We hand make our own locally made, super-premium ice cream on site in our Burlington store. We have a large party room that hosts all gatherings from bridal showers and birthday parties, to bridge clubs and youth group gatherings. We can also bring the party to you with our extensive, turn-key catering services.
TCBY (a.k.a. The Country's Best Yogurt) serves 96% fat-free yogurt, which contains benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. The New Market Square location's menu touts silky soft serve in flavors such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse ($2.29–$3.89). Top your probiotic-packed treat with strawberries, gummy bears, coconuts, or a host of other toppings ($0.69–$0.99). TCBY's Beriyo smoothies—potent potions such as Strawberry Bananza and Berrylicious—contain real dairy frozen yogurt blended with bushels of fresh fruit ($4.99–$5.49). Celebrate successfully evading a baby raincloud with a decadent deep-dish pie ($24.99) brimming with hand-scooped or soft-serve frozen yogurt and topped with a plethora of dessert decorations.
At Yo Zone, guests help themselves to a dozen daily non-fat or low-fat flavors of frozen yogurt and more than 50 sprinkleable toppings in a festive dessert-dinery. Each day's varieties, posted on the shop's Facebook page, range from classics such as Tahitian vanilla and triple chocolate to more inventive concoctions such as blue cotton candy and caramel custard. Visitors can load up their cups with as many toppings as they like, including Oreos, gummi bears, gummi ascots, fresh fruit, and several kinds of nuts. With everything priced on a per-weight basis ($0.39/oz.), it's an ideal place for budget-conscious diners or confectionery economists studying the fluctuating market value of a single chocolate chip. Load up on 12 ounces of cookies and cream yogurt with rainbow sprinkles, butterscotch chips, and cheesecake bites ($4.68) or take home a 15-ounce cocoa concoction of triple-chocolate yogurt with chocolate sprinkles and chocolate chips ($5.85).
There's a choice every person who enters the door of moonberries Frozen Yogurt must make: is today a healthy day or a splurge day. Once that decision is made, the rest comes easy. For those eating healthy, they can dispense swirls of no-sugar-added or non-dairy frozen yogurt into their cups, topped with fresh fruit and organic granola. But for those who chose to splurge, they can choose from creamy flavors such as pumpkin spice, cake batter, and blackberry cheesecake. These flavors can be enhanced with a rotating selection of candy, cookies, and nuts.
A red bicycle hangs on a wall at The Red Bicycle Coffee Café and Catering. Its perpetual stillness contrasts the bustling activity of the café's baristas, who grind single-origin beans for bold cups of coffee and creamy lattes. Though the beans are imported from exotic locales such as Hawaii, Ethiopia, or India, the local coffee artisans at Joe Van Gogh in Hillsborough check the expiration dates printed on each bean before roasting them to ensure a fresh taste.
In addition to steaming cups of joe, guests can sip Mighty Leaf whole-leaf teas, nibble locally baked pastries, and chomp into sandwiches loaded with deli meats and cheeses. The Red Bicycle's light morsels and laid-back atmosphere also attract local artists and musicians, who display their work on the walls and swing by to strum a guitar or perform Brahms's Second Concerto on the kazoo.
Miel's gourmet chocolates and baked goods are handcrafted from fresh, upscale ingredients to please taste buds and sight buds alike. Designer cookies, cupcakes, and desserts are stuffed to the sugary gills with unusual, imaginative flavors, such as lavender almond shortbread, as well as American classics like vegan peanut butter and Henry David Thoreau's Walden. With their palate-pleasing complexities, Miel's decadent chocolates could make for a dentist-taunting meal of savory sweets. Drop a few triple espresso chocolates in a steaming cup of morning brew for a luxurious eye-opener, or suck a sea salt caramel for a taste of swashbuckling adventure, minus the wooden limbs and scurvy. Lemon-basil white chocolates and raspberry-rose dark chocolates lend botanical notes to the roster, while the truffle de whiskey promises to become the favorite of besotted uncles across the incorporated township. Mix and match a crock o' chocs at Miel's candy counter, or purchase a pre-arranged pantheon with six-piece ($15), nine-piece ($20.50), or 12-piece ($25) chocolate boxes. Any exiled member of Russian royalty is sure to be the toast of the office party with a bundle full of Miel's sumptuous sweets.