At Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room we create lifetime memories. We are a gir's heaven. How do we know? From the all the shrieks and squeals we hear when girls enter our dollhouse. Moms and dads love us too because their little princesses leave with the biggest smiles on their faces and the fondest memories in their hearts!
The knowledgeable staffers at Juice It Up! help customers to make healthy, delicious choices by blending fresh fruits and juices into refreshing beverages. More than 15 years since its founding, the juice chain has expanded to more than 100 locations, each staffed by employees dedicated to the shop’s healthy mission. Fruits, nonfat yogurt, and sherbets blend with unique ingredients such as chai yerba mate, fresh carrot juices, and green tea to make up specialty smoothies.
Customers seeking more solid sustenance can opt for bowls of organic omega 3-rich honey granola topped with açaí, bananas, and mangoes. Many locations welcome customers in with elements of West Coast–inspired decor such as California-mission-style windows, bright yellow and orange color schemes, and aspiring actors passing out headshots.
From stainless-steel founts mounted in teal-tiled walls, Razzle Dazzle Frozen Yogurt's eponymous treat flows into cups before being sprinkled with fun toppings. A menu of flavors that rotate weekly, such as cake batter, Hawaiian Delight sorbet, and dulce de leche, form creamy swirls as customers fill their cups with their preferred portion sizes. Bins of cookies, candies, and fresh fruits wait to be spooned onto frozen peaks, creating complete treats that can be enjoyed inside the shop, on patio seating, or in your getaway car.
Named 2009 Micro Roaster of the Year by Roast Magazine, Klatch Coffee's casual coffeterias celebrate some of the world's highest quality coffee, carefully sourced to international farmers under direct trade ethics. Roasted in small batches for maximum freshness and minimum inter-bean squabbling, Klatch's java pleases patrons with a drip coffee of the day ($1.95–$2.20), as well as designer drinks such as the Mexican mocha ($3.40–$4.30), infused with spicy Ibarra chocolate. Discerning slurpers can also sate barking bellies with a hammy, cheesy eggel sandwich ($3.99) from the breakfast menu, or train teeth on heartier lunch fare such as a cranberry walnut salad ($3.75) or turkey pesto panini ($5.95).
Founded by ice-cream enthusiasts Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone Creamery has grown to more than 1,400 locations across North America. Each day, the shop's scoopers mix up fresh batches of ice cream and sorbet, which are served by the scoop, piled high in sundaes, and blended into shakes. After customers choose their desired flavor, the staffers toss the chilly sustenance upon a slab of frozen granite and fold in a smorgasbord of candy and nuts to achieve the ideal ice-cream-to-add-in ratio. Customers can dream up their own creations or opt for a signature masterpiece, sampling one of more than 11.5 million possible flavor combinations, which still await a brave conqueror to unlock them all. To accommodate sweets cravings at celebrations, staff members also dish out premade treats, such as ice-cream cakes and baked goods.
Inside a clean and colorful Yogoo à la Mode, stainless-steel dispensers glow side-by-side, dispensing a wide array of fat-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free frozen yogurt. More than two dozen flavors rotate regularly through the 10 dispensers, and range in composition from pomegranate tart to english toffee. Toppings decorate fro-yo ribbons with strawberries and sprinkles, along with thick swaths of hot fudge. For those in favor of scoops, creamy gelato piles into cups, flavored by pistachio, roasted almonds and figs, and strawberry lemonade.