Cupcakes Nouveau brings gourmet quality and chic style to a little cup of indulgence.
We cater to any occasion including weddings, bridal and baby showers, birthdays, corporate events, and well… just because.
We pride ourselves in custom designing your cupcakes to capture the theme and décor of your event.
University Chicken Grill's diverse staff—including a Nicaraguan cook, a Haitian grill-master, and Cuban-American owners—combines its culinary cunning to make a menu of fast food that doesn't skimp on quality. Chicken chops include the Hurricane Chop ($8.99 for full size), a marinated chicken breast topped with lettuce and tomatoes and served on a bed of yellow rice, and the Fricassee Chop ($7.99 for full size), which fricassees chicken in tomatoes and herbs, and serves it atop white rice. Diners preferring to leave their chops in the Dojo District can opt for several grilled-chicken plates, including a quarter dark-meat chicken breast ($6.69 with two sides) or a half white-meat chicken ($10.69 with two sides). University Chicken Grill also offers its marinated meats in wrap form ($8.49+ with two sides), with a savory slate of sides ($2.29 for small size) available for support, including sweet plantains and sautéed mushrooms.
Indecision is a virtue at CG Burgers. It gives diners more time to peruse the menu of build-your-own burgers and design a mental blueprint of the perfect meal. The patties of certified Angus beef, all-natural turkey, or bison begin as blank canvases before diners adorn them with as many as 17 complimentary toppings and condiments. The cooks can also load down burgers with 15 premium fixings, such as avocado or a tiny gold crown. Made using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, the menu of all-American classics also distinguishes itself by including a vegetarian burger patty, zucchini fries, and silken gelato milk shakes. Even the fire-roasted wings present a bit of a spin on the original: they may arrive in a traditional buffalo sauce or glazed with a mixture of olive oil, garlic, herbs, and crushed red peppers.
Sawa's chefs creatively cook up the distinctly different cuisines of Japan and the Mediterranean, fusing the flavors into a menu of tapas, soups, sushi, and kebabs. Prevent an unnecessary belly vacancy and entertain taste buds with small plates of tempura vegetables with honey-yuzu sauce ($6.75) or pan-fried frog legs in roasted garlic aioli ($9.75). More than 20 sushi options, such as the Black and White roll of cream cheese, caviar, sesame seeds, scallions, and lobster ($12), keep company with six grilled kebabs, including the filet-mignon kebab ($18). A wide selection of beers, sakes, cocktails, and wines patiently wait to compliment mains—such as the pan-seared chilean sea bass ($25) and grilled lamb rack in a jalapeño mint-demi reduction ($24)—on their impeccable taste and ability to sit completely still.
In the kitchen of Bella Cuba Restaurant, flames slowly sauté and season traditional Cuban dishes. Chefs season root vegetables with mojo—a sauce made from hot olive oil, lemon juice, raw onions, garlic, and cumin—before sautéing accompanying meats in citrus marinades. The smells of the sizzling pork steaks, meat pies, and yellow tail snapper sizzling in a coconut sauce infuse the whole restaurant with the smells of Cuba, helped along by the smoke of handcrafted cigars plucked from the dining room’s humidor. After a dessert of super-moist tres leches cake, guests can sip on Cuba libres and classic Cuban mojitos that, much like a splash in a neighbor’s bird bath, give relief on a balmy day.