The machines at Yummieland Frozen Yogurt safeguard 12 different flavors of real frozen yogurt each day. Customers can self-serve creamy flavors such as sugar-free strawberry, as well as seasonal offerings. A toppings bar waits with more than 70 different toppings, such as Oreo chips, fresh mango, cookie dough, and cheesecake pieces to help create customized treats.
Family owned and operated, Tino's melts warm, homey vibes over each plate of fresh Cuban cuisine. The restaurant serves classic pressed sandwiches and traditional entrees, as well as tongue-piquing appetizers such as stuffed potato balls with savory beef filling ($1.45). Scoot into a booth and tear into a toasty ham-and-swiss cuban ($6.75), or dip your fork into a heaping pile of ropa vieja, shredded beef in rich Spanish sauce ($7.45). If you want to train to be a better eater, surfer, and multitasker all at once, pull up a bar stool and catch waves of free WiFi as you nosh. Tino's serves all three meals daily.
Domino's recently reformulated its pizza recipe, which puts the buyer in command of a plentitude of pie-personalizing possibilities. Take those new flavors for a test drive with two large one-topping pizzas, selecting from an array of tasty cheese crowns that stretch into infinity like a taffy pull in a black hole.
Born in the Lebanese city of Tripoli before moving to Canada in the '80s, Frank Ishraki was raised on the traditional cultures and flavors of his homeland. Ishraki dedicated himself to sharing the classic, healthy flavors of Lebanese cuisine, first in Canada, then at his family of restaurants around Orlando. The Lakeland location is a convenient, quick-service shawarma stop complete with chicken, lamb, and beef loaded on rotating spits to cook evenly and slowly hypnotize diners. Guests can enjoy meats wrapped in pita or served on a platter with tabbouleh and hummus or go vegetarian with rice-stuffed grape leaves and fried falafel.
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.
O’Boys Bar-B-Q slathers homemade barbecue sauce on a variety of slow-cooked, fall-off-the-bone meats. The menu showcases succulent selections, hand-trimmed, slowly smoked over hickory, and basted twice in O’Boys’ Florida-style barbecue sauce. Generously portioned platters feature sliced, pulled, and bone-in meat feasts such as pork ribs served alongside savory, home-style sides that include french fries, mac 'n' cheese, coleslaw, baked beans, and garlic bread ($13.99). Kick off meals with barbecue-chicken nachos topped with a medley of fixings and fit to share bite-for-bite with famished doppelgangers ($7.49).