Using the fresh lavender grown on their own ranch, Craig and Dana Stewart share the aroma therapeutic benefits of their favorite scent with a line of lavender-infused household products. Each handmade bar of soap, jar of culinary rub, and soy candle boasts a generous helping of lavender oil or the raw herb itself, allowing the calming aroma to permeate homes.
The Orange Leaf frozen-yogurt franchise boasts nearly 200 locations, cooling tongues everywhere from Mississippi to Australia. At each colorful shop, customers have total control over their cups, first selecting a combination of yogurt flavors from dozens of low-calorie options and then swinging by the toppings bar to pile on pieces of mango, sprinkles of granola, crumbles of brownie, or an entire family of gummy bears. Yogurt flavors range from fresh-tasting banana, honeydew, and peach to more complex blends such as strawberry cheesecake and english toffee.
People today crave fresh tastes, quick service and a welcoming friendly atmosphere where they can relax over a leisurely lunch or eat and run. That's what Ann Marie's delivers, with a special touch that's uniquely our own. You'll see it in our menu, in our service and in our faces. You'll also see it in our food.
Though sandwiches are versatile by nature, 4 Girls Deli takes that versatility to a whole new level with a huge menu of hot and cold favorites. The sandwich creators?who founded their own shop after taking a pass on the franchise route?craft such specialties as Kristin's turkey cranberry on sourdough and Kylie's reuben with corned beef or pastrami. The handhelds also take the form of hot-pressed buffalo-chicken paninis, meatball and provolone poboys, and falafel pita pockets.
If challenged to a pie fight, My Dee Dee's Pie Shoppe and Deli restaurant would have an unfair advantage. Each day, its bakers prepare dozens of picture-perfect pies and display them in glass cases, just like a museum docent's every meal. The large, flaky crusts cradle fillings that range from dulcet fruits and chocolate to decadent cheese and coconut cream. For more savory tastes, the chefs also craft a bounty of sandwiches layered with ham, turkey, or Cajun roast beef and bundled in fresh slices of wheat or white bread.
Decades before opening the doors on his own sub shop, Len Moore was cutting his teeth on the lower rungs of the restaurant ladder. But, while he was running between busy tables as a busboy and fighting for a promotion to dishwasher, Len kept his eyes and ears open, slowly piecing together bits of kitchen wisdom that would eventually find their way into the sandwiches he makes today. At Lenny’s, freshness comes first; sub rolls rise in the oven each morning, and the sandwich crew carves deli meats and cheeses for each order. The menu lists gargantuan favorites—large subs weigh in with a full pound of meat—including philly cheesesteaks, half-pound hot dogs, deluxe club sandwiches, and classic ham and capicola. Each sandwich is also willing to join up with combo standbys including drinks, chips, and cookies baked by each franchise owner's grandmother.