Clarencedale Cake’s creations range from four-tiered wedding cakes dotted with elegant roses, to neon-green cupcakes and edible ladybugs. Professional artists design custom cakes for birthdays, weddings, and other special occasions, each of which is nothing less than a unique work of art. They can sculpt a football-helmet cake for a birthday party, or a cake shaped like a Tiffany box for a bridal shower. But customers can drop in for everyday indulgences, too—the bakery keeps a case stocked with cupcakes, cookies, and pastries in a variety of rotating flavors, as well as seasonal specialities such as turkey cupcakes and heart-shaped cookies.
La Isla's dedicated tortilla tamers smother plates with heaping, traditional Mexican dishes and house specialties made to order and served hot and fresh. After diners take their seats in the dining room, complimentary chips and salsa invade tabletops like piquant drill sergeants, ordering malingering appetites to fulfill their digestive duties and drowsy eyes to start ogling the menu. Pause dinner-date gene-splicing disputes and devote jaw flapping to a classic chicken or beef quesadilla fajita ($7.99), or to the delicious assemblage of chicken, scallops, shrimp, and crab united within the Hawaiian-style fajitas ($13.49).
Yumberries brings an element of surprise to its menu of frozen yogurt and deli sandwiches by constantly rotating the flavors and options. Guests can customize 18 types of self-serve frozen yogurt with more than 40 toppings. The selection of sandwiches always includes a vegetarian option, alongside meaty concoctions such as BLTs and turkey sandwiches loaded with gouda and lemon-pepper mayo.
The service is somewhere between leisurely sit down and blazingly fast, a perfect compliment to the restaurant’s middle-ground nature, though the menu definitely takes the high road. It’s full of the eats that little Italian schoolchildren dream about at the moderate prices papas and mammas sing about in the shower.
All Starz Sports Grille provides a cozy rendezvous point for friends, lovers, and anonymous football fans seeking a hearty meal in a homey, away-from-home home. Browse the beer-bolstering menu, which includes quarter-pound cheeseburgers ($4.99), jumbo wings ($4.99), and twin hot dogs—conjoined from birth at the ketchup ($4.99). Sports enthusiasts can immerse themselves in a close game or split their attention between 21 HD screens to monitor multiple matches. Cold drafts are available, as are domestic bottles for cautious patrons to converse in bottle-whistled Morse code. Visit on Saturdays to view adrenaline-pounding UFC matches or swing by on Fridays for foot-pounding karaoke.