Specializing in the delicate art of custard freezing, Doozle's Frozen Custard prepares an extensive menu of deliciously icy treats. Served in the time-honored flavors of chocolate, vanilla, and chocolate-vanilla twist, old-fashioned custard forms the mainstay of the shop's variety of mouth-cooling deserts. Crisp cake cones ($1.69–$2.69) prop up stratospheric piles of pillowy custard, and fudge-slathered sundaes ($2.29–$3.29), gooey banana splits ($4.79), and thick shakes ($3.69–$4.59) facilitate all manner of rude slurping noises and emergency napkin runs. A generous selection of candy and nut toppings can embellish any cold treat, making it an even more delicious way to chill a tongue heated from pungent spices or a rap battle among auctioneers. For a healthy twist, patrons can opt to have any of Doozle's cool treats made with "Lite," a 98% fat-free alternative with half the calories of standard frozen custard.
For four decades, Fischer's has delighted both novice and professional sweets savants with instruction and supplies for delectable decorations. Learn the fundamentals of dessert decoration over the course of a two-hour express session. Bakers-to-be will receive all supplies necessary for confectionary creation, aided by savvy instruction from Fischer's dedicated staff. Topics include lessons on cake improvement, such as how to deftly ice and smooth away rough edges, adorn tops with frilly dollops of buttercream, and teach elocution lessons in advance of fancy-dress balls.
Kung fu has passed through 33 generations to arrive at Ohana Martial Arts. One of the instructors, Sigung Vincent Cabais, is the sole lineage holder to the ancient style of shaolin lohan pai kung fu. Comprised of a cavalry of other martial-arts experts, the Ohana team also specializes in other unique martial-arts forms including san shou kickboxing, Bruce Lee jeet kune do, and kajukenbo—a Hawaiian style that combines karate, judo, jujitsu, kenpo, and kung fu. Fifth-degree black belt Jim Greenwood also specializes in kyusho jitsu, which uses acupressure points on the body as a form of self-defense.
Grandma's Cookies’ bakers craft succulent cookies and cupcakes using time-tested recipes originated more than 30 years ago by grandmotherly founder Charlotte Thompson. Dough disks abound in traditional flavors such as chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, or oatmeal raisin or, depending on the season, sugar sprinkle or ginger spice ($0.60 each). Order a cookie a la mode to pair a lucky sugar circle with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream, or stock up with a dozen cookies ($6) before attempting for barter with fur traders. Grandma's shrink-rayed cakes come in a triad of mouthwatering, seasonally rotating flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry ($0.95/each, $9.50/dozen). Glasses of freshly brewed iced tea and lemonade wash down sweet treats or fill the moat around a freshly constructed cupcake castle.
Inside The Crooked Tree Coffee House, caffeinated clientele sip piping hot percolated potions that are brewed fresh daily and specially blended to order. Baristas pour large brewed house blends, which contain 20 aromatic ounces of liquefied life-juice, perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up or for making sure the cat makes his wrestling weight class. Specialty brews such as a 16-ounce classic mocha or latte fill ceramic vessels with familiar fermentations, and confectionary compounds such as the blueberry-cobbler or sticky-bun latte blend blissful bitterness with saccharine sapidity as coffee-slingers stir in flavors of blueberry, white chocolate, and hazelnut, or cinnamon, brown sugar, and caramel.