Each morning, the cooks at Mary's Cuban Kitchen & Bakery bake fresh pastries filled with ham, cheese, and guava, and grill breakfast sandwiches to serve with café con leche or freshly squeezed orange juice. Later in the day, they stack Cuban-style sandwiches with ham, cheese, and crunchy pickles. There's a different specialty on each weekday: Fridays, for example, bring a tender oxtail stew.
Founded nearly 25 years ago on a frozen foundation of nonporous, 5-degree granite, Cold Stone Creamery has blossomed into a nationally recognized ice-cream parlor distinguished by its daily creations of sweet treats. Fruit, nuts, and candy collaborate with ice-cream flavors such as french vanilla, sweet cream, and cake batter to manifest a signature sundae or a personalized creation made to match customers' tastes and 5th-birthday-party footage. Smoothies and shakes sate sippers, and fruity sorbets, nonfat ice creams, and tangy frozen yogurt satisfy the need for healthy indulgences.
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The pastry specialists at The Original Magnolia Bakery skillfully set fruit, chocolate, and creams into strategically layered patterns to overwhelm palates with rich flavor. More than 20 pastries populate the menu, such as cannolis, prepared with fresh ricotta cheese, chocolate chips, and a choice of chocolate or vanilla filling and wrapped inside a crispy shell ($1.99), miniature cheesecake built with New York cream cheese ($5.15/lb), and a puff éclair pastry, which, like the bakery itself, is covered with chocolate and contains a whipped cream interior ($1.99). The Original Magnolia Bakery caters to the 15 human teeth that cannot detect sweetness with a deli menu of more than 20 kinds of Italian sub sandwiches ($2.99–$5.99 for a 6-inch, $5.99-$8.49 for a 12-inch).
Kettle & Kernel channels corner candy stores of old, handcrafting each gourmet-popcorn creation and decadent confection with care. The popcorn roster ranges from cozy favorites, such as kettle corn ($1–$20), cheddar cheese ($3–$12), and caramel ($3–$12), to newcomers like root beer, amaretto, and a variegated array of fruit flavors ($3–$12). Luscious fudge ($12 per pound) lures biters into a satisfied lull, allowing a bombardment of sweet, salty popcorn balls ($1–$3) and a hail of hand-wrapped caramels ($12). Kettle & Kernel's Horsey Munch ($6–$36) bridges the gap between dinner and dessert with toasted cashews, pecans, and caramel corn drenched with white chocolate.