Although each of their dishes is made without gluten, animal products, or refined sugar, Green Wave Cafe proves that raw, vegan food can tempt palates. The eatery earned laurels in 2010 for being the Best Raw Food Restaurant according to the New Times Broward-Palm Beach for flavorful dishes "that actually satisfy." Among such edibles is a vegan chocolate ice cream that tastes close to "the real thing."
All dishes are made onsite daily, and the only cooked dish on the menu is the soup of the day. The hummus sandwich is made from peas sprouted in pure ionized water. The lettuce taco boats, which the staff calls one of its most popular dishes, include with housemade guacamole and vegan pâté rich with Mexican seasoning. Raw-food enthusiasts can also fill their baskets at the Monday farmers' market or earn raw-food certification with cooking classes.
From behind the counter at Le Délice Crêpes & Ice Cream, servers stuff fresh crepes with fruit, chocolate, and other sweets. They also scoop ice cream and sorbet, plate chocolate croissants and macarons, and pour hot coffee. Natural light spills through the windows, lending the space a cheerful vibe.
The grill doyens at Commercial Point Cafe have made whipping up classic American eats a tradition of more than 25 years, anchoring plates with fresh ingredients during breakfast and lunch. Their selection of early-morning eats
Welcome to the largest Cake Supplies store in South Florida. Carrying a wide variety of fondant, gumpaste, buttercreams, flavors and colors galore! Plus a full stock of pans, boards, tools and ADORABLE baking accessories. One of a kind classes from baking to decorating and the SWEETEST, most knowledgable staff on the block!
Each day, Maggie Moo's scoopers mix up batches of ice cream in-house to dish out a range of inventive frozen cakes and treats. More than 50 flavors, including classic vanilla bean and custom blends such as pink peppermint stick and Cinamoo Bun, ease the complaints of under-fed sweet teeth. Patrons can enhance creamy cones ($3.50 for one scoop, $5.50 for three scoops) with one of 30 mix-ins, such as almonds, cookie dough, or corduroy trousers. Snackers can also indulge in one of Maggie Moo's specialty treats, such as a Zoomer real-fruit smoothie ($5.25 for a small, $7.25 for a large), a creamy milkshake ($4.95 for a small, $6.95 for a large), or an ice-cream sundae bedecked in hot fudge ($5.19 for a small, $6.59 for a large), which merges cool and hot more effectively than a flamethrower made of ice.
Out front, a glowing sign hangs above the door, reading 'Gigi's Music Cafe.' Inside, you might find live music, karaoke, and even trivia, depending on the day. But one thing remains constant everyday of the week: Gigi's soulful family recipes. A lifetime lover of music, Gigi Brown brought her two passions together under one roof. Gigi's serves classic American dishes with a twist, including fried chicken with a buttermilk waffle, soul rolls—collard green spring rolls—and country turkey meatloaf with sweet potatoes.
The sugar specialists at UdderSweets beckon customers with 32 flavors of ice cream and freshly made chocolates. Fill a cone or an enemy's purse with ice cream flavors such as swiss almond fudge, pralines and cream, or toasted coconut ($3.82 for single scoop in cake or sugar cone; $1.95 for extra scoop) with more than 45 available toppings such as fresh fruit, candy chunks, and nuts (cups with toppings $0.39/oz.). Patrons marvel as 1 of more than 50 homemade chocolates melts on tongues, or while noshing on such sweet selections as peanut-butter twists ($3.25) or bear claws ($3.50). Stock up on favorite childhood sugar-high-inducers in the bulk candy section stocked with gummy treats in the shape of peach rings, mini bears, and fish, as well as giant jawbreakers, gumdrops, and rock candy ($0.69/oz.). Should cravings remain, wander to the cupcake and cookie section to wrap hands around freshly baked mini cupcakes ($1.50).