Yoz Yogurt has been around since 1988. Yoz provides the healthiest frozen yogurt and soft serve products in the area. Yoz is the only yogurt store offering over 35 toppings. Yoz was the first with fat free non dairy soft serve. Yoz was the first to offer non fat, 8 calorie, low carb, no sugar added original tart.
The aroma of freshly made waffle-cone bowls wafts through the shop, beckoning customers to come in and top them with 14 self-serve frozen-yogurt and custard flavors. The bowls support frosty mounds of rotating flavors, such as Texas peanut butter, no-sugar-added mint chocolate chip, and watermelon frozen yogurt, or favorite standbys of vanilla and chocolate custard. All of the frozen yogurt and custard is kosher and gluten-free, and there is always a pair of vegan/dairy-free frozen yogurts in stock. A huge toppings bar stocked with more than 35 toppings⎯including cookie dough, gummy bears, and fresh fruit from nearby Hiller's Market⎯awaits the snowy peaks.
After customers have engineered their creations with as many flavors and toppings as they'd like, they pay by weight, just as new parents do with their babies. Customers can also combine their favorite frozen yogurt and topping flavors into a blended Storm, which has fewer calories and less fat than similar blended ice-cream treats offered elsewhere.
In the summertime, Just Peachy’s patio hums with activity. In colder weather, guests scurry inside to sip hot chocolate or organic coffee from Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea.
The glass pastry case inside Buckner's: A Dessert Cafe holds an assortment of sweets crafted by bakers across Metro Detroit. Patrons can savor forkfuls of cheesecake and pie, nibble cupcakes and brownies, or lick scoops of Ashby's ice cream instead of their neighbors’ earlobes. Pours of coffee, hot chocolate, and tea pair well with the café's treats.
Inside Trifles's vintage-style space, staff members bake specialty wedding cakes, gourmet chocolates, and cupcakes. The bakers adorn their signature cakes in flavors such as banana, carrot, and cherry nut with vanilla buttercream frosting and sugar flowers.
Before Pam Turkin flung open the doors to the first Just Baked in 2009, she was just baking cupcakes on the weekends. But after her corporate travels took her past a growing number of cupcake shops outside of southeastern Michigan, she decided to turn her hobby into a career. She now helms 17 shops in the area, where she and her staff of dessert experts whip up eclectically flavored cupcakes such as red velvet cheesecake, chocolate chip cookie dough, and grumpy cake. In addition to the mouthwatering flavors, all of their items boast real butter, real eggs, and real milk as opposed to artificial ingredients from artificial cows and chickens.
Timbuktu pumps high-speed Internet into 28 computers and gaming systems such as Wii and Xbox Kinect, giving guests an opportunity to virtually compete against opponents or watch Netflix and Hulu. Customers can use the game card on numerous occasions for 10 months after activation, splitting time up as they please in virtual tennis matches, educational games, and classics such as Zelda and stickball. The gaming zone has turned columns into playful palm trees and painted tropical murals on the walls, letting players shun Mother Nature in favor of a gamer's paradise, and stocks snacks in the café to satisfy hungry players after virtual sporting events.