With more than 60 toppings and eight different flavors featured daily, Frozo's offers tangy, tasty frozen yogurt in a seemingly limitless amount of combinations. Yogurts are priced at 39 cents per ounce and are backed by a massive arsenal of flavors, which are phased in and out of rotation, much like Earth's three identical moons. Submerge taste buds in fruity flavors such as Luscious Lemon or Georgia Peach, or satisfy a candy-bar connoisseur with Heath toffee or Mounds Bar creations. Sugar-free options abound, such as boysenberry and cappuccino, and dairy shunners can still get in on the fro-yo fun with Passion Fruit and Mango Tango. Complete a dessert masterpiece with a crown of sprinkled toppings, which range from fresh strawberries and kiwi to peanut-butter cups and gummi bears. Those that are still hungry even after inhaling a mountain of yogurt can sip on fruit smoothies or enjoy a post-victory coffee. Snack on a healthier alternative to ice cream and taste the bounty of Norway's yogurt fjords with a visit to Frozo's.
More than 30 flavors of icy treats chill behind the counter at Real Ice Cream, which has been tending to sweet teeth for more than three decades. Using scoops rather than the tiny jackhammers favored by many modern ice-cream parlors, Real Ice Cream staffers mine the freezer for both traditional tastes—such as vanilla, rocky road, and mint chocolate chip—and exotic, Indian-inspired flavors, including saffron-accented pistachio, coconut pineapple, and cashew 'n' raisins. Along with conventional cones, Real Ice Cream's icy scoops also can anchor other decadent desserts found on the menu, such as milk shakes, sundaes, and banana splits.
Drawing upon years of culinary scholarship and experience, Simpleicious's chefs, Melodie Hack and Dayna Pawlowski, sculpt their signature gourmet oatmeal-chocolate-chip cookies from scratch. The pastrysmiths line ovens with mouthwatering morsels by the dozen, then lightly dust them with sea salt. Completed cookies taste simultaneously salty and sweet, while their chewy interiors and crisp exteriors make them ideal as quick snacks or as bookmarks for hard-to-finish novels.
Barefoot Coffee Roasters specializes in mostly organic coffees harvested from the world over that display delicate coloratura notes and flavor profiles exemplifying the origin of each bean. Be it the La Montanita #27 from El Salvador ($24), the sweetly sinful Sweetness! Espresso blend (12 oz., $13), or even the Kopakama produced by women's co-op members in Rwanda ($12), an education in coffee flavors is yours for the taking. The complementary sweet nectar of bovine from Straus Family Creamery enriches the café's creations, and delectable confections from Satura Cakes and Snake & Butterfly Chocolates promise to please any post- or pre-coffee palate.
Schurra's Fine Confections has been a family run business since 1912. We specialize in hand-made confections ranging from classics like Peanut Brittle, Buttercreams, Caramels and Toffee to more modern creations like Private Reserve Truffles (a European style line of truffles).