Juice Stop uses fresh, nutritious ingredients to whip up their low-temperature, high-energy smoothies ($3.26–$4.35). Make over your morning routine with a Coaches' Choice smoothie (non-fat milk, chocolate, yogurt, and cappuccino mix), or jog through a Single Track (watermelon, raspberry, mango, strawberry, yogurt, sherbet). Protein-packed options such as the Bench Press (banana, strawberry or chocolate, with muscle powder and protein) are hearty enough to replace a meal or glue the legs of a G.I. Joe onto a Barbie. All smoothies are blended from scratch (no mixes are used) and fresh veggie and tropical fruit options are available as well.
Every day begins with a blank slate at Scratch Bakery. Each morning, founder Mark Gregory uses his years of pastry training in Atlanta and Lawrence to prepare sweet and savory batches of traditional American and European baked goods. Working side-by-side with his wife, Ashlee, Mark then flags down sweet teeth with everything from cookies and brownies to croissants and ?clairs.
Scratch Bakery's team puts its artistic skills to work as it designs elaborate, customized cakes for birthdays or any other event. Able to make any cake a reality, customers sit with Mark to go over plans, flavors, and design of any cake one could imagine, including 2D, and traditional round cakes.
Johnny Brusco's Pizza builds New York-style pies for people of all pizza predilections. Minimalist margarita pizzas come adorned with light sauce, sliced tomatoes, basil and mozzarella. On the other end of the spectrum, Brusco's deluxe packs the dough to the crust with sausage, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, beef, canadian bacon, and pepperoni. In addition to their decadent disks, Johnny Brusco's dishes out calzones, strombolis, pasta dinners, and other Italian staples.
Each morning, Eileen’s team of bakers constructs fully formed confectionary feasts from scratch out of primordial balls of fresh cookie dough. Guests can engineer the dessert DNA for their perfectly crisped disks from 12 classic flavors, including oatmeal scotchie, peanut butter chocolate chip, and M&M. A colorfully decorated 3-inch cookie makes the perfect plug for the 3-inch hole in your appetite’s precarious dam ($0.75). Feed a larger crowd with a dozen 3-inch cookies ($4), or charm your bus stop regulars with a more appropriately colossal 16-inch selection ($16). Eileen’s ovens stay at the ready for short notice orders, and custom decorating is also available for any size. While Eileen’s boasts locations in several states, each store is locally owned and operated, ensuring that all cookies speak colloquial Kansan.