The scrumptious baked goods at Cinnabon provide a hearty snack after a long day of shopping, working, or workshopping. Munch on a variety of cinnamon-infused treats, from the Cinnabon classic roll, temptingly filled with Cinnabon’s famous Makara cinnamon ($3.49), to the Caramel Pecanbon, topped with an indulgent potpourri of luscious caramel and tasty pecans ($3.99). Take home an assortment of goodies with one of the store's Cinnapacks, good for at least four classic rolls or nine minibons ($12.99). Grab a sweet-tasting cinnamon snack to cap off a day of shopping for luxury handbags or nuclear-powered Russian submarines with today’s Groupon to Cinnabon.
Highly trained hands at Parkland Cakes infuse miniature morsels with tasty icing to fashion delectable batches of fresh-baked cupcakes. Customers can peruse the menu of frosted treats and order a dozen vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry cupcakes topped with classic frostings such as sweet vanilla butter cream or candy-inspired caramel, or opt to trick tongues into eating dessert for breakfast with a cream-cheese-covered creation. Signature tastes such as lemon, almond amaretto, and carrot also jostle for patrons' edible affection.
Café Chartier delivers a menu of eats and drinks created in close proximity to hungry diners, including sandwiches, fresh-baked desserts, and locally roasted Turtle Creek coffee drinks. Fuel vigorous newspaper perusal or frenzied newspaper-hat making with a strawberry-cream cheese croissant ($3) and a 12-ounce cup of coffee ($1.50). Sweeter vehicles for speedy caffeination include a chai tea latte ($3.45–$4.45) and salted-caramel white-chocolate mocha ($3.45–$4.45). Sandwiches such as a baguette full of roast beef and pesto ($6.95) and a stack of roasted vegetables ($6.50) arrive flanked by chips. Other lunch and dinner fare includes wraps, salads, and pizzas. Intrepid taste buds can finish meals or cap off coffee dates at the precipice of a cupcake's creamy crown ($2.50), or on the border between fruit and dessert with fresh strawberries dipped in chocolate ($1 each).
Creamy frozen yogurt, fresh-fruit mix-ins, and healthy toppings such as almonds, granola, and shredded coconut make Yogen Früz a source of unlimited fresh flavors. Yogurt artists mix customers’ custom creations—such as piña colada mixed with smooth-blended pineapple yogurt, or apple pie sprinkled with graham-cracker crumbs—before their very eyes. Along with such quasi-decadent options, the company’s 1,300 worldwide outposts offer low-fat varieties, nonfat probiotic yogurts, and fresh-fruit sorbets. Every mix is low in fat, a good source of vitamins and fiber, and one of the only known sources of the essential nutrient frostiness.
The Marble Slab Creamery sensory experience begins by just walking past the storefront, where the buttery scent of fresh-baked waffle cones drifts out into the air. Gourmet ice creams are freshly crafted on site from Marble Slab’s original recipe, enticing customer's eyes with a rainbow of colors. Once clients have made a flavor selection, they choose from a smorgasbord of mix-ins, from fresh fruit to nuts to candy and crumbled cookies, which an ice cream chef then hand-folds in atop a frosty marble slab before packing the finished custom-designed flavor masterpiece into a house-made waffle cone.
In addition to procuring hand-held treats, Marble Slab Creamery can send creations home in a variety of other formats, such as ice cream cakes, cupcakes, and hand-packed quarts, or in the capable hands of a catering team for sprucing up special events such a corporate get-togethers or school functions with sundae bars in tow.
TCBY serves 96%–98% fat-free yogurt that contains benevolent bacterial cultures to assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. Patrons can savor an assortment of silky soft-serve flavors, such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse, served in a cup, in a cone, or at the center of a collection of Russian nesting dolls ($2.89–$3.85). Succulent smoothies, meanwhile, offer a coalesced concoction of real dairy and blended bushels of fruit. Banana splits ($4.99) and sundaes ($4.09–$3.99) deliver old-fashioned ice-cream-parlor delights without the extra calories or forced conscription into a barbershop quartet. Textured toppings such as M&Ms, sprinkles, and chocolate chips ($0.79) add layers of edible nuance to cups, cones, and palates. Conjure sweet spells of creativity via TCBY's specialty menu of layered parfaits ($3.99) or yogurt shakes ($3.65–$4.85).