The taste-bud pleasers at Dairy Queen whip up a creamy whirlwind of classic ice-cream treats and toasty mealtime dishes. The signature Blizzard's ($3.49–$5.29) chunky charms are as inescapable as ever, with classic candies and other flavour options blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft-serve. Sundaes slather vanilla ice cream in hot fudge or caramel for an appealingly layered delight ($2.99–$3.59), and cones come either audaciously nude ($2.69–$3.19) or dipped in a luxurious layer of chocolate or crunchy coating ($2.79–$3.29), Alternatively, sizzle-starved denizens can get their fill without walking on coals by noshing on a selection of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and fries.
Yogurty's, a proudly Canadian company, claims that at their stores, no two customers have ever made the same exact treat twice. It would be nearly impossible—low- or no-fat, probiotic-rich frozen yogurt comes in more than 85 flavours, ranging from carmel latte to banana split to red velvet, and 65 toppings allow patrons to swirl, drizzle, and sprinkle tasty treats until they resemble works of icy art. Their gluten-free yogurt, a natural source of protein, calcium, and probiotics, is made from fresh milk right off of Canadian farms and supports healthy digestive systems and immunity. The cheerful stores showcase bright colors—nearly as bright as bubblegum and orange cream, topped with sour gummi worms, and rainbow sprinkles.
Milky Lane Canada is well known for its desserts: thick milkshakes in colours as vibrant as their flavours?bubblegum, strawberry, lime?anchor a menu of sweet waffles, crepes, and ice cream. Yet there's a savoury side to this eatery, too. Guests can fill up with a Cheesy Double B, featuring two beef patties and four slices of bolony, or experience the anomaly that is the Spicy Mexican Fiesta, a waffle topped with Mexican salsa, jalape?os, and grated cheese. Whatever they choose, diners can add their own sauces, breathe complimentary air, and relax in a snack bar splashed with orange, pink, and electric green.
The macaron display case at Ruelo Patisserie is an edible rainbow of tiny, round sandwich cookies. Each flavour is lined up in neat rows, waiting to be savoured with a cup of afternoon tea or alongside another treat from the café. These little sandwich cookies are even known to make an appearance in the shop's extravagant cakes. The cakes are made with classic French cooking methods and the bakers use only natural ingredients every step of the way.