The bagel aficionados at Bagel World Caf? borrow the dual techniques of baking and boiling their signature breakfast staple from The Big Apple. Every day at their four locations, they whip up batches of fresh bagels in more than 23 flavors, such as cinnamon crunch and jalapeno bialy. But it's not just the bagels that are made fresh daily?everything from their macaroni to their 12 flavors of house-made cream cheese, available in flavors from honey vanilla to cheesecake, complement each bagel. Bagel World's sub and Kaiser rolls are likewise baked daily, rather than hastily assembled by squishing leftover bagels together. They serve as the foundation to half-pound sandwiches made with Boar's Head meats such as corned beef and cracked pepper turkey. All these can be washed down with coffee brewed from house-roasted beans or freshly-made smoothies.
Alpine Yogurt Cafe is the newest frozen yogurt shop on the beach. We serve all natural low-fat/fat-free frozen yogurt and sorbet with over 35 toppings to choose from. Come in for a wintry frozen treat, enjoy our free high-speed wifi, and relax with friends in a trendy atmosphere.
With iridescent miniature golf courses in malls throughout North America, Glowgolf adds elements of phosphorescent fun to shopping sessions. Courses contain sights such as light-defying blush corals, incandescent animals, and lush foliage reminiscent of the glowing trees on Neptune. Each pass is good for three 18-hole games, giving golfers ample opportunity to get familiar with each hole's obstacles. Equipment is available on the spot, so players won't have to carry around personal clubs or seek out a bioluminescent caddie.
The crew at Mister Beaujeans Ice Cream Company is committed to crafting soft-serve ice-cream treats and American fare with wholesome ingredients and minimal environmental impact. They combine all-natural cream, vanilla beans, pure Belgian chocolate, and evaporated sugar cane juice to make rich ice cream, and utilize certified carbon-free cane sugar and renewable products as part of an eco-friendly philosophy. Staffers dress up cups and cones with seven types of syrup and rainbow sprinkles that guests can separate into neatly color-coded piles.
For lunch and dinner, cooks steam cheeseburgers and deep-fry hot dogs, serving them on house-made buns alongside razor fries in flavors such as salt and vinegar. Early morning patrons can get their hands on breakfast sandwiches, waffles with house-made caramel syrup, or handmade beignets with cinnamon sugar, while they last.
Chilly Spoons tempts sweet teeth with ten frozen yogurt dispensers that send out swirls of 100 rotating flavors and a few popular staples every day, including options that contain no fat, no dairy products, and no sugar added. After filling their cups, guests can customize their treats with more than 80 toppings that include candy, syrups, and fresh fruit, forming combos such as no-sugar-added coffee frozen yogurt with Kit Kats, Reese?s Pieces, and coconut flakes or tart wildberry frozen yogurt with slices of strawberries, almonds, and mochi. Since every treat is priced by the ounce, guests can also adjust their frozen yogurt?s size, grabbing a little for a guilt-free snack or a lot to add realism to a North Pole diorama.
The staff at Chilly Spoon's Melbourne location are dedicated to providing the community with more than just sweet treats: They've outfitted the eatery with a private kid's room that keeps little ones entertained with a television and a giant whiteboard, which serves as a canvas for budding artists. They also host events that take place in-store and outside, hosting birthday celebrations, Girl Scout field trips, and bounce-house parties.
Cathy Morris has spent 35 years of running restaurants, and she knows how to keep her customers happy. At Swagger's Southern Style Eatery, where she mans the griddle as the owner and operator, she'll cook you a burger in the morning or a three-egg omelet at lunch, as breakfast is served till 3 p.m.?whatever the meal, no one goes home hungry. That is especially the case with the breakfast specialty platter The Lumberjack, with two eggs, two pancakes, three meats, and home fries, as well as with The Bunkhouse, a five-ounce sirloin served alongside eggs and a camp counselor that makes sure you're asleep before 10 p.m.
The lunch and dinner options are equally enticing: Soups and salads balance out entrees such as Southern-fried smoked chicken and homemade meatloaf with red sauce. Bookending the main courses are appetizers such as hot wings and desserts such as homemade cobbler, bookend the main courses.