Naples scoops up tasty treats for frozen confection-philes in its bright blue and white shop. Dairy devotees tear up at the sight of Naples's 100-plus flavors, including frozen yogurts, sherbets, ices, and sorbets. The store shapes the icy treats into many forms, from simple scoops ($2.99/single scoop, $5.49/triple scoop) to blended beverages such as milkshakes, malts, ice-cream sodas, and floats ($4.99 for 16 oz., $5.99 for 24 oz.). Fashionable triple-scoop sundaes can dress in fudge ($5.99) or accessorize with a brownie or banana ($6.49). Safely sleeping among the sugar-packed treats are 17 no-sugar-added reduced-fat ice creams, awaiting the palates of calorie-counting kittens.
Fresh fare fashioners at GreekElicious plaster plates with an array of eats hailing from Greece, Spain, Italy, France, and the Middle East for both modern and traditional tasters. Amiable servers uphold a Greek history of hospitability as they sling starters such as the tzatziki yogurt and cucumber dip with fresh pita at the half-opened mouths of unprepared diners ($4.95). The gyro pita sandwich packs thinly sliced lamb and beef into a tzatziki-pasted pocket ($6.95 for lunch), while the moussaka makes carnivorous mouth caverns water, thus drowning weak-swimming tongue wildlife with a savory mottle of ground beef and eggplant casserole beneath creamy béchamel sauce ($11.95). Augment a skewer of chicken souvlakia ($10.95) with a legume-laden serving of fasolada bean soup ($3.95) or honey-drenched bite of baklava ($2.50).
Carvel's ice cream is made fresh daily with flavorful, kosher ingredients that are combined into more than 90 flavors and tasty toppings. Exercise your licker with a small cup of soft-serve delight ($2.96) or opt for an ice cream cake ($10.99–$48.99), which can be enhanced with an edible image of your choice for an additional charge. Click here to read some common FAQs about Carvel's creations, nutritional information, and how many angels can fit on a scoop of ice cream. In addition, today's Groupon can be paired with any of the Naples Carvel's daily specials including buy-one-get-one-free sundaes on Thursdays or $1 off any milkshake on Fridays. See store for details.
Planet Smoothie sends sippers on a healthy tongue-trip with a menu of customizable smoothies ($6.49 for large, $5.49 for medium, $4.49 for small), all made with Pro-Yo frozen yogurt, offering friendly probiotic cultures that can benefit the immune and digestive systems. Tackle typhus while punch-drunk on peaches and strawberries with the Yo’ Adriane, which comes with a clarifying fiber blast, or opt for the 2 Piece Bikini—with bananas, vanilla, and your choice of strawberries or cocoa and a fat burner blast—to help keep your legs shapely when you kick sand into the faces of the meek.
Locally produced artwork lines the walls of this charming neighborhood café, and organic, fair-trade coffees fill the air with frothy fragrances. The life cycle of each health-conscious menu item is quite short, as each selection is made to order and swiftly served to the detachable jaws of voracious vertebrates. Accelerate over midday speed bumps with an asian chicken salad, tossed with mandarin-orange-ginger dressing ($7.95). A signature espresso drink, such as the white-berry mocha, tickles tired brains back to life with an uncommon combo of chocolate and fruit flavors ($3.10 for 16 oz.). At dinnertime, bacon-starved stomachs can be sated with a filet mignon in a demi-glace sauce, floating in clouds of fluffy garlic mashed potatoes ($19.95). Menu items and drink lists change regularly, so stop in to Cgrape and see what’s cooking, brewing, and pouring.
The kitchen magicians at MarLiDa's Diner conjure comfort-fare classics from breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Pot roast ($8.95) teams with red potatoes and carrots to quell the first rumblings of stomach rebellions, and dinner helpings of meat loaf ($8.95) fill bellies with equal amounts of meat and nostalgia. More than 20 sandwich options swarm lunch hours, including the Haley's Comet ($6.95), which sends roast beef, provolone, and bacon-horseradish dressing rocketing across a pressed croissant. People who haven't hit snooze too many times on their roosters can breakfast on biscuits and gravy ($4.99), which douses two buttermilk breadballs in sausage gravy and charges two cooked-to-order eggs with escorting them tableward. A kids' menu ensures little mouths are fed with favorites including chicken fingers with fries and applesauce or cottage cheese ($2.99).