Iced is a gourmet cupcake cafe offering over 60 varieties. Cupcakes come in 3 traditional sizes and the "GIANT" cupcake is also available. Iced also offers totally custom gourmet cupcakes, cupcake cakes, petite cakes as well as cupcake decorating parties, delivery and special event set-up services too!
In 1964, brothers Leroy and Forrest Raffel banded together to come up with a new restaurant concept. Arby's took off almost immediately on the coattails of its hallmark roast-beef sandwich and the founders’ idea of providing customers with fast, quality food. Over the company's 48-year franchise history, its foundational pièce de résistance of thinly sliced, juicy beef has been served in a many permutations, and continues to be popular today, served at more than 3,500 stores in North America. Today’s menu still ignites appetites with traditional beef sandwiches, plus hot and seasoned curly fries, fresh-chopped salads, and desserts good for richly capping off meals or bribing any bridge trolls on the way home.
Henry's Smokehouse serves up saucy sustenance with the tenderizing touches of open barbecue pits, hickory logs, chanting, and low heat for up to 12 meat-moistening hours. Satisfy hickory-smoked hungers with Henry's menu of old-fashioned Southern traditions includes BBQ sandwich or chopped pork plates nestled up beside beans, coleslaw, a pickle, and bread.
Sonic boasts a hunger-obliterating menu of burgers, coneys, shakes, and more—all delivered straight to your road vessel by graceful roller-skating carhops. Settle burger-craving stomachs with a supersonic cheeseburger ($4.64), or craft a creative meal out of sides such as chili-cheese tots ($2.69), the cheesy jalapeño poppers ($3.23), and onion rings ($2.50/large), which, like engagement rings, symbolize love and taste better when dipped in ketchup. If crumb-covered palates need a cleansing, swallow a Sonic signature limeade ($1.50/medium) or a slush ($1.50/medium) in any combo of classic flavors, such as cherry, grape, watermelon, or orange. Once eaters have ordered, the all-American feast will arrive balanced atop the head of a roller-butler. Customers are welcome to feast right there in their cars or savor their selections on Sonic's outdoor patio.
Chef William Brown, who has been helming The Open Hearth's kitchen for 35 years, grills fresh catches and sears steaks to such juicy perfection that they earned Fox Faves' Best Steak award in 2010. Small plates include broiled or fried scallops ($8), or a crispy lettuce wedge with a generous sprinkling of blue cheese and bacon crumbles ($5). Let your eyes rove over the main menu's list of scrumptious offerings, which include a tender filet mignon cozied up in the tender embrace of bacon ($25). South Carolina fried chicken ($15) maintains peace between territorial onion rings and gerrymandering steak fries. A full bar and extensive wine list allow patrons to pair their meals with quaffable selections or cap off meals with stirring performances of "Flight of the Bumblebee" on empty wine glasses.
Head chef Valerie Rebellato combines her Brazilian origins with her love for its food in Cafe Paulista Grille’s made-from-scratch menu and its amenable atmosphere. Several meaty entrees encourage sharing, with large portions and a surfeit of sides such as fried banana, feijoada, and rice. Mix up beef and poultry with the Espetinho Caipira for Two, a vision of skewered sirloin and chicken breast ($27.99), among other skewered entree delights. Indecisive or surprise-loving diners can take a gustatory leap and leave their fate in Val’s deft hands, which will cook up whatever’s on her mind (except anything personally allergenic) ($8.99). Wash a meal down with a surfeit of exotic juice combinations ($3.69) featuring aliments such as cashew fruit, acai, and mango, or sip the strong house coffee ($1.99) with a rich, caramel fried banana ($2.99) or brazilian tiramisu ($4.99). Vegetarians and the righteously gluten-averse can find scrumptious delights on the menu. Hearty vegetarian plates ($6.99–$7.99) amalgamate beans, rice, and vegetables with spicy Brazilian flair. All dinners and salads are gluten-free, as are the paradoxical round cheese breads ($2.99 for four). Val will also inventively eschew gluten from other menu items upon request.