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).
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!
Marble Slab Creamery has used its cold-marble technique to fashion gourmet ice cream and frozen treats fresh in-store since 1983. Customers look on admiringly as expert marble mavens take fresh flavors—including distinctive varieties such as peanut-butter banana, european-chocolate rum, and the pineapple-tinged piña colada—and blend in any of more than two dozen mix-in ingredients ($0.69 each). Add-in options include familiar candies and fresh fruits, which smoothly acclimate into each slab-spun creamy concoction and find solace in a spoon-ready cup, a freshly baked, hand-rolled waffle cone ($4.19 for a small; $6.19 for a large), or in the missing marble hands of Venus de Milo. Patrons may also abscond from the establishment in possession of a quart ($8.89) or pint ($6.89) of any flavored frosty dessert.
At B2 Café, sandwich artists layer inventive sandwiches, bagels, and wraps with fresh, high-quality ingredients and flavors. Chefs quickly craft each mealtime creation, appeasing appetites with signature sandwiches such as the roast beef with cream cheese and hot au jus or the Club Melt with provolone cheese. B2 Café also whips up salads, soups, coffee drinks, smoothies, and specialty frozen drinks. The restaurant serves breakfast all day, sparing breakfast-cravers the trouble of salvaging unwanted muffin bottoms from the morning's leftovers.