Voted Best Authentic Crepes in 2009 by Westchester Magazine, Rue des Crepes conjures a Parisian ambiance with a colorful street-side mural, cobblestone floors, and authentic French fare that "transports you to the quais of the Seine." According to metromix.com's mustachioed detectives, "all the classic fillings are there," including lemon, plantain, ham, and chorizo. Chefs prepare savory crêpes with a buckwheat-flour batter and, upon request, serve dessert crêpes à la mode. Rounding out the menu, pots of cheese fondue arrive with bite-size dunkers such as focaccia, shrimp, and buttons from Napoleon's doublet.
Patrons scoop colorful treats from overflowing bins and inhale the aroma of freshly baked cones at Sweet Teez’s whimsically decorated shop, which earned a Best of Westchester - Editors’ Pick nod from Westchester Magazine in 2011 for its candy buffet. Bag up more than 100 types of bulk candy ($0.70+/oz.), or make a toothy impression on a helping of handcrafted ice cream from Walnut Beach Creamery ($3.75) served in a fresh-baked, made-to-order waffle cone. Chocolate-covered pretzels, popcorn, and fruit satisfy sweet-toothed gourmets, and the shop’s selection of classic and old-fashioned candies cheer nostalgia buffs and disconsolate Jugheads.
Every day, this chilly treatery impresses palates with more than 30 varieties of fat-free and fresh-fruitified italian ice ($2.05+), with flavors including strawberry, root beer, swedish fish, chocolate chocolate chip, piña colada, vanilla, key lime, and green apple, as well as a smattering of sugar-free options. Spoons hankering for heartier scoops can try Rita's famously frozen old-fashioned custard ($3.05–$4.50), a robust dish that—like revenge—is best served cold in a cup, cone, or overflowing El Camino truck bed.
Bakers at Little Cakes on the Go craft gourmet cupcakes and deliver them straight to customers? doors. Cupcakes come topped with sugary icing, nuts, sprinkles, and colorful toppings. Try a chocolate cupcake with lavender frosting or a pineapple coconut cupcake with coconut cream frosting, or go for the even more portable option with a selection of cake pops.
Self-serve frozen-yogurt apparatuses, towering topping dispensers, and bins of specialty candy line SoYo So Yummy’s electric-purple walls. Machines dole out dollops of yogurt in an ever-metamorphosing selection of flavors, including tart, mango, and red velvet, and self-service toppings beg to decorate icy creations with fresh fruit and candy-based portraits of the cashier’s face. Bins of gummies, chocolates, and jawbreakers pour into customers' sacks before a weigh station dictates pricing of candy and yogurt purchases. Stools and countertops support bowls of holiday-themed yogurts infused with eggnog, Abe Lincoln's birthday cake, and other seasonal delights. Against a sonic backdrop of happy chatter and clicking spoons, colorful drawing boards and markers encourage guests to doodle and leave messages.