Don’t be fooled by the spotless white and powder blue walls that frame DIY Frozen Yogurt’s self-serve pumps—in spite of this sleek aesthetic, a rugged do-it-yourself ethic has found its way into the shop’s desserts. Customers take control of their own destinies as they choose from 14 rotating flavors of frozen yogurt and more 30 fruit, cereal, and candy toppings. Creamy swirls of low-fat yogurt are sold by the ounce, so feel free to pile as much into your cup as you need to fill your appetite or the gas tank of a sworn enemy’s sports car.
Husband-and-wife dessertier duo Mickey and Rosemary Tynski translate the language of love into moist morsels from the confection-covered confines of their bakery. With all pastries baked from scratch daily using gourmet ingredients, hunger-havers can rest assured that their palates are being punched with only the finest sweet treats. Placate protesting sweet teeth with one dozen cupcakes in sizes conducive to either polite nibbles or decorum-ignoring chomps. A palette-popping array of flavors twirls together sweet staples including chocolate, strawberry, and coconut, and the house favorite red velvet’s silky cream cheese frosting combines serious taste with sweet presentation better than a debate on yarn subsidies in Kitten Congress.
Go Yo!’s rotating lineup of more than 12 frozen-yogurt flavors gives sweet teeth a cool respite from the heat, earning the snack haven the distinction as Palm Beach’s favorite frozen yogurt spot by the Palm Beach Post ’s reader poll. After visitors walk, saunter, or teleport into the bright and airy eatery, they’re greeted with instructions on how to build their perfect palate pleaser. Kick things off by furnishing a cup with your choice of yogurt ($0.46 / oz.), which could include such flavors as cake batter, reese’s peanut butter, hershey's kisses chocolate, thin mint cookies, or french vanilla. Then adorn your frosty delectable with more than 40 toppings from a mélange of fresh fruits, candies, and tasty morsels—including mangos, nutella, cookie-dough chunks, and gummi worms—for an edible construction more lickable than a Winston Churchill sculpture made from lollipops. The dessert diner also proffers fat-free and no-sugar-added yogurts, as well as sorbets.
With its homey atmosphere and penchant for pub-style comfort food, The Living Room was already a destination for nights of relaxed revelry. With the opening of The Pub at The Living Room, that vibe just took on a decidedly English accent. Within this comfortable, no-frills pub, guests kick back the way they do in Merry England, munching on casual comfort food and knocking back pints of strong ales. If the rotating beer list is any indication, the owners here know a thing or two about brews; seasonal selection and year-round favorites from Founders, Blue Point, and Cigar City Brewing currently fill the tape lines.
Dr. Elias Forma helms Café of Life, where the licensed chiropractor and board-certified addictionologist offers chiropractic services and attempts to restore internal balance to his patrons. His approach to chiropractic services involves biogeometric integration, a method that strives to incorporate bodily stresses in a productive manner. Cafe of Life has trained therapists who offer a variety of massages including Hot Lava Sea Shell , Bamboo, Hot Stone, and others.
Mootz's Italian Ice scoops homemade, health-conscious frozen treats in a spectrum of classic and inventive flavors. Bright-colored scoops of water-based and cream-based italian ices ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) fill dainty white cups with robust flavors such as pink lemonade, java crunch, birthday cake, and Red Bull. Ice cream and frozen yogurt ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) await a mosaic of cookies, candies, cheesecake pieces, and other toppings arranged in American Gothic replicas. Hot philly pretzels ($1.99) warm ice-numbed tongues with a salty embrace within their twisted bread arms.