The seasoned chefs at Juliette's Bakery keep a tempting roundup of cookies, cakes, and pastries in their sunny storefront, homegrown from fresh, often organic ingredients. The cookie varietals, like the political beliefs of the Franklin Pierce Fan Club, change on a daily basis, but popular dough disks include snickerdoodle, tuscan almond biscotti, and oatmeal cranberry ($10/lb.). Customers can also stock picnic-blanket bundles with a fruit danish ($2.50) or hearty whole-grain blueberry muffin ($2), or devour their selection in the shop with a mug of fresh-brewed Gaviña coffee ($1.50). Additionally, sugar enthusiasts can show the world they've moved on after the southward migration of ice-cream-truck herds by divvying up one of Juliette's eye-entrancing cakes.
It takes a special frozen-yogurt shop to not wilt in the heat of Palm Desert. Eddie’s Frozen Yogurt proves up to the task, countering the year-round summer temperatures with a cool and creamy lineup of rotating flavors. Aside from traditional standbys such as plain tart and Coney Island vanilla custard, the selection on any given day may include playfully named creations such as Peanut Party Butter Boy and Cake Batter Queen. That’s not to mention three nondairy sorbets that routinely make the final cut: mango, pomegranate raspberry, and orange. No matter which flavor customers choose, they can top it off with any number of fruits, nuts, and candies from the self-serve toppings bar. The shop stays open late, allowing guests to fill up their pillowcases with cool, soft yogurt before heading to bed for a good night’s rest.
Praised in a bevy of national publications including Wired and O, The Oprah Magazine, M-Edge Accessories' covers, lights, and stands enhance e-reader versatility, protection, and panache. A beach-bound Amazon Kindle shields itself from sand and surf in a Leisure Jacket ($34.99), and the Incline Jacket ($49.99) enrobes Apple’s iPad in supple leather, an extra perk for fingers still rejoicing in freedom from paper cuts. The adjustable e-Luminator Touch Booklight ($19.99) attaches neatly into all M-Edge Accessories jackets, and brightens e-pages on medium intensity for more than 20 hours on a single AAA battery. With custom MyEdge jackets ($40–$50) for iPad, Kindle, and Nook, customers can create their own tech tunics. DIY-ers can upload images and add text, patterns, and colors to craft a one-of-a-kind wrapper declaring "Litterasy iz kewl," or customers can simply select designs from the style library. Each custom casing swaddles screens in a microsuede interior, and the Scotchgard-treated canvas covers prevent damage from liquid, dirt, and debris.
Ryan Bros. Coffee's attentive owners match discerning tastes with artfully crafted blends of fair-trade coffees and mouthwatering café fare. Classic coffees include featured roasts ($1.75 for 12 oz., $2 for 20 oz.) such as bold Cowboy coffee or the full-bodied Broadway Blues, which are filtered for fuller tastes. Espresso drinks inject caffeine-packed shots into tongue-tickling flavors such as a warm, creamy mocha ($3.55–$3.95) or a chilly, blended Java Lava frappe ($4.25). Chompable menu items grant solid starts to the day, including the chipotle-bacon breakfast sandwich ($5.95), whereas real-fruit smoothies, including the refreshing mango patch ($4.25), rev bodies with vitamin-rich fuel. Salads ($6.50–$7.25) and freshly grilled paninis ($5.95–$6.95) are also available for consumption. Packaged portions of coffee, tea, and comestibles adorn shelves in front of burnt-orange walls and sun-sprayed indoor or outdoor seating areas offer the ideal space in which to enjoy free WiFi.
Ever since Scavella's Cakes and Bakery opened in February of 2013, the shop's bakers have crafted desserts that look as good as they taste. Among their specialties are fondant wedding cakes and specialty cakes embellished with custom designs. They also bake individual desserts such as cupcakes, brownies, cannolis, and gluten-free cookies.
Frozen treats, hot eats, and drinks galore!
Home of the Blizzard and the Original Orange Julius, we have over 100 delicious menu items to satisfy your sweet tooth. Selling custom and decorated cakes, we are sure to make your event something to remember!
The cake decorators at Nothing Bundt Cakes adorn their bundt cakes with a similar motif: thick stripes of white frosting that fan out like petals on a daisy. But atop the cake’s hollow center, they insert colorful flourishes such as bright polka-dotted bows, silk flowers, and tiny placards for every conceivable occasion. For an even more memorable presentation, they happily arrange balloon bouquets that complement their cakes’ color schemes. Though presentation is paramount, Nothing Bundt Cakes’ bakers don’t shirk taste: they use fresh eggs, real butter, and real cream cheese to concoct flavors such as pecan praline or white chocolate raspberry.
Additionally, inside the cheerful storefront, patrons can peruse ’50s-era baking accessories such as cake tins and Mayfair cake stands that conjure nostalgic memories of poodle skirts, Cadillacs, and poodles in skirts driving Cadillacs.