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Head chef and owner Arnold Myint applies his culinary aptitude at Suzy Wong's House of Yum by crafting flavorful Asian appetizers and bowls designed for sharing. As groups swap bites of pineapple red curry shrimp or wonton nachos in a 1,100-square-foot dining room, a stretched canvas emblazoned with a colorful dragon hovers overhead, much like a knight-in-training's to-slay list. Exposed brick walls provide a backdrop for plush candlelit benches and tables, which can be crowded with wine, sake, and specialty cocktails as diners participate in weekly karaoke nights. Two patios provide even more space for cavorting, the lower tier stretches across 300 square feet, and the upper level commands 840 square feet of floor space.

1515 Church Street
Nashville,
TN
US

Owner Kathy Gentry once relied on baking to console her during marathon studying sessions in college. Years later, Gentry has built a booming business devoted to celebrating cake’s charms. Staff guide budding and seasoned pastry chefs alike toward cake tools and instructors curate a packed schedule of courses that cover everything from finessing fondant to freeing trapped clowns from giant cakes. The chefs even film a hugely popular YouTube video series in which they meticulously guide bakers on sugar-laced odysseys.

2416 Music Valley Dr
Nashville,
TN
US

Krave Frozen Yogurt dishes up delicious frozen yogurt from a rave-worthy roster of flavors displayed on the menu. Pack a pair of medium cups with up to three toppings over steadfast standbys such as original tart, mellow mango, and luscious forest berries. Like a Love Boat marathon, each week welcomes a sweet guest-starring selection to support the series regulars—past guests include the earthy taro, the scene-stealing ginger lemon, and Jimmy Carter's favorite crave-quasher, peanut butter. Adorn a flavorful frozen foundation with sweet or savory toppings, such as bright red raspberries, succulent kiwi fruit, crisp cereal, or mini marshmallows.

2109 Abbott Martin Rd
Nashville,
TN
US

Unlike jerk-chicken pudding or fried-tuna Twinkies, ice cream makes for a delectable dessert that properly caps off any meal. At MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery, patrons can sample a huge menu of ice cream and other treats that are sure to slap a smile on any face and massage taste buds with sugary strokes. Try ice cream in flavor combinations such as Strawberry Skateboard with sprinkles, gummy bears, and marshmallows, or Cotton Candy Ski Jump with M&Ms and marshmallows. With one mix-in, prices range from $2.99 to $4.99 for a cup or cone, $3.99 for a pint, and $6.99 for a quart. Ice-cream cupcakes ($8.95 per 4-pack) can be enjoyed with a spoon or spoon-fingers. Dream cakes ($19.99+), on the other hand, come in appropriately oneiric flavors such as Pecan Perfection and Strawberry Cheesecream, and most are available in six-inch, eight-inch, and sheet-cake sizes. Health-conscious hedonists can indulge in strawberry-banana, mango, and mocha smoothies (starting at $3.95), whereas ice-cream pizzas ($19.95+) topped with white-chocolate curls will perplex pizza-party attendees before blasting away reservations with deliciousness.

2120 Green Hills Village Dr
Nashville,
TN
US

With today's Groupon, $10 gets you $20 worth of ice cream or cake at the Pied Piper Creamery, Nashville Scene readers’ pick for Best Ice Cream in town. This East Nashville parlor’s 147 flavors of homemade dairy delights have also earned it a spot on Food & Wine's 2009 list of the best new ice cream shops.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

114 S 11th St
Nashville,
TN
US

As a child, CeCe looked forward to her family’s summertime trips to North Carolina, where she could reconnect with faraway relatives over cookouts. One of her fondest memories from this time is making homemade blackberry ice cream with her Grandma Ruby. Years later, CeCe would look back on these days with nostalgia; she dreamt of opening a business that would bring families together over a tasty summertime treat.

In 2008, her dream became a reality with the opening of Sweet CeCe’s. Like wig salesmen to the Constitutional Convention, families flocked to the self-serve frozen-yogurt shoppe, where they could create their own desserts from dozens of yogurt flavors and toppings. The small shoppe got so popular that CeCe franchised the business. Today, families in 11 states can create sweet memories within the sherbet-colored walls of a Sweet CeCe’s.

7114 Highway 70 S
Nashville,
TN
US