Bodacious Cones is really three things in one: a coffee shop, a smoothie bar, and a gourmet snow-cone emporium. For the young at heart, staffers blend together premium cream, cookies, candies, chocolate-covered coffee beans, and more to create more than 100 flavors of its signature sweet cream treat, one for every hour of the day. For the young at heart, staffers blend together cookies, candies, chocolate-covered coffee beans, and more with its signature sweet cream ?Chaa? to create more than 100 gourmet treats. The shop also brews a smooth and tasty blend of Kona coffee and serves the caffeine-packed beverage hot, iced, or as a frappe.
Pure Bliss Yogurt cools tongues and calms rumbling tummies with a selection of sweet snacks and natural frozen yogurt. With cup in hand, patrons choose from a rotating selection of fro-yo flavors that includes cookies 'n' cream, pumpkin, plain tart, and blissful blends of cherry and chocolate. Yogurt mountains are then customized at the topping bar, where 35+ options such as fresh fruit, gummy bears, and cookie dough await to lend an added crunch or pop of color to each frosty spoonful. For fans of un-chilly eats, the shop also curates a fresh collection of cake balls and cupcakes each day with flavors that can include german chocolate, italian crème, and yellow cake hailing from somewhere outside Sheboygan.
Paciugo's Latin motto, Ante Lucrum Nomen, meaning "Reputation Before Profit," neatly summarizes its liberal three-scoops attitude. Its luscious cold creams contain 70% less fat than premium ice cream, thus making it 130% more okay to consume several consecutive pints' worth. Each of their Turin recipes employ fresh and all-natural ingredients coupled with the finest fruit, nuts, chocolates and more to churn up scrumptious orbs of sweet sustenance. The gelateria's menu ushers taste buds toward small piccolo cups ($3.77) with three scoops and up to three different flavors, such as black raspberry, amaretto chocolate chip, chocolate black-cherry swirl, black-pepper olive oil, Mediterranean sea-salt caramel, chocolate orange saffron, and many more.
Bagel Boyz Deli brings several new twists to the long-standing tradition of the New York–style bagel. Stuffy bagel purists may grow faint witnessing the avant garde application of house-made spicy queso to The Boyz breakfast sandwich with sausage and egg ($4.49), and bagel buffs who like their edibles stuffed will seek refuge in the deli's array of piled-high sandwiches, wraps, and burritos. The New York Reuben hosts a party of corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and mustard on a dance floor of pumpernickel or poppy seed bagel ($5.69), and the chicken salad wrap ($5.49) demonstrates that embracing a bird doesn't require a trip to Sesame Street. Unadorned carb circles come in many varieties—from classics such as cinnamon raisin and blueberry to the more adventurous green chili ($1.19)—but are rarely seen far from their entourage of cream cheeses, including garden veggie, spicy, honey almond, and more.
The creation of Firehouse Subs was based on our love for cooking and fellowship, and our passion for serving customers.
We grew up in a family-owned retail television business in Jacksonville, Florida, where we learned from an early age that you have to take care of the customer.
Owned by New Orleans expats forced out by hurricane Katrina, Pierre's Mardi Gras Café, featured on Fox 4, rekindles the Cajun spirit from within its kitchen, kicking out authentic New Orleans fare. Friends, romantic partners, or auditioning potato-sack teammates become temporarily obstructed from each other's view by the 12-inch Half & Half po' boy, a classic french-bread sandwich with somersaulting bites of fish, shrimp, and oysters accented by lettuce, tomato, and mayo. Philly steak po' boys sizzle and crunch in their edible envelopes, and surf 'n' turf po' boys squash appetites with steak- and shrimp-inspired stomps of the foot. Pairs take a break from open-jawed po' boy bites and ladle a spoonful of authentic jambalaya into their mouths, an alchemical elixir composed of two different sausages and shrimp in tomato sauce, or trade off spoonfuls of crawfish étouffée as they argue about whose taste buds would be more likely to guest star on reality TV. Cups of shrimp creole and crawfish étouffée boast flavors that slow-dance atop tongues in simmering revelry. Pierre's Mardi Gras Café will be open on Sunday, September 4, as well as on Labor Day.