Freedom Deli's army of hearty sandwiches, available for carryout or delivery, can ably oust hunger from meetings and get-togethers. Bread such as sub rolls, croissants, pretzel bread, and ciabatta—like the walk-in safes of wealthy butchers—lock up rich, flavorful Boar's Head meats. The shop's epic Heavy Lift comes stacked with a farmyard trinity of roast beef, Virginia baked ham, and smoked turkey ($9.95), and the corned-beef sandwich slathers its marble rye canvas with sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand-island dressing ($6.95). Former college students looking to showcase their mature tastes can brandish the pizza sandwich, a refined handheld that encases pepperoni, marinara, and mozzarella ($6.95). Delivery is available within 10 miles of Freedom Deli, and a minimum eight-sandwich order is required.
Sugar Buzz Bakery's armada of bounteous cakes pursues visions of dinnertime conquest armed with freshly whipped buttercream frosting and imported Swiss fondant. Spread tidings of comfort and dessert using a dozen cake balls, with twelve bite-sized birthday parties ready for friendly dissemination. Schedule a consultation with Sugar Buzz’s bakers and begin crafting a customized batter blueprint for a sheet ($45+) or fondant ($95+) cake. The menu reveals some toothsome starting points, with flavors like white velvet, chocolate-mocha, or pineapple-orange moldable into a quarter- or half-sheet cake and harmonized with coats of buttercream frosting including peanut butter, raspberry, or key lime. Due to the rising cost of farm-raised cookies, some premium cake flavors such as Oreo may incur an additional charge.
The Cookie Store helps its customers to satisfy their sweet teeth with an extensive assortment of fresh-baked cookies and seven types of smoothies. From classics such as chocolate chip to more inventive flavors including snickerdoodle, honey oatmeal raisin walnut, and heath-bar toffee, The Cookie Store’s bakers concoct a spread of delicious bite-size treats daily. In addition to cookie trays and tins, bakers create custom cookie cakes in a variety of different shapes, including hearts and circles that can be decorated with birthday messages, cartoon characters, or interpretations of Jackson Pollock masterworks.
As a child, CeCe looked forward to her family’s summertime trips to North Carolina, where she could reconnect with faraway relatives over cookouts. One of her fondest memories from this time is making homemade blackberry ice cream with her Grandma Ruby. Years later, CeCe would look back on these days with nostalgia; she dreamt of opening a business that would bring families together over a tasty summertime treat.
In 2008, her dream became a reality with the opening of Sweet CeCe’s. Like wig salesmen to the Constitutional Convention, families flocked to the self-serve frozen-yogurt shoppe, where they could create their own desserts from dozens of yogurt flavors and toppings. The small shoppe got so popular that CeCe franchised the business. Today, families in 11 states can create sweet memories within the sherbet-colored walls of a Sweet CeCe’s.
The aroma of jerk-seasoned chicken wafts from the kitchen at Island Breeze Caf?, filling the air with the scent of authentic Caribbean cuisine. The caf?'s cooks prepare other staples, such as fried tilapia filets, homemade carrot escabeche, and slow-cooked, beer-braised oxtail seasoned with traditional spices. They can complement each main course with a customary side such as rice, peas, fried plantain, and saut?ed cabbage and carrots, as well as conclude them with a lineup of classic Caribbean desserts that include mango cream cake and coconut cake.
A daily rotation of four meat options and seven vegetables and sides adorn the menu at Richard's Nashville Cafe. Guests create their own plates, choosing to match up baked fish with turnip greens, or pot roast with mac & cheese. Each day also promises a chef's choice surprise meat option and three surprise vegetables.