The crackerjack breadsmiths at Importico's bake up artisan breads and delectable pastries daily, lacing their creative comestibles with locally grown fruits and fresh ingredients. Assuage hunger pangs or trick hands into thinking they're novelty sized with one-dozen mini cupcakes, an apple-cheeked panoply of decadent chocolate, vanilla, and red-velvet creations. Palates looking to pick on something their own size can opt for twelve regular-size handheld treats, which slide onto serving trays and across shuffleboard courts in the same rich flavors as their diminutive companions.
Quenchers dishes out 24 flavors of ice cream, 26 kinds of milkshakes, and customizable fruit slushes in its vibrant red, blue, and yellow store. Cones and cups host up to a triumvirate of ice-cream scoops ($2.50–$4.25), and coated waffle bowls induct themselves into the dessert fraternity by bathing in chocolate glaze and ferrying senior flavors around all day ($3.50–$5.25). Sip on a peach-mango slush ($2–$3.50) with optional boosters such as ginseng and protein ($0.50), or select a custom medley of fruits to blend an original semiliquid creation. Vienna Beef hot dogs serve as toasty complements to the colder fare and as precision-typing tools for navigating Quenchers' free WiFi.
For the confectioners at The Sweetest Moments Pastries, a cookie is not just a cookie. It might be a plane, a train, or a car, zipping toward a distant destination. It might be a magic crown or a baseball cap. Or, at the height of its identity confusion, it might be a cupcake or an ice-cream cone. With frosting as their medium, the bakers turn sugar cookies into artwork that is as delicious as it is fleeting. Each cookie is individually wrapped with a bow, making it an attractive favor for party guests or a point of conversation with a knot enthusiast. The team also turns its sugary artistry to larger pastries, such as oversize cupcakes and decorated cakes.