Sugar Shack Bakery’s chefs have created confections to suit a range of customer cravings since the storefront opened in October of 2010. Inside the bakery, decadent magenta roses perch atop cupcakes, tempting customers or taunting conventional roses, who strain to photosynthesize sugar. More elaborate edible decorations—including dainty ribbons and colorful pastel frostings—deck custom wedding and event cakes, imbuing them with the unique vision of each client.
Fish Place cooks everything fresh daily and its specialty is crawfish. The New Orleans?inspired eatery preps the crustacean in several classic ways, from cooking up just the tails to brewing an ?touff?e. Of course, the menu would be remiss to exclude specialties such as shrimp ?touff?e, crawfish ?touff?e, seafood jambalaya, stuffed jalapenos, and boudin balls. Other Southern staples include blackened catfish, shrimp jambalaya, and chicken and sausage gumbo. The sides ring authentic as well, complementing entrees with helpings of red beans with rice and hush puppies, so named because their deliciousness causes diners to speak in an awed whisper for several days.
Each day, the chefs at Pepperoni's Pizza's eight locations crush premium tomatoes into sauces, roll out homemade dough, then cover the freshly baked pies with natural mozzarella. Diners can build their own creations from more than 30 toppings, including bacon bits and pineapples, or opt for more than 10 specialty pizzas such as the New Yorker, smothered with heaping amounts of sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. Their menu also sates hearty appetites with more than 20 oven-baked subs, as well as local favorites such as calzones and smokey BBQ Buffalo wings.
The Fish Place's chefs use a simple recipe for all their dishes: fresh seafood and Cajun spices. Of course, there's a lot of variety to be found within those parameters. They boil shellfish in the hearty broths of gumbos and etouffes, and fry up catfish and oysters with hot Cajun flavors. Fish and shrimp are stuffed full of cheese and other delicious tidbits. Most courses are served with Southern-style sides, ranging from the iconic red beans and white rice to hush puppies.
Cuisine Type: Fresh Cajun
Reservations: Not offered
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Fried/grilled/blackened fish, shrimp
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Delivery / Take-out: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes