The taste-bud pleasers at Dairy Queen whip up classic ice-cream treats, real-fruit smoothies, and BBQ sandwiches. The signature Blizzard's chunky charms include classic candies and other flavor options blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft-serve ($2.79+). The waffle-bowl sundae slathers vanilla ice cream in fudge for an appealingly layered treat ($5.59+), and the milkshake puts spoons to shame with its refreshing strawability ($3.49+). Staffers come to the aid of sizzle-starved denizens with hot dogs, BBQ sandwiches, and chili-cheese dogs.
Yogli scoops healthy fare and scrumptious frozen treats into the mouth houses of salivating locals. Dig into a dish of creamy self-serve frozen yogurt topped with delectable details chosen from a selection of more than 45 fruity and crunchy toppings. Once you’ve cooled down your yogurt reservoir, reanimate frozen tonguesicles with a soul-warming cappuccino ($2.70–$3.55) or an energizing espresso ($1.55), crafted with coffee beans that are roasted, ground, and read to in-house.
Yogurtland is a colorful, dreamlike destination for frozen-treat fanatics, softly serving up a variety of fun flavors. In addition to offering an impressive mix of classic and creative yogurt flavors such as New York cheesecake, praline, blueberry tart, peanut-butter cup, vanilla wafer, dutch chocolate, and root-beer float, the store lets customers customize their portions of tasty goodness with a variety of toppings. Decorate your dairy delight with fruit such as strawberries, pineapple, peaches, or pomegranate arils, or prove at last that gummy bears, Fruity Pebbles, and frosted animal cookies can get along, provided they have a chill place to hang out together. Yogurtland also offers a variety of flavors with no sugar added, as well as many that are gluten-free.
The sugar specialists at UdderSweets beckon customers with 32 flavors of ice cream and freshly made chocolates. Fill a cone or an enemy's purse with ice cream flavors such as swiss almond fudge, pralines and cream, or toasted coconut ($3.82 for single scoop in cake or sugar cone; $1.95 for extra scoop) with more than 45 available toppings such as fresh fruit, candy chunks, and nuts (cups with toppings $0.39/oz.). Patrons marvel as 1 of more than 50 homemade chocolates melts on tongues, or while noshing on such sweet selections as peanut-butter twists ($3.25) or bear claws ($3.50). Stock up on favorite childhood sugar-high-inducers in the bulk candy section stocked with gummy treats in the shape of peach rings, mini bears, and fish, as well as giant jawbreakers, gumdrops, and rock candy ($0.69/oz.). Should cravings remain, wander to the cupcake and cookie section to wrap hands around freshly baked mini cupcakes ($1.50).
For the owners of Scoops Dairy Bar, operating a food-service business on the coast of Genoa, Italy, wasn't enough. When they stumbled upon a vacant ice-cream store during a Florida vacation, they knew what they had to do: buy the place, and make it a haven for authentic Italian gelato. They re-opened the space as Scoops Dairy Bar and started dishing out gelato in flavors such as triple chocolate and Kahlua tiramisu. They craft every scoop with high-quality ingredients such as imported Italian pistachios and mango pulp from the mountains of India. Decadent scoops of gelato share menu space with other treats including sugar-free ice cream, Nutella crepes, and several different types of bruschetta ideal for a savory snack or a tomato lovers' potluck.
Arena football brings the bone-crunching hits, aerial assaults, and sprinter speed of non-arena football to a 50-yard, indoor field with padded walls and field goals surrounded by rebound nets for even more fast-paced, high-scoring action. Watch this year's Storm squad, led by the AFL's all-time winningest head coach, Tim Marcum, conquer the close quarters and hopefully add a sixth championship trophy. As the passion for passing rises and the scoring works up a fever of fervor, cool off with a soda or beer and refuel by inhaling a hot dog without using your hands.