Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops build frozen masterpieces from more than 30 signature ice-cream flavors, including classic Cherry Garcia and Chunky Monkey. The peacemaker of the dessert world, Chocolate Therapy quiets fussing cones with pudding and cookies, while Late Night Snack obliterates the munchies with fudge-covered potato chips ($4.40–$5.50 for cups or cones). Patrons can also let spoons spelunk banana-split caves ($7.60) and delve the depths of giant, chocolate-covered waffle cones ($1.75-$1.80 extra). Scoopmeisters blend smoothies from real fruit and a choice of dairy-free sorbet or low-fat fro-yo ($4.40–$5.40), assuaging the figure-conscious and those suffering from butterfat-related night terrors.
Melding the refreshing iciness of the polar ice caps with the sweet bounty of the fruit market, each cup of berrybody frozen yogurt takes taste buds on a globe-trekking journey of refreshment. Made only with natural ingredients and full of healthy nutrients and probiotics, berrybody yogurt is nonfat, contains less than 20 calories per ounce, and is much tastier than gnawing on a crabgrass salad or frozen crab-icicle. Visitors can savor original tart or green tea frozen-yogurt flavors available in small ($3.75), medium ($4.75), or large ($5.95) sizes. Crown your treat with three of 30 available toppings, such as watermelon, coconut, blueberries, and Oreos. New yogurt flavors are available every week for “Flavor Friday,” and patrons can also treat themselves to additional menu items such as the sippable blender ($6.95) or spoonable blast ($5.95).
Each May, families dust off their barbecues, get their bathing suits out of storage, and head to Sno-To-Go for the first of many summertime visits. Since 1997, the dessert shop has introduced countless customers to their New Orleans–style Sno-Balls—shaved ice that's drenched in 51 flavors and optionally layered with soft-serve ice cream. Staffers make the Sno-Balls with up to three flavors, letting customers blend together options such as strawberry cheesecake or Beetlejuice, which is exactly what you think it is: a mix of raspberry, strawberry, pineapple, and mango. When they're not pouring flavors over shaved ice, Sno-To-Go's staffers assemble other classic treats such as peach milkshakes and hot-fudge brownie sundaes.
Herbal gurus at Discover Teas help visitors concoct custom blends from a vast medley of loose-leaf oolong, green, fruit, rooibos, and black teas sourced from around the globe. Take test whiffs of infusions such as the Yorktown Patty blend of chocolate and peppermint ($12), and the Williamsburg Port ($12), a faux red wine, as well as traditional teas such as Lapsang Souchong ($7) and Dragonwell green tea ($8.25). Guests can enjoy freshly brewed pours of a personalized concoction or any of the predevised house blends at the shop’s tea bar while using complimentary WiFi to check the current market price of sugar cubes.
Carrot Tree Kitchens began with a bet: in 1984, a restaurant owner bet founder Debi that she could not surpass his carrot cake. Debi won with her grandmother’s recipe and, after honing her culinary skills and burning through multiple ovens, opened a restaurant renowned for its desserts. The eatery nestles in historic Yorktown’s oldest home, a cottage that, like Chesapeake Bay, was built in 1720. The kitchen honors the history of the building and the neighborhood with classic Southern platters that reach back to colonial times to inspire hearty country stews, barbecue pork, and vegetable dishes. On Wednesday afternoons from March through November, a traditional high-tea service makes the antique environs gently rattle their bricks in delight.
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