Great American Cookies freshly bakes a wide range of dentist-defying goodies, including a variety of fresh-baked brownies and cookies such as white chunk macadamia, M&Ms, pecan supreme, and snickerdoodle. Relive the wonderment of being a wide-eyed youngster without being zapped by a shrinking ray gun by frisbeeing a Big Bite ($0.89) or Double Doozie ($1.99) cookie right into the kisser. Pick up a half dozen regular cookies ($7.99) or hone gift-giving skills before the holidays with a heart-shaped tin ($16.99) of cookie creations. Quench sweetly inspired thirst with a regular 20 oz. fountain soda ($1.59) or a nice tall glass of even more cookies.
Helmed by a dedicated baker and mother of seven, 7 Little Cupcakes offers customers an impressive selection of gourmet cupcakes, custom cakes, and fun creations such as little cupcakes in a jar. The awe-inspiring menu of flavors rivals a con artist?s fake-mustache collection and includes more than 100 different varieties that rotate daily. In addition to standard cupcakes, seldom-seen treats such as gooey cupcake dippers and adorable bite-size cupcake sandwiches also vie for customers? affection. Made with high-quality ingredients, 7 Little Cupcake?s creations are available in gluten-free formulas.
At Babycakes2go, the baker tends to tiny cakes in dozens of flavors, including chocolate-covered pretzel, chocolate-covered bacon, or chai-latte concoctions topped with a swirl of nutmeg whipped frosting. In addition to ready-to-go treats, a cakeologists can also layer their signature cakes, fillings, and frostings in deliciously down-home Babycakes2go jars, a quaint mason jar brimming with a sundae-like amalgamation meant to be enjoyed via spoons or old-fashioned country chopsticks. Orders are placed by phone and can be picked up at O-Deer Diner and Ice Cream Shop, or can be delivered.
The name Barry Bagels conceals the diversity of its menu. In addition to 16 bagel varieties, the staff churn out homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts, and coffee. The flagship Barry Bagels shop opened in Toledo in 1972?the company celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012?and now shares its oven-mastery with three other Toledo-area locations as well as one in Ann Arbor, MI.
Ned & Ellen Wisniewski opened Nedley's in July 2007. A locally owned & operated ice cream parlor, Nedley's features 48 flavors of Hershey's hand dipped ice cream, soft serve, fair trade coffee & espresso, home made candy and ice cream cakes from just $12.99. Enjoy the patio and use our wi fi.