A dollop of Irish Mint on a cornstarch spoon. Scoops of Caramel Oreo nestled within a biodegradable bowl. A drop of Luscious Lychee gently wiped away by a recyclable napkin. Go Greenly expertly combines two things that may seem like total opposites: mouthwatering indulgence and responsible conduct. But while the flavors might seem guilt-inducing, the fat-free recipe and made-fresh-daily status of the more than 20 frozen yogurts won't weigh down the conscience or the waistline.
Although the menu features classic favorites, such as french vanilla and red velvet, it also ventures into exotic realms. The signature flavor, Taro, for instance, comes from a tropical vegetable and imbues the creamy yogurt with a distinctly sweet-and-tart taste.
Fresh ingredients and hearty portions characterize the eclectic eats at Luna De La Cosecha. Guests can stop in for lunch staples such as a BLT paninis or mediterranean chicken wraps lined with feta and cous cous. Other options include Latin-inspired empanadas and quesadillas, which heat up palates before fresh fruit smoothies cool them down.
Cuisine Type: Bagels, coffee, sandwiches
Number of Tables: 1?5
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Breakfast sandwiches
Delivery/Takeout Available: Yes
Pro Tip: Ask for a free taste of our exclusive Toby's Estate Coffee or housemade cream cheese
Fast Eddie’s Billiards Cafe takes playing pool and drinking beer to the next level. Sure, the standard domestics are available, but besides the expected lagers and neon signs, Fast Eddie’s boasts an impressive menu of craft brews. More than 50 choices include Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, Allagash White, and Smuttynose Robust porter. Imported beer, wine, and premium liquor are also available to add entertainment to billiards tournaments.
Every day, bagels emerge from the ovens at Manhattan Bagel. Crisp on the outside, doughy on the inside, they form the perfect base for customers to top with cream cheese, whether plain or blended with fruits or veggies. Bagels are also split in two to build sandwiches, with eggs and bacon for breakfast, or deli meats and crisp veggies for lunch. Not limited to bagels, the eatery also crafts sandwiches using wraps, focaccia, and other breads. Specialty coffee drinks get brewed with beans roasted in small batches for a smoother flavor than using a file to even out each bean's rough edges.
The eye-catching crepes at The 3rd Wave Cafe & Crepe are veritable works of food art. The chefs stuff the flaky crepe dough with such savory fillings as grilled Atlantic salmon, steak, and lemon-pepper grilled chicken and then top the creations with dots of cheese and fresh herbs. All the beef and poultry that go into the crepes are antibiotic-free, and none of their gustatory delights contain preservatives, additives, or black magic.
The shop also hits dulcet notes with dessert crepes, pastries, and confections. They pack those crepes full of sweet fillings, such as fresh fruit, before crowning them with more fresh fruit and drizzling Nutella on top. The menu's other international flavors take shape in the form of buttery croissants, gelato, and tartlets, which pair well with organic coffee and tea.