Pre-teen girls have long engaged in the game of cherry-picking: "Matt Damon's body, with Brad Pitt's face, with Rob Lowe's sense of propriety." Doing that, but with food, for you: One Cafe Blanc & Yoeshi
With a ribbon-cutting bash set for Friday, One and Yoeshi're two very different eateries connected by an owner and a hallway: in one all-white side, it's burritos, booze, and carryout dinners; on the other, sushi, Japanese crepes, and frozen yogurt in a space with a 3D wall (designed by SCAD students), square red light fixtures (designed by Ferrari), and a floor-to-ceiling banquette actually made of chrome bars (designed by the T-1000). Hit One for custom burritos (with free-range beef/chicken, shredded pork, or buffalo chili), burgers, soups, and pre-prepped, microwaveable to-go grub like mac 'n' cheese-sided pot roast, which you can grab at the self-service kiosk -- reminiscent of what you do with your own beef at Peek-A-Boo's video arcades. To get even fatter, stroll over to Yoeshi for sushi like deep-fried, panko-crusted Super Crunch (salmon, cream cheese, avocado), specialty rolls like the ponzu-glazed Electric Eel, or combos; froyo's all vanilla with frighteningly healthy toppings like blackberries, pomegranates, kiwi, plus dried fruits like mango and candied ginger, also the redhead kid into whose hair you used to grind Now and Laters.
Because studies show that people like booze, there'll be frozen margaritas on the One side, plus self-serve spots in both joints where you can pay for and pour your own domestic, micro & import beer, wine, and sake, so you "don't have to worry about tipping" -- the exact opposite of the classic sleepover move, "just the tipping".