When the proprietors of Kupz Frozen Yogurt & Coffee decided to brew their own cups of joe, they knew not just any beans could make the cut. That’s why they partnered with Willoughby’s Coffee & Tea, whose carefully selected beans flavor Kupz’s house-roasted blends. On the cooler side, Kupz’s staffers serve specially blended flavors of frozen yogurt, as well as 20-ounce smoothies, which each contain more than five servings of real fruits, such as mangos and bananas. Coffee, yogurt, and smoothie feasts unfold inside a cozy storefront equipped with free WiFi and iPads.
The ingredients on The Stand Juice Company's menu recall the flavorful produce from roadside farmers? stands of yore, presented in a decidedly modern way. Starting with fresh?always organic?whole fruits and vegetables, the staff blends its ingredients into juices and smoothies that are hearty enough to make a meal of. These flavorful liquids also make up the five-day juice cleanse, in which customers stop by each morning to pick up fresh bottled juices. They then drink the juices in a prescribed order to aid the body in cleansing long-lingering toxins and intestinal debris. For bigger appetites, the staff slings its veggies in both salad and sandwich form.
Rumors European Cafe invites visitors into a charming Old World atmosphere filled with rich, flavorful coffee, sweet treats, and good conversation. Guests sip coffee and tea from colorful ceramic mugs as they chat with friends, nibbling on freshly baked pastries, and earthy chocolates.
Alex Rubeo wants to take you on a journey. Crossing the threshold into Mariela's Wine Bar, rich hardwoods and a humble atmosphere aim to transport the senses to a faraway place—to France, or maybe Italy—where visitors sip glasses of wine, share intimate conversation, and snack on shareable plates. Alongside pours from the rotating selection of wines by the glass, live music and tastings add to the relaxed atmosphere of cozy tables, a well-stocked bar, and the occasional Snuggie-clad bartender.
At Cap's Country Market & Deli, guests sip cups of fresh coffee as they flip through local newspapers, chat with friends and neighbors over lunches of grass-fed burgers or housemade pizza, and dine on deli sandwiches. Diners chow down on smoked meat, baked goods fresh from the oven, or order movable feasts of catered deli and diner cuisine for off-site parties and get-togethers.
A coastal grill from the owners of Oar Steak and Seafood, Latitude 121 takes advantage of its location not far from Long Island Sound with a diverse seafood menu. In a review, the New York Times highly recommended the lobster pot pie and Chilean sea bass, but guests can also opt to go raw with a bevy of fresh clams, oysters, and tuna tartare. Just as the ocean's fish live peacefully alongside mermaids' pet turtles, Latitude 121's menu has more than just seafood. Filet mignon and angus beef burgers highlight the turf options, and desserts include scoops of Gifford's signature ice cream.