Nothing feels too crazy about the menu at Three Crazy Bakers. The word comfort is more likely to come to mind than crazy, considering all the homestyle breakfast, lunch, and dinner options available here. Diners start mornings off with quiches and fresh fruit, or maybe a cinnamon roll and coffee; at lunch, burgers, wraps, and salads take over. For dinner, along with their popular take-home dinner casseroles?which include lasagna, shepherd's pie, and a kid-friendly hamburger casserole?Three Crazy Bakers also features dinner specials. These take the classic meat and potatoes dinners to a new level with honey-bacon chicken breasts, bourbon-street steak, and prime rib served with a baked potato and side salad.
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).
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.
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!
Nashville's LJ's Side Street Dogs serves up the tastiest franks, cooked and topped just the way you like 'em. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. For those big group gatherings, LJ's Side Street Dogs provides plenty of space to have a good time.
Folks tend to dress down at LJ's Side Street Dogs, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. Catering is also available if you'd like serve LJ's Side Street Dogs' tasty dishes at your next party.
Street parking is available, or, on busy nights, a nearby lot is another option for drivers.
Prices at LJ's Side Street Dogs are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
Though many fro-yo shops have sprung up in recent years, TCBY is no newcomer to the scene. Since 1981, its shops have been scooping, swirling, and topping their lower-fat treat in crunchy candy and fruity sprinkles—but that doesn't mean they've been coasting. They're still innovating, whether it's tweaking standby flavors or developing their signature honey-vanilla Greek frozen yogurt that dishes out protein and fiber without any fat. Fro-yo artisans blend up Beriyo smoothies in flavors such as mangolada and purely peach or infuse Shivers with a choice of sweet topping options. To celebrate a birthday or a jury-duty-selection-pool reunion, you can opt for frozen yogurt cakes and pies. The piece-accommodating treats are layered with frozen yogurt and rich toppings to forge flavors such as chocolate decadence and peanut-buttery fudge pie.