The Corner Cakery sweetens significant celebrations with custom-decorated delicacies and an array of sugary snacks. Known for knocking children's cakes out of the park ($25.99 for a quarter sheet), baking gurus design kids' desserts to fit the tastes and current cartoon obsessions of wee ones. Cupcakes step out of their larger sibling's shadow with flavors such as the customer-favorite key lime and the customer-evading invisible strawberry ($10.99 for a dozen, $1+ for one). The Corner Cakery does significant trade in cookies, a child's favorite form of currency, changing fistfuls of change into choice chocolate-chip treats ($8.99 for a dozen, $0.89 for one). Meanwhile, plump red-velvet cake balls make for an easily portable snack ($15 for a dozen).
Tantalizing chowhound tastebuds for 11 consecutive years, Three Crazy Bakers churns out fresh-made bready, savory, and sweet lunch fare from its shop in historic downtown Moultrie. These crafty dough punchers serve up inventive midday replenishment such as the hickory bacon burger, made with Angus beef and layered with bacon, cheddar, and jack cheeses, and tangy barbecue sauce ($6.75), or the santé fe salad with grilled chicken over a bed of crisp lettuce, fresh veggies, and cheese ($6.95). Munch on something sweet, such as large cinnamon rolls ($1.25), dolly bars ($0.50 each), or sate a well-portioned craving with a slice of turtle cheesecake, tollhouse cookie pie, or key lime pie served with whipped cream or ice cream ($3.25). Patrons can tackle the portly porcine flavors of the big pig roll-up, a tomato basil tortilla that arrives steaming off the grill filled with roasted pork, ham, bacon, swiss, and cheddar, along with accents of tomato, onion, honey mustard, and Jim Henson's original Muppet blueprints ($6.75).
Izzo's is an authentic 1950's style Soda Fountain and Grille located in beautiful downtown Thomasville Georgia. Izzo's is known for their old fashioned ice cream sodas, milkshakes, sandwiches and of course hand pattied burgers and fries. Everything is made fresh daily, but hurry, because when it's gone it's gone!
Grassroots Coffee Company's caffeinated connoisseurs boast fresh-roasted beans and brews, complemented by a bevy of fresh-baked treats. Sip on selections of java, roasted on-site daily, including a medium americano ($2.65), latte ($3.60), or freshly brewed coffee ($1.87). Those with rumbling stomachs can suppress abdominal earthquakes with an array of scones ($2.35), muffins ($2.25), and bagels ($1.25), or enjoy bites from a new lunch sandwich menu in the café's hip wood and exposed-brick interior. Grassroots Coffee Company's seasonally rotating beans come from all over the world, including selections such as the Brazil Buena vista ($10.20/lb.), Ethiopian Sidamo ($11.85/lb.), and Sumatra Mandheling ($12/lb.). To the delight of diary lovers and self-obsessed cows alike, experienced baristas wield only local Sparkman's Dairy products.
Dairy Queen offers a cool respite for shoppers tired of fitting-room lines and surly sales clerks. The signature Blizzard's chunky charms are as inescapable as ever, with classic candies and other flavor options blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft serve ($3.59 for a medium). The waffle-bowl sundae slathers vanilla ice cream in fudge for an appealingly layered delight ($3.95), and the milkshake puts spoons to shame with its refreshing strawability ($2.59 for a medium). Hungry bellies can cry out for a crispy onion BBQ grillburger ($3.49) or a footlong hot dog slathered with chili and cheese ($2.69). Vegetarian-minded customers can nibble on a tossed salad ($1.39) or sneak onion rings ($1.39) while everyone else looks for the tofu cookie on the ceiling. With a variety of meal options, grilled delectables offer appetites savory samplings worthy of being referred to as the dessert that comes before dessert.
A newly opened eatery, Nana’s tricks taste buds into thinking it’s summer year-round with a selection of scoopable frozen treats, predessert sandwich snacks, and an afternoon pizza buffet. Ergonomically designed to fit hands, Nana’s sandwiches ($5.25–$6.75) range from a scrumptious roast beef to a tasty pimiento cheese. At 11 a.m. each day, a hidden wall switch is activated, and floor panels flip to reveal an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet ($6.99), which disappears again at 2 p.m. as if it was a hunger-induced mirage. Ice cream cones ($2–$2.75) leave extra hands free for high-fives and brain-freeze massages. Triple scoops board a sunny kayak in the banana split ($4.50), and hand-dipped milkshakes round out the meltables ($3.25). Outdoor seating provides a sugar-crash pad, where the hyper-connected can take advantage of complimentary WiFi to update their online status with a string of satisfied ZzzZzzs.
Elements Coffee Co. provides customers with caffeinated body fuel within a cozy, couch-laden atmosphere. Its bean brewers and sandwich slingers have crafted a multifarious menu, decorated with such creations as the Big New Yorker—corned beef and pastrami huddled beneath a canopy of sauerkraut, swiss, and mustard ($6.85)—and liquid options including the english-toffee white mocha, a concoction of espresso, toffee syrup, white chocolate, and a choice of milk ($3.35+). While charging up your brain battery amid knight armor and orange walls, take advantage of the free WiFi to surf the Internet, update your profiles, or start rebroadcasting UVB-76.