Every day, Rita's serves up fresh, fruitified Italian ice (around $1.89–$2.89) in more than 30 flavors (several are sugar-free), including strawberry, root beer, Swedish Fish, chocolate chocolate chip, piña colada, vanilla, key lime, and the unearthly RitaBerrious (formerly Mystery Ice). Along with creamy ice, Rita's also sells icy cream. Case in point: Rita's famously frozen old-fashioned custard (around $2.49–$3.59), a robust dish that—like revenge—is best served cold in a cup, cone, or overflowing El Camino truck bed. Rita's custard involves a different freezing process than ice cream and boasts a higher egg to yolk ratio, for a creamy texture that makes regular ice cream feel like gravel sprinkled with sandpaper shreds. Rita's most popular frozen treat, gelati (around $3.45–$4.39), takes its cue from brunch, twilight, and sporks and blends two great things to create an even greater thing—in this case, the flavorful variety of Italian ice with the smoothitude of frozen custard. Rita's also offers an assortment of specialty Misto shakes ($3.49–$3.99), fat-free soft-serve Slenderitas ($2.49–$3.49), and frozen-coffee Ritaccinos ($4.25), all of which make for a tasty treat as well as a deliciously soothing topical treatment for chicken pox.
The blender jockeys behind the Smoothie King counter whip vitamin-packed fruit, protein powders, and herbal nutrients into a menu of frozen concoctions that can help boost energy and burn fat, among other functions. Stocked with bananas, papayas, and strawberries, an electrolyte-packed Super Punch smoothie can replenish nutrients lost while bench-pressing Carmen Miranda’s 200-pound fruit hat, and a low-carb chocolate smoothie aids diet efforts by sating cocoa cravings without excess sugar. Alternately, electrify sweet teeth by sipping a Peanut Power smoothie, a creamy blend of freshly ground peanut butter and bananas that can be plugged into a wall socket to recharge its flavors. Though not included in today’s Groupon, customers can also choose to add enhancers to boost the vitamin, protein, or fiber content of any smoothie for an additional fee.
Each Bruster’s location makes its own cakes, pies, waffle cones, and ice cream on site using fresh, natural ingredients. An expansive menu collects Bruster's chilly treats and ice cream, which is made daily. Milkshakes, lattes and blasts ($3.75–$4.75) catalyze slurping contests and hot-fudge brownies, kids' sundaes and banana splits ($2.49–$4.75) awaken the peripheral nervous system with messages of sweet, sweet submission. The Marietta location pairs chilling treats with savory Nathan’s Famous hot dogs, chilidogs, fries, and mini corn dogs and combos ($1.99–$5.99).
SweeTreats formulates ice-cream amalgamations, nestling saccharine delights inside cozy cups or fresh-baked waffle cones. Choose from a multitude of mix-in ingredients to form each frozen Frankenstein, reigniting taste buds with a customized coterie of goodies, including blueberries, almonds, toffee, Kahlua syrup, brownie bites, or newly discovered planets of chocolate-chip-cookie dough. Three ingredients of choice hobnob with the adult-size yogurt or ice cream in vanilla or chocolate varieties, creating a team that will roundhouse-kick hunger in its face.
D'Lites Emporium is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth without feeling guilty later. All of our ice cream is low in calories, fat, carbs, sugar, cholesterol, and sodium. We are also kosher certified. With new flavors offered daily you will never get bored and will always be able to satisfy your sweet cravings