shakespeare plays, some dishes pair together meat and veggies in a starring role; try varieties such as the lamb and spinach in a creamy sauce.
Now under new ownership and management, Cilantro Indian Cuisine's cooks have honed their craft of preparing time-tested Indian favorites, including butter chicken, lamb vindaloo, tandoori seafood mixed grill, and naan. That doesn't mean, however, they're adverse to delving into more complex flavors?for instance, paneel shashlick, herb-rubbed lamb, and veg 65. Diners can compliment dishes such as these with made-from-scratch sweet dishes such as milk pedha and gulab jamun with ice cream, as well as with one of the internationally inspired drinks mixed to perfection at the bar. Groups and large parties can gather in one of Cilantro Indian Cuisine's event rooms, which hold up to 220 guests.
The chefs at Tazza Cafe build the recipes on their monthly rotating menu with seasonal, wild, and locally acquired ingredients. They prepare these dishes with an international flair, and, significantly, strive to use each ingredient at the apex of its flavor content. The team makes falafel and schawarma sandwiches as well as Italian entrees such as pastas, Latin American quesadillas and jalapeño burgers, and Asian-inspired dishes such as teriyaki chicken sandwiches. They so effectively make use of far-away culinary methods that they even make a dessert called the Milky Way Mousse Cake, which contains lots of rich flavor and one microscopic solar system—thought Pluto is still smaller than it.
Founded by experienced nutritional counselor Chuck Homuth, Chuck's Natural Food Marketplace steers health-conscious shoppers toward 100% certified organic produce, packaged foods, and vitamin supplements. Showcase ventriloquism skills by gargling a glass of Tree of Life almond milk ($1.99/32 oz.) or Sunshine Acres' organic unfiltered apple juice ($8.29/gallon) or slake mature thirsts with organic and sulfite-free wines and beers. In addition to stocking raw-food products and organic pet food, Chuck's caters to gluten-free diets with snacks such as almond-packed Nut Thins ($2.39). A Natural Factors coenzyme Q10 supplement ($16.95) provides more all-natural energy than a portable potato battery, and an in-store café and juice bar refuel customers with freshly made organic goodies.