Keva offers high quality ingredients and a sensuous selection of juicy smoothies ripe for sipping. Evoke the islands with a Keva Kolada, made with pineapple juice, luscious pineapple sherbet, coconut, banana, and non-fat frozen yogurt. The Berry Bombshell blends orange and apple juice, raspberry sherbert, yogurt, bananas, raspberries, and blueberries to create a tart, sweet smoothie sure to send raspberry stock through the roof. The Oh-la-la Oreo whips up non-fat milk and vanilla yogurt with chocolate syrup and Oreos, satisfying the most debilitating chocolate craving with a bit of added crunch. The Orange Obsession mixes orange and mango passion juice, banana, honey, and strawberries with delectable orange sherbet, creating an orchestration of orange sure to shatter the windows of your flavor facility. All smoothies are made with 100% fruit juice, real fruit, and delicious yogurts and sherbets. Prices range from $2.95 for 12 ounces to $4.95 for 32 ounces.
TCBY serves 96–98% fat-free yogurt, which contains benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. Savor an assortment of silky soft-serve flavors, such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse ($1.40–$6.95), or sip on a succulent smoothie—a coalesced concoction of real dairy and blended bushels of fruit ($4.25–$4.75). Otherwise, invigorate a body still sluggish from too much somnambulant water polo with a brisk cup of Moxie Java’s artisanally roasted coffees. Sip on an Americano ($3.15 for 20 ounces) or try a Moxie Milkee Way, which includes espresso, steamed chocolate milk and caramel syrup ($4.80 for 20 ounces). Moxie Java also whips up blended drinks, refreshing Italian sodas, and richly scented teas.
The friendly treatsmiths at blueberryfrog swirl and serve frozen creations made exclusively from organic ingredients free from artificial sweeteners. The small plain yogurt ($2.50) offers 106 calories of healthy sweet-seeking, but a luxuriously large flavored cup ($5.50) draws out desserts to decadent lengths. Patrons can add up to three toppings ($1.45), burying taste buds under an edible avalanche of fresh kiwi, blueberries, chocolate chips, granola, and other tasty accessories. Often locally grown, the fresh-fruit trimmings eschew flash-freezing and pasteurization processes to preserve their ability to dance the tarantella across tongues. In addition to being a rich and nutritious treat, the live probiotic cultures in yogurt can help aid digestion and simultaneously protect against lactose-intolerant-cephalopod bullying.
The culinary crew at Crave It Bakery & Cafe mixes up sweet baked goods and savory café fare ranging from pies to turkey club wraps while catering to allergies of all varieties. Comestibles from the bakery sate sweet cravings with bags of cookies in a variety of saccharine persuasions ($1.50 each). Visitors browse cases stocked with scratch-made sweets such as fried apple hand pies ($1 each), pumpkin rolls ($2.50/slice or $14 for a whole roll), 8-inch sweet-potato cakes ($28), and a variety of gluten-free and vegan options for breaking pinky-promises to the tooth fairy.