Patrons at Zinga! Frozen Yogurt fill up their cups with any of the 12 different frozen yogurt flavors on rotation, which have included sea-salt caramel, açai energy, and new york cheesecake. More than 50 total non-fat, low-fat, and no-sugar-added flavors pair up with self-serve toppings such as cookie dough, hot fudge, and fruit.
Ginger Brown was 20 years old when she decided that rather than serving in the church, like her father, she could faithfully serve in the kitchen. More than two decades and four million customers later, Ginger still warms guests' bellies and souls with country-fried steak and shrimp, more than 25 homestyle sides, and cinnamon rolls dubbed “world famous” for ferrying Christopher Columbus as he floated across the Atlantic.
Open six days a week, Campos Farmer’s Market gathers a selection of largely locally sourced produce under one open-air roof. Arranged in buckets and baskets, the colorful inventory of edibles ranges from grapes and pears to juicy pineapples and spicy jalapeños, lined up alongside locally made iron artwork.
Nothing Bundt Cakes mixes fresh eggs, genuine butter, and real cream cheese into rounded risers worthy of slapping up on Mom's fridge. Choose from nine moistened cake flavors, such as ravishingly rich red velvet or swirlishly scrawled marble. Lemon bundt cake goes particularly well with tea parties attended largely by rabbits, mice, eccentric haberdashers, and confused British girls, and raging chocoholics can get a day’s worth of fixes with the moist and decadent chocolate chocolate chip. Every cake, from the pineapple-studded carrot cake to the streusel-like pecan praline, comes topped with thick petals of Nothing Bundt Cake's signature cream-cheese frosting. Sizes start as small as a single serving (wee bundtlets are $3.99 each, $45 per dozen), and go all the way up to a two-tiered cake ($65, serves about 26) that resembles a frosted snowman, which is perfect for any autonomous ice monster's first birthday. Split the menu down the middle with an eight-inch, frosted bundt-in-a-box ($18.50).
Inside Yogurt Zone, staff serve up a mix of classic and unique frozen yogurt flavors, such as non-fat birthday cake and low-fat Heath toffee crunch. These frozen creations can also sport a range of toppings, from Fruit Loops and Oreos to cheese cake pieces and yogurt raisins. In addition to dispensing dessert, the shop focuses on reducing and recycling its waste to leave a smaller environmental footprint.
For more than 15 years, Yogolait has stocked its self-serve fro-yo machines with a rotating array of nine flavors. Each week, favorite flavors stand at the ready alongside less traditional choices, such as aloe vera and green tea. Creative toppings include locally sourced honey and fruits, smooth chocolates, and mochi. The dining area's decor befits the inventive ingredients, populated by inviting leather couches, clusters of hanging lamps, and a blanket ban on disappointing balsa-wood spoons.