We hand make our own locally made, super-premium ice cream on site in our Burlington store. We have a large party room that hosts all gatherings from bridal showers and birthday parties, to bridge clubs and youth group gatherings. We can also bring the party to you with our extensive, turn-key catering services.
While visits to Beshel Chiropractic Center could easily be quite brisk—Doctors of Chiropractic John and Tim Beshel can assuage most aches and pains with just a few expert adjustments —this isn't the case. Rather than simply treating patients and sending them on their way, the team of brothers takes the time to educate them about causes of their ailments, giving them greater insight into the effects of gentle, low-force adjusting techniques. To guide these adjustments, the doctors conduct thorough exams and reviews of medical history, which, along with digital x-rays and mind readings, paint a complete picture of each patient and the chiropractic treatment best suited to their complaints.
TCBY (a.k.a. The Country's Best Yogurt) serves 96% fat-free yogurt, which contains benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. The New Market Square location's menu touts silky soft serve in flavors such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse ($2.29–$3.89). Top your probiotic-packed treat with strawberries, gummy bears, coconuts, or a host of other toppings ($0.69–$0.99). TCBY's Beriyo smoothies—potent potions such as Strawberry Bananza and Berrylicious—contain real dairy frozen yogurt blended with bushels of fresh fruit ($4.99–$5.49). Celebrate successfully evading a baby raincloud with a decadent deep-dish pie ($24.99) brimming with hand-scooped or soft-serve frozen yogurt and topped with a plethora of dessert decorations.
At Yo Zone, guests help themselves to a dozen daily non-fat or low-fat flavors of frozen yogurt and more than 50 sprinkleable toppings in a festive dessert-dinery. Each day's varieties, posted on the shop's Facebook page, range from classics such as Tahitian vanilla and triple chocolate to more inventive concoctions such as blue cotton candy and caramel custard. Visitors can load up their cups with as many toppings as they like, including Oreos, gummi bears, gummi ascots, fresh fruit, and several kinds of nuts. With everything priced on a per-weight basis ($0.39/oz.), it's an ideal place for budget-conscious diners or confectionery economists studying the fluctuating market value of a single chocolate chip. Load up on 12 ounces of cookies and cream yogurt with rainbow sprinkles, butterscotch chips, and cheesecake bites ($4.68) or take home a 15-ounce cocoa concoction of triple-chocolate yogurt with chocolate sprinkles and chocolate chips ($5.85).
Founded by ice-cream enthusiasts Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone Creamery has grown to more than 1,400 locations across North America. Each day, the shop's scoopers mix up fresh batches of ice cream and sorbet, which are served by the scoop, piled high in sundaes, and blended into shakes. After customers choose their desired flavor, the staffers toss the chilly sustenance upon a slab of frozen granite and fold in a smorgasbord of candy and nuts to achieve the ideal ice-cream-to-add-in ratio. Customers can dream up their own creations or opt for a signature masterpiece, sampling one of more than 11.5 million possible flavor combinations. To accommodate sweets cravings at celebrations, staff members also dish out premade treats, such as ice-cream cakes and baked goods.
West End Station’s long list of menu items complements classic pub appetizers with quesadillas, melts, handtossed specialty pizzas, and chicken wraps. Diners can spice up traditional wings ($5.50 for eight) with one of nine sauce varieties, including Baltimore harbor, sweet honey mustard, garlic, and hot Jamaican jerk. Fingers that are usually relegated to handling steering wheels, stamp adhesive, and ice-cold forks can delight in diving for hot jalapeño poppers ($3.75) or a tray of tater tots ($2.50).