Lunch Specials for Tuesday, January 9, $7.99 plus tax for Dine In or Pick Up Only (11:00am-2:00pm)

*Specials are subject to change without prior notice. Please feel free to call and verify specials before coming in (213) 742-0303.

Pasta: Penne Chicken Marinara With Mushrooms

Sandwich: Meatball Sandwich With a Small Garden Salad

Primavera Salad With Baby Shrimp

Salad: Small Salami Pizza

Today’s Chef’s Special ($12.95 plus tax – all day long): Salmon Lemon Caper Sauce

 

Lunch Specials for Monday, January 8, $7.99 plus tax for Dine In or Pick Up Only Monday – Friday (11:00am-2:00pm)

*Specials are subject to change without prior notice. Please feel free to call and verify specials before coming in (213) 742-0303.

Pasta: Spaghetti Chicken With Mushrooms in Alfredo Sauce

Sandwich: Buffalo Chicken Sandwich With a Small Garden Salad

Salad: Mix Greens Arugula Chicken Salad Walnuts, Raisins, Grilled Chicken

Cherry Tomatoes, Lemon Vinaigrette

Pizza: Small Cheese Pizza Plus 2 toppings

Today’s Chef’s Special ($12.95 plus Today’s Chef’s Special ($12.95 plus tax – all day long): Tilapia with Pomodoro Sauce

 

7 Easy Ways to Eat More Vegetables

7 Easy Ways to Eat More Vegetables

Top Proteins with Sautéed Vegetables
Instead of topping cooked fish (or meat or poultry) with a sauce, use sautéed vegetables, such as peppers, onions and tomatoes. They’ll add plenty of flavor and nutrients—and at the same time, boost portion size without adding a lot of calories.

Replace Carbs with Vegetables
Lighten carbs with low-cal veggies. If you love cheesy mashed potatoes but not all the calories they deliver, replace some of the potatoes with vegetables, such as broccoli You’ll get fewer calories and more disease-fighting antioxidants. (Another twist on this trick: replace some of your pasta with veggies.)

Use Lettuce Leaves As Bread
The next time you make a sandwich, consider lettuce leaves as a virtually calorie-free alternative to a bread slice or wrap. Just about any filling works beautifully. Try tuna or chicken salad, a stir-fry or even a burger.

Stock Up On Salsa.
The low-cal condiment is long on flavor and fiber—and it packs a whole vegetable serving into every 1/2 cup.

Add Spinach
Add spinach to soups, stews and casseroles. It pumps up the volume—so you feel like you’re getting more—for virtually no additional calories.

Dress Up Your Vegetables
Eating vegetables simply steamed—plain—gets old fast. Add just a little olive oil plus big, bold “no-calorie” flavoring (garlic, sherry vinegar), and you’ve got a delicious proof that low-cal eating doesn’t have to be boring. You can do it forever.

Eat Edamame
Get edamame—green soybeans—into your diet. They have satisfying protein and fiber. Try adding them to salads, stir-fries or soups.

 

Lunch Specials for Friday, January 5, $7.99 plus tax for Dine In or Pick Up Only Monday – Friday (11:00am-2:00pm)

*Specials are subject to change without prior notice. Please feel free to call and verify specials before coming in (213) 742-0303.

Pasta: Linguini Chicken Alfredo With Broccoli

Sandwich: Turkey Avocado Sandwich With a Small Garden Salad

Salad: Caprese Chicken Salad

Pizza: Small Vegetable Pizza

Today’s Chef’s Special ($12.95 plus tax – all day long): Tilapia With Lemon Cream Sauce

 

Lunch Specials for Thursday, January 4, $7.99 plus tax for Dine In or Pick Up Only Monday – Friday (11:00am-2:00pm)

*Specials are subject to change without prior notice. Please feel free to call and verify specials before coming in (213) 742-0303.

Pasta: Farfalle Pancetta

Sandwich: Sausage Sandwich With a Small Garden Salad

Salad: Organic Mix Green Salad With Chicken

Pizza: Create Your Own Calzone Two Toppings

Today’s Chef’s Special ($12.95 plus tax – all day long): Salmon In Spicy Pomodoro Sauce