In more than 1,112 stores worldwide, Edible Arrangements' expert fruit florists arrange pieces of premium fruit in stunning displays for all occasions. Customers can customize their order to suit any occasion, receiving chocolate-dipped fruit such as pineapples, granny-smith apples, grapes, and juicy Albion strawberries that, unlike the sodas found in most mummies' crypts, don't contain any preservatives. Staffers can dip fruit in gourmet semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, or their own special peanut-butter-and-chocolate blend. For birthdays and anniversaries, chocolate wielders can personalize gift baskets with gifts such as plush teddy bears and mylar balloons.
Just step into our store in Brookline village to be mesmerized by the smell of chocolate. We make over 50 types of chocolates in our open kitchen. Everything is made from fresh natural ingredients. Dark chocolates are 72% cocoa.Come for a taste and see what we are creating each day. All items glutenfree and many vegan.
Boston's first self serve frozen yogurt and delicious fruit smoothies made to order! Featuring 9 rotating frozen yogurt flavors from plain tart to fruity flavors such as blueberry, mango to sweeter flavors such as mocha and chocolate. Over 40 toppings and sauces! Customers can make their own yogurt masterpiece at 39 cent/oz
A decade ago, Chuck Silverston was walking the streets of Paris when he happened upon a street vendor whipping up crepes. After tasting the quintessential Parisian treat, he returned to the states and promptly opened Paris Creperie. Inside the cozy café, the kitchen churns out crepes brimming with savory ingredients such as brie and apples or sweet fillings such as graham cracker and cinnamon, as well as smoothies and coffee. Nutella is a mainstay on the menu, making its way into dessert crepes as well as into drinks such as hot chocolate and lattes. In the spirit of Chuck’s original street-vendor encounter, Paris Creperie also unleashes its food truck—la Tour Eiffel—among the hungry denizens of Brookline, feeding passersby with breakfast and dinner crepes all day.
Hoping to revive the culture of the neighborhood butcher shop, with its personalized service, attention to detail, and artful products, restaurant-industry veterans Justin Rosberg and Jason Parent took a gamble on their first New Hampshire butcher shop in 2003. Dubbed The Meat House, their store quickly earned a foodie following, spawning additional franchise locations across the country. Today, The Meat House’s Mission Viejo location stocks fine cheeses, prepared side dishes, other gourmet grocery items, and hundreds of wines alongside the usual selection of traditional and exotic meats. Butchers also explain how to prepare each hand-carved cut of meat, sharing recipes, best slicing practices, and cooking techniques for giving pork chops the flavor of justice.
Metal-topped tables, transparent cobalt blue chairs, and a monochromatic gray wall lined with artwork. It has the look of a dapperly decorated modern cafe, but Dante's Frozen Yogurt, instead of merely serving coffee, presents frozen yogurt made with natural ingredients and fresh milk. The staff welcomes customers to create their own chilly concoctions with fro-yo made from fresh milk and real fruit purees. The result is a smooth and creamy treat, bolstered by live yogurt cultures and probiotics. Healthier than many other desserts, it comes in delectable flavors such as red velvet cupcake, blueberry tart, and triple chocolate. Despite the emphasis on smart eating, indulgence is never shunned at the toppings bar. There, guests select just about any color from the rainbow, perhaps sprinkling white chocolate chips, fresh mochi, and M&Ms over swirls of frozen yogurt. Of course, keeping it healthy is easy with nutrient-packed garnishes such as kiwi, strawberry, and granola.
While not a cafe, Dante's Frozen Yogurt actually does serve grin-inducing Arabica coffee and espresso drinks, as well as hot chocolate. The team also loads cookie jars with buttercrunch-stuffed chocolate bark, cookies, and cannolos. Whimsically, the shop is named after a cat with its own heartwarming story—though being the kingpin of a dessert empire hasn't gone to his head.