Repicci's authentic Italian-ice creations use flavorsome flavors to make icy-cold treats free of fat, cholesterol, and dairy. Allow tongues to embark on a vacation to a mini iceberg with a dish holding a fresh-served single ($3) or double ($5) scoop in one of many fruity or dinner-spoiling flavors: blue raspberry, lemon, piña colada, creamsicle, green apple, cherry, and blue raspberry are some of the recent resident flavors. Like candy bars or individually wrapped shrimp, premade, 8-ounce cups ($3) and 4-ounce push tubes ($1.50) stuff a tasty treat in a convenient package. Up to eight people can nosh on the edible mouth air conditioners upon Repicci's patio, replete with free WiFi, sunlit conversations, and automatic appreciation for the outdoors.
For the most snow-like consistency, T-Good's Shaved Ice slices its ice into thin, fluffy flakes. After it's prepared, customers can choose to top this base with as many of the 40 different flavored syrups as they'd like. They can also choose sugar-free options or pair their dessert with ice cream for a creamier treat.
With her slate of deli sandwiches, Angela Toler aims to please even the choosiest palate. As the owner and proprietor of The Picky Deli, she oversees a host of tasks, from baking the turkey and ham to cooking and slicing the deli’s meats. Using fresh ingredients, Toler’s staff stacks each sandwich made to order, from classic Reubens to turkey clubs. The deli is open Monday through Friday, and on Fridays, diners can stop by for chicken-sausage gumbo.