The self-service machines lining Yogurtville's colorful walls offer a delicious selection of frozen yogurt that enchants visitors with a tasty, healthy alternative to sugar-loaded desserts. Fill cups with your choice of 16 rich flavors, including raspberry tart, belgian chocolate, caramel cream, and more to begin drafting a structurally sound soft-cream creation ($0.35 per ounce, average cup is $4.50). Lactose-free, gluten-free, and sugar-free options delight sweet-deprived palates for patrons with dietary restrictions. Accessory-minded appetites can choose from more than 40 kinds of toppings, such as brownie bites, Skittles, peanuts, and fresh fruits to enclose their frozen concoction in a candied chrysalis, requiring prompt enjoyment before it metamorphoses into a milky monarch butterfly. Freshly baked waffle cones provide a crunchy reverse-teepee to shelter your handiwork, and a syrupy spread at the hot-fudge station adds a warm complement to chilly spoonfuls. In pursuit of pure tastes, Yogurtville's soft-serve chefs refuse to use artificial flavors, sweeteners, or cosmetic surgeries to craft counterfeit flavors.
Sugar and Frosting strikes the perfect balance between sweet and savory with its lip-smacking baked goods, extensive candy selection, and gourmet popcorn. Made fresh daily with real butter, cupcakes come in more than 50 flavors such as vanilla butterscotch and berry cobbler. The inventive flavoring also carries over to the bakery's popcorn offerings, which include buffalo ranch as well as confetti, a perfect choice for throwing into the air to celebrate a special event or really terrific movie.
From banana-nut to cinnamon, Choo Choo's features a rotating selection of flavors. The dessert designers at Choo Choo's will start by scooping a generous helping of your favorite flavor onto a frozen marble slab. Next, they'll liberally mash in all your handpicked add-ins, eliminating the existential crisis of boring bites. Gummy bears, cookies, fruits, and nuts sprinkle the selection of 33 mix-ins. Children will delight in Choo Choo's treat transportation as ice creams make the rounds on a train chugging around to the cash register. Single scoops start at $2.50, or try a caboose creation with two scoops and three mix-ins served in a homemade waffle bowl ($3.99). Spoon-shunners can slurp up liquid treats with a Wow Shake ($3.99).
If Tom Carvel's ice-cream truck hadn’t had a flat tire one fateful day during Memorial Day weekend in 1934, he may have never started the country’s first retail ice-cream company. Faced with losing his entire supply of ice cream to the heat, he simply sold it from the side of the road. He was so successful that, years later, he opened his first store on that same site. His ice cream shops soon sprang up across the Northeast, and Tom cemented his place in business lore as the father of one of the country's earliest franchises. The Carvel brand now runs shops in 25 states, where servers layer their famous chocolate and vanilla ice-cream cakes with crunchies and whip up batches of their soft-serve ice cream each day to create cones, sundaes, and shakes.
Artsy Cakes FW's team of talented bakers create colorful cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and cake pops that enhance special occasions with visually striking edible party treats. Like famous gingerbread skyscrapers, each full-sized cake is a blend of masterful engineering and culinary skill, with designs ranging from elegantly sculpted shapes and figures made of icing and fondant to multi-tiered wedding cakes that spin on a mechanized pedestal. Artsy Cakes FW also enlivens any event with freshly-baked cookies emblazoned with personalized logos or messages, bakes towering cakes for banquets and bridal showers, and provides information on a trusted network of preferred vendors to ease planning and decoration.