While most people are sleeping, the bakers at The Pink Box Donut Shop are hard at work. They're up before dawn to craft light and airy donuts by hand—from the batter to the creamy icing—for a breakfast so sweet it's hard to believe it's made without trans fats or biodiesel. Donuts come in classic flavors such as glazed and devil's food, as well as in buttermilk and jelly variations. All of them taste even better when dunked into a cup of artisan coffee brewed fresh in-house.
With Schoolhouse Yogurt's six self-serve yogurt stations and 35 topping choices, wannabe confection creators can blend creamy concoctions to their hearts' content. The rotating flavors please picky palates with varieties such as cookies and cream, pomegranate-raspberry sorbet, and classic vanilla. Top a tour de fro-yo at the toppings bar, selecting from sweet and savory dustings, and then allow a staffer to ring up the mighty creation to the generous tune of $0.40 per ounce. Though self-serve yogurt may seem like a self-indulgent, self-serving activity, Schoolhouse Yogurt donates 10 percent of all sweet, sweet proceeds to local schools' classrooms, chalk buckets, and kickball-ball lockers.
From its cheerful bright green and purple confines, OMG! Yogurt offsets reality's naturally bitter flavor with a rotating lineup of 10 yogurt flavors (updated on the company’s Facebook page and more than 100 toppings, as well as hot chocolate, bulk candy, and fruit bars. Kick things off by choosing a taste-bud-tickling flavor such as red-velvet cake or pomegranate-raspberry tart ($0.39 per ounce) and then burying it beneath an avalanche of thin mints, chocolate-chip cookie dough, and patriotic ingredients like warm apple pie, baseballs, and bald-eagle feathers. As part of the shop's communal vibe, customers can write their own recommendations for flavors and toppings on the Fun Wall's giant chalkboard. OMG! Yogurt also stocks a different sugar-free flavor and dairy-free flavor on tap each day. OMG! Yogurt is open until 11 p.m.—so moviegoers at the nearby Blue Oaks Cinema 16 can swing by after the show to build an edible yogurt bust of Johnny Depp's head that perfectly captures his gummy-worm hair and Oreo-cookie eyes.
For 20 years, Yogurt Delite's dairy mavens have plunged scoops into an ever-changing cast of seven daily frozen yogurts and custards. Waffle cones and megaphones in disguise catch creamy mounds of cake batter, fresh-squeezed orange juice, and blueberry cheesecake, as well as ample sugar-free and lactose-free varietals. Staff sprinkle scoops with 40 different toppings that span the wholesomeness spectrum, from fresh fruit to rivulets of warm marshmallow fudge. Smoothies merge nonfat vanilla yogurt with tropical fruits and supplements that imbue slurpers with energy to fight colds and dodge oncoming sneezes. Additionally, confectionary gurus mold frozen yogurts into chocolate-draped cakes and pies.
Established in 2006. This store carries over a hundred different types of refreshing hot and cold flavored drinks ranging from milk teas, snow, slush, flavored milk teas, flavored teas, yogurt smoothies and much more. We have over 30 snacks/food dishes.
More than 20 types of golden-brown pancakes populate The Original Pancake House’s menu alongside omelets, waffles, and other hearty American breakfast dishes. Since 1953, the family business’s morning specialties have been prepared with a commitment to real ingredients such as pure whipping cream, hard-wheat unbleached flour, and butter made from fresh sweet cream. Powdered sugar lines the rims of oven-baked dutch baby pancakes, and granny-smith apples simmer in oven-baked pancakes. Unique ingredients add distinction to house specialties such as gourmet crepes garnished with sweet cherry-wine sauce. To accentuate the flavors of each meal, The Original Pancake House pours full glasses of fresh-squeezed orange juice, a Southern staple, and brews its own signature coffee blend.