Out front, a glowing sign hangs above the door, reading 'Gigi's Music Cafe.' Inside, you might find live music, karaoke, and even trivia, depending on the day. But one thing remains constant everyday of the week: Gigi's soulful family recipes. A lifetime lover of music, Gigi Brown brought her two passions together under one roof. Gigi's serves classic American dishes with a twist, including fried chicken with a buttermilk waffle, soul rolls—collard green spring rolls—and country turkey meatloaf with sweet potatoes.
Churrasco-style dining, an endless parade of skewered steaks, is often associated with Brazilian cowboys. European influences shine in mild flavors and new ingredients, and the varied countryside blossoms with a range of exciting fruits and vegetables. All of these aspects mingle at the hands of the chefs at Flavors of Brazil as they prepare a menu of Latin-style small plates and barbecued meats. Diners can share appetizers such as cod croquettes or beef empanadas and then bite into savory courses of linguiça sausage, ribs, and top sirloin steak. Glasses brimming with champagne cocktails click together above plates of caramel-filled churros, all of which brings a pleasant end to a meal, unlike a fortune cookie containing facts about home fires.
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs delight discerning palates with a variety of frozen goodies in indulgent flavors. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($3.69–$5.59) or blend into shakes ($6.15) and smoothies ($6.15) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Each Dazzler's three scoops of ice cream settle under whipped-cream peaks, with flavors including Dulce Split, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road ($6.34). Patrons select toppings, sauces, and ice-cream flavors to form customizable sundaes ($4.69–6.59), or deploy straws to taste a Sorbet Sipper ($6.15), which is made of sorbet and then sipped.
The soft-serve-dispensers at Tutti Frutti inspire customers to create edible architecture with more than 40 rotating frozen-yogurt flavors and 50 self-serve toppings. Patrons fill bowls with a choice of frozen yogurt before blanketing their velvety frozen treat with fruit, candy, and nut toppings such as peaches, chocolate sprinkles, and candy corn harvested from a local piñata farm. Though yogurt flavors rotate daily, past varieties have included birthday cake, strawberry banana, and mint chocolate, and average approximately 30 calories per ounce. Name-brand candies, including Reese's, Snickers, and M&M's, are available per ounce to top yogurt creations at both the Pembroke Pines and Pinecrest locations. Upon completing sweet masterpieces, dessert sculptors can submit their handiwork ($0.45/oz., including toppings) to the store's judicious scale to be weighed, priced, and read its Miranda rights.
From behind the counter at Le Délice Crêpes & Ice Cream, servers stuff fresh crepes with fruit, chocolate, and other sweets. They also scoop ice cream and sorbet, plate chocolate croissants and macarons, and pour hot coffee. Natural light spills through the windows, lending the space a cheerful vibe.
Lads and lasses of all ages caper about Funtastic Cafe's indoor-merriment metropolis, frolicking throughout 20,000 square feet of games and attractions. Kids can glide down inflatable slides and clamber across cushioned obstacle courses, liberated from the threat of scraped knees or an encounter with an aggressive squirrel. An expansive collection of arcade games exercises young thumb muscles, and a disco, music room, and theater allow pintsize patrons to explore their inner artiste.
Welcome to the largest Cake Supplies store in South Florida. Carrying a wide variety of fondant, gumpaste, buttercreams, flavors and colors galore! Plus a full stock of pans, boards, tools and ADORABLE baking accessories. One of a kind classes from baking to decorating and the SWEETEST, most knowledgable staff on the block!