Yogurtland is a colorful, dreamlike destination for frozen-treat fanatics, softly serving up a variety of fun flavors. In addition to offering an impressive mix of classic and creative yogurt flavors such as New York cheesecake, praline, blueberry tart, peanut-butter cup, vanilla wafer, dutch chocolate, and root-beer float, the store lets customers customize their portions of tasty goodness with a variety of toppings. Decorate your dairy delight with fruit such as strawberries, pineapple, peaches, or pomegranate arils, or prove at last that gummy bears, Fruity Pebbles, and frosted animal cookies can get along, provided they have a chill place to hang out together. Yogurtland also offers a variety of flavors with no sugar added, as well as many that are gluten-free.
Yogurbella invites dairy gormandizers to treat their palates to a satisfyingly cold embrace with every brain-chilling mouthful of sweetness. Indulge in 20 different flavors of yogurt, as well as smoothies, beverages, and special arctic desserts to cool down after attempting to bench press the Liberty Bell. Yogurbella whips up its milky morsels every day, and churns out smoothies ($5.50), parfaits ($5.50), and cones ($3.25–$4.50) for a fancy frozen fete. Swing into the store and order a classic yogurt flavor cup in flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, pistachio, and original—all soothing alternatives to gnawing on hot sauce packets ($3.75–$12.75). One 100-gram serving of the plain yogurt contains a paltry 110 calories, making it an ideal treat for health-conscious dairy devourers, and can be topped with fresh fruit to gussy up servings without an application of mascara. The yogurt recipe contains fewer than four major ingredients and keeps artificial flavorings and additives out of its exclusive frozen clubhouse.
Enjoy a meal on the go at BannaStrow's, where the chefs work their magic in front of your anticipatory pupils and breakfast is served all day. Start by selecting a crepe, wrep (wrapped crepe), or salad as your edible canvas. Then, throw down your choice of four fresh veggies, a refreshing dressing, and one highly pleasing cheese to complete your creation ($5.95). If for some reason you hit a creperie block, feel free to enjoy any signature item, including good morning breakfast crepes (eggs, mozzarella, cheese, and ham; $3.99), a sweet crepe (strudel supreme with cinnamon apples, caramel sauce, and vanilla ice cream; $6.15), or classic California salads (spring mixed lettuce, tomatoes, croutons, raisins, parmesan, and olive oil; $4.35). By the time your food's prepped, your eyes will have already basted your face in tears of joy and hunger.
To say that liquid nitrogen is cold would be an understatement?it boils at -195.8 degrees Celsius. But, as the ice-cream makers at Nitrogen Ice Cream Factory know, that remarkable fact can be put to delicious use. They use the liquid to quick-freeze ice cream, crafting each rich scoop to order on appropriately scientific looking equipment.
The bakers at Mmmm…. Cupcakes whip up artfully decorated handheld treats in a scrumptious spectrum of traditional, gluten-free, and vegan varieties. Utilizing 30% less sugar and a full line of organic ingredients, the bakers craft cakes ranging from full-sized desserts to easily weaponized cupcake push-pops. All baking is done in the shop’s kosher-certified kitchen, allowing customers of all ilks to chomp into freshly baked bites of Butterfinger, cran-orange, or guava con queso cupcakes. Bakers also teach the basic skills of custom cupcakery in one-hour lessons, in which students learn how to decorate and devour cupcakes tastier than a fresh-baked vending machine.