At four locations, Ooh La La Cupcakes' bakers mix fresh ingredients into luscious batter for 14 cupcake flavours. Among these are the Triple Bypass, a brownie cupcake with caramel filling, caramel buttercream icing, and bits of caramel and Skor bars, and the Monkey Business, a banana cupcake with cream cheese icing. They also design custom cupcakes for special occasions.
If it’s not the scent of freshly baked pastries and cookies that lures noses toward Broadmead’s goodies, then it’s the shelf stocked with freshly baked gourmet breads, all crusty surfaces and soft surprises inside. But once guests force their eyes away from all the single-serving treats, the chalkboard menu boasting specialty organic coffee drinks, italian sodas, and hot breakfast fare is what turns eye candy moments into casual mealtime at the bakery. Along with custom omelettes served with flaky croissants and fruit crepes for breakfast, the allergy-aware bakers also gladly prepare wheat- and dairy-free options while striving to keep all menu items peanut-free. During lunch, vegetarian soups and hot paninis offer patrons a quick getaway for the senses while dining inside the café or alfresco on the large sidewalk patio. :m]]
Much like its bigger sister bakery, Broadmead Bakery, Euphorium Bakery serve a harmonious menu of breads and pastries baked from scratch. In its cozy café setting, patrons nibble on custom toasty paninis, tangy lemon tarts, or spires of soft-serve ice cream. The bakery also remains mindful of common food-allergy issues by maintaining a peanut-free environment and baking several wheat-, dairy-, and truffle-free selections.
One million probiotic cultures per gram sounds like a lot. That's the amount of the healthful stuff you'll ingest when eating frozen yogurt made from powdered mix. But when eating fro-yo made from fresh yogurt, as it's made at Qoola Frozen Yogurt Bar, you'll be consuming as many as 700 million probiotic cultures per gram. It's an astonishing increase, one that's complemented by other conscientious methods: Most of Qoola's products are fat-free, gluten-free, and certified kosher.
Qoola's low-calorie concoctions helps patrons feel better about indulging a bit at the toppings bar, where they can opt for lighter scoops of fresh fruit and flax seeds, or go all-out with crumbled candy bars and chocolate sauce. As committed to the health of the planet as it is to the health of its customers, Qoola uses biodegradable, compostable, and recyclable containers and utensils, and keeps its facility bright and sparkling with energy-efficient lighting and natural cleaning supplies. Qoola also proudly gives back to the community by supporting a number of charitable organizations.
Liberty Cafe's barista brigade decants an assortment of fresh-drip coffees, hand-tamped organic Espressos, and myriad specialty javas. Brewed throughout the day, numerous house blends of coffee ($2.01 each), such as the Canterbury Roasted, awaken taste buds with caffeinated jolts via the alarm clocks etched into their mocha beans. As espresso and hot milk combine beneath a cappuccino's steamed-milk foam ($3.90), the decafe drink ($2.10) supplies tongues with flavourful uncaffeinated sips. Customers can lounge in the brown booths, seats, or leather chairs in the spacious cafe or eschew childhood lessons on sharing to claim the outdoor eating area for themselves. Assorted fresh-baked muffins and scones accompany a menu of lunch items and salads (not included in this offer) and the cafe's free WiFi and stocked shelves of books and games permit patrons to set up camp without having to develop creative solutions to keep bears away.