Coffee & Treats in Canyon


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  • The Cake Co. of Canyon
    Helmed by owner and cake artist Mandy Williams, The Cake Company unfurls a fresh panoply of cookies, brownies, and fetching customized cakes. Peanut-butter or snickerdoodle cookies strut around plates next to their gargantuan cousins, the 12-inch or 16-inch chocolate-chip cookies. Cake-smiths set up private consultations for prospective brides and grooms, wherein couples taste their way through six samples before collaborating on the design for their perfect wedding cake. The pastry architects commemorate other special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, or finally figuring out how to ride two bikes at once with specialty cakes adorned with colorful buttercream or fondant arranged into clever designs, such as a lighthouse, a giant cupcake, or a spray-paint can.
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    1502 5th Ave
    Canyon, TX US
  • Jiggle Berry Juice Bar
    The staff at Jiggle Berry Juice Bar takes juicing very seriously; they know that timing is vital in the juicing process, as valuable enzymes and nutrients perish within hours of being exposed to open air. Bent on serving the healthiest concoctions, the skilled servers squeeze fresh fruits and vegetable within minutes of their customer's order, and pack lactose-free smoothies with natural sweeteners and a choice of more than 11 boosts. The team even grows their own wheat grass, which they regularly trim and serenade with soft jazz music.
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    3801 Olsen Blvd
    Amarillo, TX US
  • GJ's Cafe and Grill
    The grillmasters at GJ's pursue palates with a menu that bursts at the seams with mouthwatering Mexican dishes, American classics, and breakfast that's served all day. The eatery's seven burrito selections, which include the brisket ($3.29) and verde chili ($2.29), transport diners to the guacamole-paved streets of Acapulco, and GJ's burger with lettuce, tomato, and onion ($5.99) serves as edible ammo against bellowing hunger pains. For a brawny breakfast, occupy your mandibles with biscuits and gravy ($2.99) or fluffy pancakes with crispy bacon ($3.99)––guaranteed to win over tasters or they get their money back. The tot-sized chicken strips from the kids' menu ($4.59) mute children's mouths before they ask strangers awkward questions about their stock portfolios. Diners can celebrate a savory meal with a slice of New York–style cheesecake ($3.49) inside GJ's cozy confines or drive around and ask for their treats to go at the convenient drive-thru.
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    3609 SW 45th Ave
    Amarillo, TX US
  • Cowboy Gelato
    A Spaghetti Western themed diner that servers stuffed gourmet burgers, classic burgers, chicken items, vegan items and Artisan Gelato!!
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    2806 SW 6th Ave
    Amarillo, TX US
  • Pan-Handlers Caf
    The cousin tag team of Livia Woodburn and Lizzie Smith embraces fresh ingredients and creative cooking to deliver breakfast, lunch, and baked goods. Myriad cupcake experiments stand out against the mundane—like a rebellious teenager who wears a suit—to fulfill special requests and cater parties. It might be said that Livia’s parallel career as a graphic designer acts as the secret ingredient that gives each cupcake its inventive, artistic flair. The friendly café invites early-morning or afternoon diners to feast upon hearty eats crafted from locally acquired ingredients and accompanied by house-made pickles, olives, and dressings. Lizzie, the lead chef behind many of Pan-Handlers Café’s dishes, cut her teeth as a cook during familial dinner routines and several cooking courses, and the cuisine enthusiast earned her degree in biology from Lewis & Clark College, which is inexplicably not where Lewis and Clark went to college.
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    410 S Taylor St
    Amarillo, TX US
  • Bagel Place
    Get your cup of coffee with a side of cream cheese at Bagel Place — this fresh bagel spot is the perfect way to start your day. Those looking for a meal that s low in fat won t find it at Bagel Place, where hearty, tasty meals come first. On warmer days, take advantage of Bagel Place's outdoor seating. If you need to feed a big crowd, Bagel Place also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Parking is provided in a nearby lot, so diners can easily walk to and from their cars. If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the restaurant. Chow down for less at Bagel Place, where a meal almost always costs under $15. Breakfast fare is rated highest at the restaurant, though you can also stop by for lunch or dinner.
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    3301 Bell St
    Amarillo, TX US
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