Beyond Artisan Bakeworks and Cafe’s crimson awning, chefs sizzle inventive breakfast offerings, while sandwich experts construct savory bread stacks around deli meats and zesty vegetables. Bowls welcome cascading soups, which change daily in accordance with the alignment of the cosmos or glow-in-the dark stars on the ceiling. While oven-warm paninis nourish bodies and hot Seattle's Best coffee heats up chilly palates, free WiFi allows diners to fuel their minds with highbrow literary criticism and higher-brow videos of cats reading the New Yorker. The café serves specials each weekday and promotes salutary dining habits with a roster of healthy choices.
A self-service fro-yo emporium, U-Swirl Frozen Yogurt gives guests free reign on a health conscious, rotating cornucopia of up to 16 delectable flavors that earned the dessert spot a 2010 Reno News and Review Readers' Choice Award for best frozen yogurt. Charged by weight ($0.36 per ounce), each tasty serving comes customizable with a choice of up to 65 different toppings, including fresh seasonal fruit, sweet sauces, and candy pieces, eager to be sprinkled atop classic chocolate and vanilla cups. The low-calorie snack calms conflicted sweet teeth with healthy nutrition information, including a kosher and mostly gluten- and high-fructose-corn-syrup-free flavor line-up brimming with live active cultures that help keep digestion in check and sate sensitive stomachs and the lactose-intolerant alike.
The scene is a classic American diner: uniformed waitresses walk past rows of booths, pausing to refill coffee mugs and set down towering stacks of pancakes. Large, sunlit booths provide parents and kids with a venue to converse or sign a treaty that finally ends bitter remote-control battles. Behind the service window, cooks bustle about the kitchen, whipping up generous portions of biscuits and gravy, three-egg omelets, and Mexican-inspired specialties—including chilaquiles, eggs with chorizo, and giant breakfast burritos. Come lunchtime, kitchen staffers turn their attention toward hearty burgers, hot specialty sandwiches, and chicken-fried steaks.
Nunzio Donato Ciaraulo and his wife, Cristina, curate a menu of Old World dishes hailing all corner of Italy, from Venetian-style risotto to coils of tomato-kissed Neapolitan pastas. Though the offerings change regularly, diners can count on classics such as pizzas and pastas joined by a revolving assortment of roasted pork, tender veal, cooked-to-order steaks, and simmering seafood. Sweet teeth applaud louder than an ice-cream truck with subwoofers when they see the dessert menu, which lists traditional mealtime denouements including tiramisu, cannoli, and sorbets.
Unique French Bakery Cafe. Gourment sandwiches, soups, quiches, desserts, cakes and wedding cakes. Lattes and specility drinks also. We host weddings, receptions, parties and meetings. Beautiful courtyard patio available for rent as well. We are open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and saturdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Nothing Bundt Cakes mixes fresh eggs, genuine butter, and cream cheese into rounded risers worthy of slapping up on Mom's fridge. Choose from ten moistened cake flavors, such as ravishingly rich red velvet or swirlishly scrawled marble. The bakery’s lemon bundt cake satiates sweet teeth, and raging chocoholics can get a day’s worth of fixes with the moist and decadent chocolate chocolate chip. Every cake, from the pineapple-studded carrot cake to the streusel-like pecan praline, comes topped with thick petals of Nothing Bundt Cakes’ signature cream-cheese frosting.
We are Northern Nevada's largest cake decorating and candy making supply store. We offer cake decorating classes. We make our own fudge and chocolates. We sell a wide variety of candy molds,cookie cutters,& cake decorating supplies. We sell Satin Ice Fondant, Americolor gels, a variety of sprinkles and colored sugars.