Every day of the summer, the backdoor of Anner's Pantry swings open to accept boxes of fresh, fragrant vegetables from organic farms. Out front, an herb garden has overtaken the lawn. Inside, the staff sorts organic produce, meats, poultry, fish, and dairy products. To help their members streamline shopping trips, they organize products into market bags. Available in produce and meat options, the bags' contents change based on what's in season. Fruit and veggie sacks may include watermelon, corn, bananas, broccoli, avocados, and pamphlets from the Tomato is a Vegetable League. The Meat and More bag brims with refrigerator staples such as organic butter and free range, antibiotic- and hormone-free eggs and meats. Alongside the bags, staffers include simple, wholesome recipes and tips on washing, cutting, and preparing more eclectic items.
At All Things Cake, they whip up customized confections to suit any occasion. Cupcakes and party cakes in varying sizes have included a three-tiered wedding cake graced with cascading sugar buttons and pearls and an edible turntable ideal for nightclub DJs on the go. Fledgling confectionery masters can learn to craft their own desserts in themed classes before stocking up on delicious sugar-art supplies from the establishment's cache of fillings, sugar flowers, and high-quality chocolate.
What time is it? Time to grab a delicious bakery treat at Merritt's Bakery.
You won't want to skip dessert when you see the vast selection of sweet treats, including cakes, cookies, and more.
Merritt's Bakery is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Merritt's Bakery as well.
Locals flock to Merritt's Bakery for a meal they know will be high quality and low price.
RoseRock Cafe specializes in home-style comfort food, with chefs building three square meals a day on a foundation of wholesome, hearty ingredients. Meals here are as much about the sides as they are the main courses. Fries, fried okra, and garlic mashed potatoes grace lunch and dinner plates with variety, while most breakfasts come with a side of bacon or sausage?and sometimes eggs, too. Breakfast's main courses include homemade butter-milk pancakes, four-egg omelets, and French toast with eggs. Lunch and dinner entrees, meanwhile, include burgers, and the lavish Death by Bacon sandwich.
Open from 5:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., Paradise Donuts serves sugary donuts, pastries, and cinnamon buns to give patrons a sweet start to their day. The donuts come with sprinkles, chocolate glaze, or creamy centers to fulfill cravings of every type. For a more savory treat, chomp down on a sausage roll paired with a mug of steaming coffee.
Ann's Bakery has a rich history of baking bountiful made-from-scratch breads and satisfying sweet teeth with delectable
confections. Give your stomach a break from digesting cell-phone batteries with scrumptious cookies (from $.60) such as Ann's pecan sandies, frosted sugar cookies, or specialty turtle fudge concoctions. Scale your taste for cake from cupcakes (from $1.25), including red velvet and orange varieties, to cakes ranging from manageable (from $13.95 for a 7") to monstrous (from $55.95 for a 16" x 24" sheet). The fluffy, moist cakes range from traditional white wedding to german-chocolate flavors, with a fulsome fount of fillings to choose from, including lemon, strawberry, post-rock, and bavarian cream.