Founded by four native New Yorkers who rolled their bagel wheels southward, Bagel Palace entices Atlantans with the tantalizing aroma of freshly baked bagels, pastries, cakes, and deli fare. Crisp, golden exteriors and dense, spongy centers make Bagel Palace's traditional boiled and baked bullions great for nourishing noshing, providing ample fuel to punch elitist toast-touter arguments full of holes. Keep shmear simple with a bagel and cream cheese ($2.35) or lavish your dough disk with an ample slathering of specialties such as vanilla-walnut-raisin cream cheese ($3.69). Noontime diners can take pleasure in a perfect pairing of lunchtime soups and sandwiches, such as the chicken-noodle matzo-ball soup ($4.50) and a corned-beef reuben ($9.75) or pastrami ($8.65) sandwich. End meals with an assortment of baked goods such as macaroons, danishes, fruit-filled hamentashen, and other sweet-tooth soothing treasures.
Open 6am, We make great breakfast, egg and bacon Bagels, Veggie and Sexy Omelette, Great lunch specials such as roast brisket and pulled pork, Monte Christo, Rueben, and Cuban sandwiches. Our coffee and tea is filtered and set at $2 with comfortable artistic setting with local music and poetry meetings.
Inside Mister & Miss Einstein’s pink and brown storefront, ice cream shares table space with cups of coffee and rich fruit smoothies. The shop’s homemade desserts include ice cream sandwiches, shakes such as the Georgia peach with peach pie and vanilla ice cream, and cherry-topped banana splits. An ice cream club held throughout the week entertains kids with treat-making lessons that teach them to craft their own ice cream and sorbets, better preparing them for the impending snowman apocalypse.
Do you waste hours in bakeries trying to decide whether you want to buy a full-sized cake or a cupcake? You're not alone. Recent bar graphs show that 78% of all Americans feel overwhelmed when deciding which baked good to purchase and often leave the store empty-handed. Your next visit doesn't have to end dessert-less. Commit the following chart to memory and deciding will be no problem:
The Browns have been entrepreneurs for more than 10 years, establishing more than five businesses and counting. Through one such business, Golden Brown's, they deliver fresh, homemade cookies directly to customers’ doorsteps. Flavors include classics such as chocolate chip and M&M, as well as indulgent selections such as macadamia chocolate chip. They can also prepare specialty cookie pies and multi-tiered cookie cakes.
Sweet Tooth founder Chalandra "Missy" Strickland discovered her talent for baking and pastry decorating in 2004, just before her daughter's seventh birthday. With little money to spare, she baked a cake shaped like SpongeBob SquarePants, and the rest was history: her daughter's delight upon seeing it gave her the inspiration to continue perfecting her trade.
Sweet Tooth's selection of cupcake flavors runs the gamut from traditional red velvet to unconventional Bacon-licious, and several of each occupy a gleaming glass case at the café's entrance. During the day, sunlight illuminates the playful lime ceiling and cushy detached backboards of the café as patrons sip espresso drinks, trawl the Internet, and nibble on sandwiches or pastries. As night falls, the café slips on a more glamorous feel as Sweet Tooth's plated dessert menu becomes available. Adult taste buds delight in alcohol-infused cupcakes ¬and the more complex flavors of the Turtle Delight, a caramel-and-pecan brownie supporting a generous scoop of ice cream.
Sweet Tooth's baking sages also educate blossoming bakers on decorating and desserts. Dessert-tasting sessions delight with 8–10 bite-size confections, and decorating lessons help finesse frosting dexterity as students drape cake stand-ins in fondant and adorn cupcakes with tiny flowers or weekend to-do lists.