The FroZone has a frozen-yogurt flavor for everyone, including those who prefer their desserts to be sugar- and dairy-free. In addition to serving icy treats with candy, fruit, and nut toppings, the family-run shop hosts a variety of fun events, such as visits from a Queen Elsa look-alike with Disney's Frozen-themed souvenirs.
Named one of the best local markets by Georgia Family Magazine, Lane Southern Orchards cossets juicy treats with loving attention and proper hydration. A sprawling sea of strawberry plants blankets numerous acres of Lane Southern Orchards' grounds, sprouting sanguine offspring ready to be plucked by roving customers, ferried home, and given playful nicknames. Pick-your-own outings allow customers of all ages to forage into the horticultural unknown, bucket in tow, in search of perfectly plump and ripe natural delicacies. Towering deciduous gatekeepers flank the fields, engendering a feeling of being whisked away to a private fruit-filled paradise far from the outside world's petty demands and snootily-worded subpoenas.
Stevi B’s pizza-crafting professionals toss together hand-made dough, original sauce, 100% real cheese, and fresh, hand-selected ingredients to construct traditional and anomalous pies within a festive buffet setting. Ogle the menu before lining plates with handmade bread sticks and slices from specialty pies, such as the bacon-sprinkled loaded baked potato pizza ($6.99–$8.99 for carryout) or the mac ‘n’ cheese pizza ($6.99–$8.99 for carryout), a culinary fusion of alfredo sauce and elbow noodles that invoke childhood memories of singing about Yankee Doodle Dandy's mistake of sticking a blue box in his hat and calling it an authentic pasta dinner. Stevi B's dough-slingers will also custom craft your choice of pizza toppings. The smorgasbord of cuisine allows guests to choose from a bevy of regular round, crusted fare, a salad bar, and a slew of dessert pizzas that includes chocolate bavarian cream and apple crisp ($4.99–$6.99 for carryout). Buffet prices typically range from $3.59 for kids to $5.99 for adults, not including drinks ($1.59–$1.99).
Frozen yogurt doesn't just come in cups at Moo Moo's Yogurt Emporium. Instead, the staff use their probiotic-filled frozen yogurt to create healthier versions of ice cream shop staples. Their signature dish is their banana split, with halved chunks of the fruit topped with nuts and a choice of frozen yogurt. Staff also use scoops to add a chilly, creamy head to Coke floats and to make nutrient-filled fruit smoothies and protein shakes. Frozen yogurt is still available a la carte, which guests can top with fresh fruit and candy from the toppings bar. Banana Splits with three flavors of creamy yogurt, fresh fruit, chips of waffle cones, chocolate syrup, nuts, and topped with whip cream with a cherry. Birthday Party's are a blast with our friendly cow-Mr Moo Moo.
Though the shop can cater to dates, they also offer fun for kids. The back corner of the Emporium is dedicated to kid-friendly items, such as toys for sale, treats, and clothes to change into when the business-suit onesie gets faded.
Crafting notably delectable frozen treats in small batches, Marble Slab Creamery uses high-quality ingredients and makes all of its treats and waffle cones on-site to percolate palates with super-premium ice cream. Just like tax forms, chef-inspired concoctions are prepared on frozen marble slabs to ensure optimal freshness and easy customization.
Sporting a moniker inspired by the owners' daughter, Mia's Cafe (formerly Shelly's Corner Cafe) offers tasty renditions of traditional lunch café favorites. A menu of midday dishes kicks off with portions of lush greenery such as the chicken salad, a half garden salad topped with tomatoes, cheese, croutons, and a heap of tender chicken ($6.50). Kindergarten food critics give rave reviews to the namesake Mia's PB&J ($2.34), while dual-acting parental agents tag along for an assortment of toasted options, including a freshly made chicken salad sandwich ($4.45) or a rye-flanked corn beef Reuben topped with an alliterative array of swiss, sauerkraut, and dressing ($5.50)—all offered on a variety of breads. Carb-evading diners may choose to bundle disorderly toppings of the roasted turkey and swiss, club, or chicken salad into a neatly packed wrap optimized for on-the-go eating ($5.50).