Working from an at-home kitchen, passionate baker and owner of Joie Cakes Tiffany custom-creates decadent, fresh-baked treats in a variety of shapes, sizes, and flavors. Instead hand-crafting pillows stuffed with old mustard packets, customers can treat their friends to a dozen or so bite-sized cake pops in flavors such as lemon, marble, and classic chocolate, or spring for a multi-tiered cake adorned with homemade buttercream frosting. Tiffany fills her delectable cake-centers with chocolate mousse, cherry preserves, and cinnamon sugar, and tops off elegant cupcakes with peanut-butter cups, mint chips, and drizzles of strawberry. Though cakes are her specialty, Tiffany also pulls cookies and whoopie pies from the oven.
Serenitea invites you to enjoy lunch and Afternoon Tea in an elegant and relaxed setting. Its serene atmosphere entices enjoyable conversation or pleasant solitude. Have a tête-à-tête with a friend or meet in groups - perfect for meetings and special gatherings.
Fruity Yogurt beckons to dessert-minded mouths with a menu of smooth fro-yo forged from fresh ingredients and peppered with dozens of fruit and candy toppings. As patrons enter the eatery's self-serve setup, a collection of 12 flavors assembles in front of them like velvety Von Trapp children, serenading sweet teeth with the flavors of all-natural pistachio, kiwi, piña colada, and chocolate raspberry. Treat-seekers can nosh on scoops topped with granola, green-apple jelly, and coconut flakes as they enjoy free WiFi, cable TV, and a variety of inedible board games.
Bagel Express fashions its bagels from scratch every day, dishing up breakfast and lunch fare alongside delectable dozens of its homemade baked goods. Unfurl eyelids with a three-egg omelet, such as a quartet of american, swiss, provolone, and cheddar cheeses ($5.95) or a version as stuffed with lox, eggs, and onions ($8.95) as an Old World teddy bear. At lunch, sandwiches including a classic reuben ($9.95) and deluxe grilled cheese ($5.25) arrive on palanquins of the restaurant’s signature bagel bread. Extend the epicurean excursion by scoping out the deli case’s panoply of Boar's Head meats and cheeses, available by the pound for picnics and back-to-school salami socials, and browsing a selection of gourmet cream cheeses whipped into such enticing flavors as walnut raisin and garlic herb ($2.95–$5.95).
Kolache Factory tweaks generations-old Eastern European recipes to whip up fresh, warm, pastries filled with sweet and savory fillings. Starting with a slightly sweet dough that is made from scratch every day, the Old World wizards whip up 25 different types of these traditional treats, tucking the flaky foundation around fillings of fresh fruit, meats, cheeses, and the occasional suckling pig. Wake up tired taste buds with morning mouthfuls of bacon, egg, and cheese kolache ($2.37 each) and broccoli, rice, and cheese ($1.39 each), or sample from savory un-savories such as peach, apple, cherry ($1.07) or chocolate cream cheese ($1.18). Ham and cheese ($1.39 each) and polish sausage ($2.99) make for hearty helpings during breakfast and lunch, while a philly cheesesteak kolache can serve as a filling circular snack ($1.83), or perfectly sized coaster for a jalapeño and cheddar cheese kolache ($1.39). For a nonspherical bite, Kolache Factory also serves up fresh cinnamon rolls ($1.50), cinnamon twists ($1.60), croissants ($3.08–$3.23), and sweet slabs of strudel niks ($1.72).