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Hop to the deli counter at Pita Pit — visitors will be hard-pressed to find a sandwich they don't love. Pita Pit is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. Take the kids along too — Pita Pit is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days. Big parties won't feel squeezed in at Pita Pit, which offers great seating for large groups. If you need to feed a big crowd, Pita Pit also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. Street parking is readily available near Pita Pit's N Pennsylvania St location. Chow down for less at Pita Pit, where a meal almost always costs under $15. Pita Pit accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards. Pita Pit serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
1 N Pennsylvania St
Indianapolis,
IN
US
Edible Arrangement's fruit experts submerge each juicy, ripe strawberry in an indulgent blend of semisweet gourmet chocolate for a culinary combination that is as decadent as it is fresh. One dozen preservative-free strawberries hand-selected from the nation’s most prestigious fruit finishing schools compete for a spot in the gift box, providing customers with the delicious peace of mind that comes with knowing each berry has been chosen for its ripeness and ability to pull off a bikini. Aside from their sensuous taste, each seeded berry contains a high concentration of vitamin C, making it a healthful and heartfelt gift for a loved one or a mailman suffering from scurvy.
5129 Illinois Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US
Board-certified physician James A. Coomes leads Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss, so it's no surprise that the clinic has a decidedly medical bent. The medically supervised weight-loss program incorporates everything from hormone balancing and Zerona body sculpting treatment to lab-analysis work. ??Dr. Coomes turns to such technological tools as nonsurgical Pixel laser skin-rejuvenation treatments, which employ lasers to create thousands of tiny perforations in the skin, thereby stimulating a healing process that can erase fine lines and pigmentation problems. Microdermabrasion treatments revive skin texture and diminish light scars via apparatus-assisted exfoliation, and chemical peels employ fruit acid, herbs, and antioxidants to stimulate the release of dead skin cells from bodily exteriors and encourage the production of collagen and novelty hats. The clinic also offers results-orientated medical facials to clients.
8788 Ruffian Ln.
Newburgh,
IN
US
Kilwins' 80 locations make more than 75 kinds of handmade confections from Mackinac Island fudge to saltwater taffy and caramel apples working from recipes written by owner Don Kilwin in the 1940s. The sweets makers also use old-school equipment dating back to the '40s, '50s, and '60s inside shops decorated with nostalgic Americana similar to the interior of the original store, which opened in 1947. The smell of homemade waffle cones and fresh chocolate escapes from the kitchen as pastry artists craft batches of handmade brittle, caramel, and fudge in large copper kettles. Kilwins also handcrafts more than 32 ice-cream flavors from original recipes created in 1985, the year cow's milk was invented. They employ classic double-barrel freezers to ensure the sweet stuff is crafted the original way and transportation trucks stay at a chilly ?10 degrees to keep batches fresh until they arrive at their destinations.
1044 E Angela Blvd, Ste 101
South Bend,
IN
US
At Frank's Big Sausage, the food fills bellies while golden brews refresh between bites. On any given day, the Polish pub’s kitchen is busy as cooks stuff sandwiches, make sausages, and boil up their sweet and savory pierogi. Mugs of Okocim and bottles of Zywiec keep diners cool as they dig into these and other Polish specialties or perfect their darts game.
1417 Carrol Street
Hammond,
IN
US
It was a fateful day that Campus Candy founder Mark Tarnofsky dropped his daughter off at Indiana University about four years ago. On a mission to track down a simple candy bar, the dutiful dad found himself roaming far afield until he finally landed at a distant drugstore. Convinced that college kids want candy within constant reach, Tarnofsky started his first store right there, and soon expanded to the schools in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. Each outlet sells more than 500 different types of candy, all of which may be repurposed as toppings on a rotating menu of frozen yogurt. By slinging bulk candy at a fixed price, Campus Candy stores make it easy for college kids to load up on diverse desserts without filling their schedules with bonbon-making classes.
518 E Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington,
IN
US
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