Owned and overseen by an experienced pair of wild dough domesticators, the gourmet baked-goods emporium prepares its line of nutless, gluten-free confections in a 100% immaculate facility. Un-glutened bread ($7.25) and rolls ($7.25) eschew the dough-stretching agent, resulting in fewer hard-to-eat slices of bread shaped like Victorian garden mazes. Cheesecakes ($30) work as both delicious dinner finales and surprisingly comfortable seat cushions, and birthday cakes ($14–$90) arrive in a number of frosted sizes and styles. Otherwise, take down a one-pound chocolate-cappuccino biscotti ($8.25) over several days or use it as a surfboard and ride incoming tidal waves of scrambled eggs. A & J Bakery also makes egg- and dairy-free delicacies.
Great Harvest specializes in baking healthy, homemade breads ($2.49–$7.35 per loaf) that are high in fiber, free of chemicals or additives, and crafted every day with freshly milled flour. The bread selection changes each day of the week according to a monthly schedule, but previous offerings include honey whole wheat and olive stick, a baguette packed with kalamata olives. Gluten-free varieties are available on Tuesdays and Fridays.
A retro ‘50s-style ice-cream parlor with modern flair, Just Chillin serves up more than 40 ice-cream and frozen Greek yogurt flavors including black raspberry, chocolate chip cookie dough, coffee, and mint chocolate chip. Guests also dig into specialty sundaes and banana splits or slurp up shakes. The parlor hosts weekly events including classic car exhibitions, eating competitions, karaoke, and local bands.