Open since 1950, Art's Grocery & Bakery sustains an extensive confectionery menu brimming with stacks of fresh cookies, brownies, cupcakes, pies, and more. The cookery boasts more than a baker's dozen of decadent cookie creations, which lures timid tongues away from their mouthy roots with the promise of sugary rewards. Submit to your taste buds' longings with a dozen handmade cookies ($3.59–$9 per dozen) in flavors such as chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, and peanut butter, or try a no-bake cookie, which caters to customers who are against cookie violence. Buy your coworker's friendship with an assortment of smoothly frosted cupcakes ($6.99 per dozen) and muffins ($1.25 each) or traverse the rich crust of the baklava ($1.25 each), filled with a toothsome trifecta of syrup, honey, and nuts.
Gelateria Barbara takes taste buds on a tour of Italy with a procession of artisanal gelatos and fresh pastas. Featuring fanciful flavors such as panna cotta, salty toffee, and strawberry-lemon cheesecake, gelato justice is served in single-scoop cones ($1.95), triple-dipped waffle cones ($3.25), or three Goldilocks-approved cup sizes ($3.25–$4.25).
Step into Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe's old-timey storefront, which evokes soda shops of yesteryear, and let the succulent smells of sugary snacks and baking bread amplify your appetite. Then gaze into glass cases at more than a dozen varieties of cookies, and choose one with a gooey raspberry ($.75 each), apple, or peanut-butter center ($7.25 per dozen). Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe's seasoned chefs also bake caramel cups ($4.09 per half-dozen) and filled brownie bites ($6 per dozen), the first bite of which releases warm, gooey fudge into the air. If doughy disks don't tickle your taste buds, go for a scone ($.90 each), muffin ($1.20 each), gift basket of treats ($18.99 plus tax for one dozen), or breakfast biscotti ($8.99 per pound). Ye Ole Sweet Shoppe encourages early risers to nab the first batches at its weekday 7 a.m. opening time. Visit the website to view a compendium of goods and pricing.
Peace, Love and Little Donuts of Grove City offers dunkables all day long. They start making little donuts from old-fashioned, blueberry, and devil’s-food cakes first thing in the morning, and then switch to mini donuts around 11 a.m. Both sizes come with frostings such as vanilla, chocolate, maple, raspberry, strawberry, orange, and cream cheese and toppings such as Oreo, coconut, jimmies, chocolate morsels, and cereal.
We make hot hand-dipped donuts made to order! Pick from over 24 specialty donuts, or create your own from our glazes and toppings. We have over 15 glazes and 22 toppings. Your choices are endless! We also have breakfast sandwiches & bagels. Our special treat is our Hole-In-One, your choice of donut, topped with ice cream!!
Dairy Queen offers a cool respite for overheating tongue buds, dousing them with a chilly mélange of ice cream and other delectable frozen treats. The signature Blizzard's chunky charms are inescapable, with classic candies, such as Butterfinger, Oreos, and Snickers, and other flavor options, including Georgia Mud Fudge, blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft serve (up to $4.29). The Peanut Buster Parfait (up to $3.59) slathers vanilla ice cream in fudge and peanuts for an appealingly layered delight. This location balances the frozen power of the Blizzard alongside the fiery brawn and dashing good looks of the zesty Flame Thrower chicken sandwich ($3.99) or the ranch-slathered peaks of the hearty chicken wrap ($1.49).
Peaberry's Café & Bakery entices eaters to linger in its sunlit dining room with free WiFi and a menu of paninis, wraps, soups, salads, coffee drinks, and more. Specialty drinks such as the frothy amaretto mocha ($3.69–$4.49) approach scratch-made european pastries to invite them to a flavor tango on the tongue's dance floor, while a chicken pesto panini utilizes mozzarella and roasted red pepper to chaperone hunger, ensuring it behaves ($7.49). An apple walnut salad ($6.59) paired with a wildberry smoothie ($3.89/$4.69) fulfills daily fruit requirements established in the USDA's food hexagon, and the ham, egg, and cheese croissant, one of six breakfast specialties served all day, satisfies protein hankerings ($3.89).