The fair-trade coffee and gourmet tea at Cup and Top Cafe intermingle with locally sourced breakfast and lunch dishes to create a mouth-mash of palatable goodness. Imbibing enthusiasts can enjoy an organic coffee ($1.45 for 12 oz.) or chai latte ($2.14 for 12 oz.), while serious apple-pie-eating energy-seekers can gulp americanos ($1.48 per shot). Supplied by sleep-deprived, jittery bovine, the espresso milkshake adds some oomph to a straw-clogging classic with Bart's ice cream and Mapleline milk ($4.30).
At Crafty Cakes and Cupcakes, Cindy Sullivan has made it her mission to continually improve upon her classic desserts. Available in a huge and ever-changing variety of flavors, her beautiful cakes and cupcakes take the form of bunnies, fantastical landscapes, and pop-culture characters. Visitors to the bakery will also find a variety of hand-scooped ice creams, which can be transformed into sinful cupcake sundaes, blended into smoothies, or simply scooped into an outstretched hand.
This family owned doughnut shop is striving to change the way people think about their favorite morning indulgence by baking up its signature pastries fresh, each day from locally sourced and natural ingredients. Beyond the original glazed donuts, a handwritten specials board details 15–20 flavors on offer each day, which may include anything from a maple bacon bar or Boston crème stick, to a powdered sugar drenched beignet. They also serve up hand-roasted artisan coffee from the award-winning Esselon Cafe to compliment all of their inventive doughnut flavors. Those adhering to a strict no-circle diet will be pleased to discover that Glazed Doughnut Shop's quality ingredients are also used to create a lineup of fitters, muffins, and cinnamon buns, and the shop even bakes up an ever-changing selection of gluten-free snacks including brownies, blueberry muffins, and chocolate-chip cookies.
Cars, suits, and wedding rings. With some things in life, customization is key. MoFroYo Frozen Yogurt, which touts a self-serve bar with 21 rotating flavors of frozen yogurt and more than 100 toppings, brings this concept to your taste buds. Its self-serve machines swirl out traditional tastes, such as vanilla, and exotic blends, including cake batter, sweet coconut, and strawberry shortcake. The amounts, toppings, and mouths they?re eaten with are all up to the customers. MoFroYo's flavors change regularly, often with the seasons. For example, during the fall there's pumpkin pie ? la mode and in the winter mouths dance with peppermint stick and white-chocolate mousse.
A family-owned business, the Kayce Cupcakes shop was built by the hands of the White family—Larry White Jr. assembled the chairs and tables and Kathy Owen White and her daughter Kayce adorned the walls in bright stripes, while their infant granddaughter cooed and gurgled encouragingly. Each morning, the family and its staff fold premium ingredients into fresh batches of gourmet cupcakes in an ever-changing array of flavors. The chefs extend their culinary expertise towards classics like double chocolate and vanilla, and also experiment with innovative flavors such as maple bacon and chocolate chili. Cupcakes in hand, guests can snack at the numerous tabletops that scatter the sunny shop, or order custom cupcakes by the dozens to share with friends in the comfort of their own garages.