Yogen Fr?z has an interesting answer for yogurt shops that simply top their swirls with fruit?they mix whole mangos, bananas, watermelon, and kiwis right in with the yogurt. These colorful, fresh creations boast low or no fat as well as a heaping helping of digestion-friendly probiotics and gluten-free goodness. Each flavor is crafted sans artificial flavorings, colors, gelatins, high-fructose corn syrups, or preservatives?all while maintaining gluten-free, kosher-certified status. Of course, customers of the shop?which has more than 1,300 locations in more than 35 countries?can still opt for a traditionally topped cup of yogurt or a fr?zion smoothie. The body bettering doesn?t stop there, as certain topping combinations from its signature fr?zion bar can even support cell membranes and veins, provide antacid and anti-inflammatory relief, or help prevent body aging, especially if bathed in.
In French eclairs, German streudel, and Polish kolaczi, the bakers at Sugar Hills Bakery let their European inspiration show. Regardless of whether a recipe comes from across the Atlantic?the staff also makes cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, and wedding cakes?all of Sugar Hills? baked goods are all made with fresh, high-quality ingredients.
While the food combinations aren’t truly endless at Bentley’s Bagels & Brews, there are than enough fluffy bagel and topping options to keep customers trying something new over a few years of breakfasts. At the top of the long list of options are 15 varieties of bagels, baked fresh every morning and topped with schmears of fruity or savory cream cheese or butter. During breakfast hours, the team layers bagels with ham, eggs, and bacon, and during the lunch hour they recreate classic options such as BLTs and lox sandwiches. Cups of piping hot coffee and fresh-squeezed orange juice are also there to help fuel and reenergize diners after long nights of doing sheep inventory.
From behind the salon chair at Hair by Justyna Salon, Justyna removes unwanted length with a pair of gleaming scissors and bestows strands with new color using bowls of freshly mixed hair dye. Her fleet of trusty products, such as Moroccan Oil and Wella, aid her in the pursuit of revamping manes, and her fingers twist hair into chic updos and Windsor knots for special events.
Whites and yolks are the stars of the menu at EggShells Restaurant, a little breakfast and lunch spot nestled in the Pine Ridge Courte Shopping Center. Chefs whip up four-egg omelets laden with meats, veggies, and cheeses, as well as stuff breakfast burritos with scrambled eggs and spicy chorizo. They make their own donuts, bagels, and papier-mâché chef hats in house, and receive daily deliveries of bread from LaBriola Bakery. These soft, fresh slices bookend build-your-own deli sandwiches at lunchtime, while housemade chips and other sides accompany 10-ounce steak burgers.
Riverside Bake Shop owners Carol and Bernie Rice need only peek through the windows of their charming bakery to see why it has stayed a success for more than four decades. The gleaming glass case beside the counter holds chocolate-chip sweet rolls, raspberry-speckled cakes, and long stacks of apple fritters—all of which boast a wide local fan base. Further in are rows of frisbee-sized cinnamon rolls and warm donuts freshly coated in sprinkles, sugar, and sweet glaze. If you show up at the right time, you may catch a glimpse of a baker crafting marzipan or hiding prenuptial papers inside a tiered wedding cake.