Our master-bakers blend over 60 years of tradition into every hand-made tin & tray. The result? Old-fashioned taste that you only find in cookies baked from scratch. Celebrations, corporate gifts, care packages, old-world butter cookies are perfect for the occasion.
DeCiantis Ice Cream's scoopers dole out helpings of more than 40 flavors of ice cream mixed on-site & appease appetites with a menu of baked goods, sandwiches, and pizza. Sucrose-seeking customers can pile cones, cups, or elegant vases with ice-cream flavors including toasted-walnut fudge, blueberry cheesecake, and orange pineapple ($2.50–$4.35), or dress sundaes ($4.35 for a small, $4.90 for a large) in silky hot-fudge or caramel sashes. To remain in the judgmental food pyramid's good graces, diners can opt for sugar-free ice cream ($2.95–$4.90)—including maple walnut, coffee, and lemon—or soft-serve ice cream ($2.70–$3.50), which graces bellies in delectable 95 percent fat-free varieties. Diners pining for savory satisfaction can sink fangs into slices of Boar's Head meat sandwiches, such as the roast beef ($5.75) or pastrami ($5.75), or enchant taste buds with the mediterranean pizza's ($4.75) seductive Greek accent.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt's network of self-serve dessert shops treat taste buds without expanding waistlines. Each cup of creamy frozen yogurt is priced by weight, and comes in an endless assortment of possible flavor and topping combinations. Guests can spoil their dinner without spoiling their diet thanks to Orange Leaf's sensible selection of low-fat treats, some of which clock in at as few as 25 calories per ounce. After diners top their fall-themed or chocolate-flavored desserts with crumbled graham crackers, peach slices, berries, or granola, they can dig in amid the shops’ bright green-and-orange-color scheme.
At Yogurt-Riffic, patrons help themselves to a self-serve selection of eight different frozen yogurts drawn from an inventory of more than 100 different yogurt flavors. The selection varies regularly to include staples such as chocolate and vanilla as well as uncommon flavors such as red-velvet cake—all of which can be customized with granola, fresh fruit, or heaping spoonfuls of Nutella. Guests can also sip on coffee on the outdoor patio, or take home one of Yogurt-Riffic’s signature “yogurt pies”.
Patti Reslow and Nancy Swanson, the owners of Swede-a-Licious, bake a select assortment of sweet Swedish specialties, all free of added preservatives. Several pastries are reminiscent of coffee cake, such as the cardamom coffee braid and the Berry Berry Licious, a braided sweetbread filled with raspberry and blueberry preserves. The bakers also assemble Scandinavian party cakes, a showy stack of 18 almond-butter cookies that can be customized for seasonal parties or used as a stand-in holiday tree.
For more than 25 years, the bakers at Scrumptions have crafted wedding-worthy desserts using fresh ingredients and 20/20 eyes for detail. Patrons may test traditional sweets with 13 vanilla or rich chocolate cupcakes, crowned with creamy buttercream icing and perfect for swaying a jury. Boxes of cookies satisfy tongues with varying tastes by serving up four classic flavors: chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, double chocolate, and sugar. Customers should call ahead to place an order, which are generally ready for pickup, delivery, or decorating a large sunhat within two to three days (delivery fee not included).
Eggroll Café's menu boasts inventive ingredients like replacing eggrolls' classic fillings with the tastes of cheeseburger, spinach and feta, or steak fajita inside the familiar golden, crispy crusts. The kitchen shies away from the use of added preservatives, flavorants, colorants and trans-fats. Far from the average Asian eatery, here, baristas whip up flavored lattes in irish cream or white-chocolate flavors to pair with bento boxes full of General Gao's chicken, Chicken Katsu, and Spicy Korean Pork. Among the bright yellow walls, patrons sip fruit-flavored bubble teas and take bites of cinn' apple dessert eggrolls to top things off.