Cafe Terrace celebrates its grand opening as a staff of crêpe-crafting wizards puts 14 sweet and savory spins on the French disk. Indulge in the banana-caramel crêpe or the savory SoCal, whose sunny disposition of avocado, roma tomato, and lemon aioli makes diners wish that all crêpes could be California crêpes. Six sandwiches transport their fresh cargo, and soups simmer in the kitchen's pots, awaiting the chance to warm bellies with flavors of butternut squash or tomato bisque. Italian sodas carbonated with air from Mediterranean breezes infuse culinary travels with more than a score of flavors, including mango, raspberry, and passion fruit. While enjoying café fare, patrons lounge in a casual environment strewn with chessboards, available for playing a round against a friend or merely admiring the checkered surfaces.
Coneys Frozen Custard opened its doors in September 2003 in Orem, Utah. Coneys was originally created to bring frozen custard to Utah County. It soon became a popular destination for its premium hamburgers and gourmet hot dogs. Coney’s continues to focus on providing a superior dining experience.
The cooks at Sammy’s reinvent American diner classics by piling 1/3-pound beef patties with unusual ingredients and blending numerous varieties of pie into gourmet milk shakes. Burger behemoths include Ben's Big Belly Burger, with a meaty base that hides beneath swiss cheese, grilled onions, grilled pineapple, guacamole, teriyaki sauce, and mayonnaise. Other treats include the Hey Nikki You're So Fine grilled-chicken sandwich and the Something About Mary, a black-bean patty caught in a farcical love hexagon of sautéed onions, pepper jack, pico de gallo, avocado, lettuce, and tomato.
In addition to concocting signature pie shakes in flavors such as mint Oreo and four different types of cheesecake, the team at Sammy's blends smoothies, regular shakes and malts, and cupcake shakes in flavors such as spiced carrot cake with cream-cheese frosting. Alongside the reformed diner fare, Sammy's regularly serves up live music events and a hip, relaxed atmosphere.
Between its bright-green and blue walls, Mia's Italian Ice has consolidated the freezer and the fondue restaurant. The venue honors its name by prepping 15 flavors of italian ice daily, all of which—with the exceptions of root beer, rainbow, and plain hail chunks—encapsulate fruits in chilly bites. Its signature Mama Mia dessert sandwiches italian ice between two velvety scoops of custard, which also fills cakes and cupcakes. Not everything inside the shop is frigid, however: Oreos, pretzels, gummies, and marshmallows dip into creamy pools of chocolate and caramel fondue.
Blenders at The Juice Press constantly whir as smoothie specialists mix scoops of sherbet, splashes of juice, and chunks of fresh fruit to create more than 40 smoothie flavors. The Purple Pineapple Passion smoothie fuses raspberry juice, pineapple sherbet, and blackberries; another specialty, the Tickle-Me-Mango, combines guava juice and orange sherbet with mangos, peaches, strawberries. Savory selections, such as the chicken bacon sandwich or the chicken caesar wrap, complement the menu’s spectrum of drinks, as do fresh-baked cookies and muffins. During the colder months, visitors can stay warm by swapping their smoothies for flavored hot chocolate rather than stocking their parkas with acorns and hibernating inside the nearest tree.
Somewhere deep in the Australian smokehouse's kitchen, the ethereal Wallaby brews up batches of a mystical elixir known as barbecue sauce made from scratch. This tongue-pleasing sauce produces a gravitational pull that attracts patrons toward slow-smoked meats available in small orders (5-ounce meat, one side) and larger orders (7-ounce meat, two sides). Meats include hand-pulled pork ($7.99–$9.99), beef brisket ($8.49–$10.49), and smoked turkey ($8.49–$10.49). Saddle up some sides on that mountain of meat with the popular smashers (potatoes), baked beans, coleslaw, fresh veggies, and more. There are also combo platters for the indecisive or those who want a multi-meat explosion. Wallaby's also serves many salads ($6.99–$9.49), salmon ($12.99), and shrimp on the barbie ($11.99).