The iced toddy, a cold-brewed coffee over ice, is one of the many special artisanal drinks on the menu at Coffee Waves. You can get a caffeine boost with both cold and hot drinks here. Grab a drink like the grasshopper frap and feel free to lounge among the cozy seating area, which has local art hung on its exposed brick and stone walls. In addition to drinks, you can order panini stuffed with Boar's Head meats and pastries selected from local bakeries. Feel free to use the free wireless internet to get some work done or post updates about the current temperature of your coffee. The Coffee Waves downtown location just had its grand reopening after being closed for renovations.
A friendly owner and an array of housemade desserts add a down-home element to the dishes served at Atomic Omelette and Grill, where diner- and southern-style classics comprise an ample menu. For breakfast, signature omelets get a kick from pecan-smoked bacon and serrano peppers, and pancakes come in one of seven flavors such as bananas foster or white chocolate and macadamia nut. Later in the day, sliced rib-eye steak is stacked inside authentic philly cheesesteaks, and chicken-fried chicken is accompanied by garlic bread and gravy.
The comestible crew at The HoneyBaked Ham Co. assembles a menu of classic sandwiches out of spiral-sliced ham, roasted turkey, and prime roast beef, awakening pococurante palates with the heavenly tastes of baked honey and gourmet deli trimmings. Smoked up to 24 hours so each slice is as tender as a toddler’s toothless smile, hand-selected hams lend 10 types of boxed lunch sandwiches a rosy hue and a distinctive salty sweetness. The HoneyBaked ham classic proves that pigs can fly with its heaven-sent ham on a fresh baker’s roll stacked with swiss cheese, lettuce, and tomato slathered in sweet and rich hickory honey mustard, and the turkey bacon ranch finds its own wings with savory smoked turkey paired with bacon, swiss cheese, and ranch sauce on multigrain bread. Meanwhile, the prime roast beef sandwich's succulent beef captains a flaky croissant through squalls of zesty horseradish with a crew of red onions, lettuce, tomato, and cheddar cheese. Each boxed lunch arrives armed with a pickle spear and choice of chips or a homestyle side such as potato salad, macaroni and cheese salad, or the alliterative broccoli bacon bliss salad. Patrons can slurp down their chosen drink as an included cookie or brownie eases taste buds back down from euphoric meat-laden heights. As an added bonus, Groupon customers may purchase an eight-pound ham at a discounted price of $51 (normally $57.72).
On the island, IGIC - Biz Center Cafe, a gourmet coffee shop beckons with foamy espresso drinks and fresh-baked pastries, where patrons can grab a snack and refuel with a variety of beverages such as fresh brewed coffee, iced coffee, hot and iced tea, and fresh pastries. Part grocery store, part business center, IGIC - Biz Center Cafe entices visitors with its myriad of options, as it is a true one-stop shop. The business center offers 24-hour turn around, and a huge variety of services such as printing, copying, faxing, internet, and stocks business supplies and packing materials as well. They even design and print business cards, greeting cards, and other printed materials.
Husband-and-wife team Josh and Stacie Morgan oversee Sweet Swirl Frozen Yogurt, where 10 flavors of low-fat and sugar-free fro-yo twist out of self-serve dispensers. Load up cups with ribbons of classic chocolate, rich cake batter, or sugar-free strawberry before stepping up to the toppings bar to add more than 50 types of fresh fruit, candies, and cereal pieces, arranging them if you please into portraits of Isaac Newton, whose invention of gravity made self-serve frozen yogurt, and indeed human life itself, practical.
Turkey Gone Wild! It might sound like a surreal newspaper headline, but it’s actually just the name of one of Small Planet Delicatessen & Bakery's hot sandwiches. The gourmet creations are the deli’s specialty, and the aforementioned Turkey Gone Wild is a melty layering of turkey, white cheddar, purple onion, and avocado spread. The deli's New Planet sub also starts with turkey, but bulks up with hard salami, jalapeños, and pesto sauce, tucked between slices of jalapeño-cheese bread. Customers can also build their own sandwich from a diverse selection of breads, meats, and toppings that includes everything from sweet ham to artichoke hearts.
The rest of the menu boasts an international spread of deli- and bakery-inspired foods. There’s country french quiche and athenian gyros, mesquite-chicken quesadillas and kids’ personal pizzas. A tempting array of baked goods in single-serving sizes enables patrons to try just a slice of tuxedo-truffle cake, or a single white-chocolate-and-walnut cookie, the crumbs of which can be tossed in the air for a post-meal celebration.