Grab a bite at Americus' Cafe Campesino.
Calorie-counters won t find any low-fat fare here, so enjoy the menu and take a break from the diet.
Get online for free courtesy of Cafe Campesino's wifi.
Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Cafe Campesino for a group meal.
Take your meal to the next level on the patio at Cafe Campesino.
Find a close parking spot on the street or in a parking lot near Cafe Campesino.
Meals at Cafe Campesino usually set you back about $30 per diner.
Cafe Campesino accepts major credit cards, including Discovery and AMEX.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Cafe Campesino serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Voted Best Cakes in 2009 by CityVoter Albany, The Cakery bakes a kaleidoscope of aromatic cakes, cupcakes, and cookies from scratch. Sink sweet teeth into a dozen of The Cakery's highly-sought-after red-velvet cupcakes cloaked in a palate-friendly frosting ($14.99), or curb cacao cravings with decadent chocolate cupcakes ($8.99/doz.). Celebrate April Drool's Day with a cake ($30.99+) made with your choice of cookie, ice-cream, Frisbee, or classic cake. The Cakery bakes a water tower's worth of cookies ($5.75+/doz.) each day that range from melt-in-your-mouth butter cookies to delicious thumbprint cookies that are as bold as the passive-aggressive note left on the company refrigerator.
A newly opened eatery, Nana’s tricks taste buds into thinking it’s summer year-round with a selection of scoopable frozen treats, predessert sandwich snacks, and an afternoon pizza buffet. Ergonomically designed to fit hands, Nana’s sandwiches ($5.25–$6.75) range from a scrumptious roast beef to a tasty pimiento cheese. At 11 a.m. each day, a hidden wall switch is activated, and floor panels flip to reveal an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet ($6.99), which disappears again at 2 p.m. as if it was a hunger-induced mirage. Ice cream cones ($2–$2.75) leave extra hands free for high-fives and brain-freeze massages. Triple scoops board a sunny kayak in the banana split ($4.50), and hand-dipped milkshakes round out the meltables ($3.25). Outdoor seating provides a sugar-crash pad, where the hyper-connected can take advantage of complimentary WiFi to update their online status with a string of satisfied ZzzZzzs.
Dairy Queen offers a cool respite for shoppers tired of fitting-room lines and surly sales clerks. The signature Blizzard's chunky charms are as inescapable as ever, with classic candies and other flavor options blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft serve ($3.59 for a medium). The waffle-bowl sundae slathers vanilla ice cream in fudge for an appealingly layered delight ($3.95), and the milkshake puts spoons to shame with its refreshing strawability ($2.59 for a medium). Hungry bellies can cry out for a crispy onion BBQ grillburger ($3.49) or a footlong hot dog slathered with chili and cheese ($2.69). Vegetarian-minded customers can nibble on a tossed salad ($1.39) or sneak onion rings ($1.39) while everyone else looks for the tofu cookie on the ceiling. With a variety of meal options, grilled delectables offer appetites savory samplings worthy of being referred to as the dessert that comes before dessert.
Elements Coffee Co. provides customers with caffeinated body fuel within a cozy, couch-laden atmosphere. Its bean brewers and sandwich slingers have crafted a multifarious menu, decorated with such creations as the Big New Yorker—corned beef and pastrami huddled beneath a canopy of sauerkraut, swiss, and mustard ($6.85)—and liquid options including the english-toffee white mocha, a concoction of espresso, toffee syrup, white chocolate, and a choice of milk ($3.35+). While charging up your brain battery amid knight armor and orange walls, take advantage of the free WiFi to surf the Internet, update your profiles, or start rebroadcasting UVB-76.
Named one of the best local markets by Georgia Family Magazine, Lane Southern Orchards cossets juicy treats with loving attention and proper hydration. A sprawling sea of strawberry plants blankets numerous acres of Lane Southern Orchards' grounds, sprouting sanguine offspring ready to be plucked by roving customers, ferried home, and given playful nicknames. Pick-your-own outings allow customers of all ages to forage into the horticultural unknown, bucket in tow, in search of perfectly plump and ripe natural delicacies. Towering deciduous gatekeepers flank the fields, engendering a feeling of being whisked away to a private fruit-filled paradise far from the outside world's petty demands and snootily-worded subpoenas.