Housed in the center of Mount Holly's historic shopping district, this quaint eatery doles out delicate French American dishes overlooking a soothing natural view of surrounding waterways. Stretch out your leg-logs by the streamside deck and enjoy lunch leisures including the apple-turkey panini, topped with spinach, granny smith apples, cheddar cheese, and apricot chutney on baked sourdough bread ($8.95), and the bleu-lime salad, a multifarious delight where mixed greens, grilled chicken, and crumbled bleu cheese perform a taste bud tango with dried cranberries, mandarin oranges, candied walnuts, and a cumin lime honey mustard dressing ($9.50). Dinner diners can trade bites of pumpkin ravioli ($17.95) or pork normandy ($18.95) at the old-fashioned bar or take a patio seat for a view of the Rancocas Creek's quietly rippling revelry and rambunctious resident leprechaun.
Juniper Organic Cupcakes is a licensed and insured cupcake delivery service that offers home-baked and organic goods. Made entirely with naturally produced or organic ingredients, these cupcakes arrive in recyclable packaging and wear naturally colored frosting. Casual flavors include vanilla and chocolate, and signature flavors include pumpkin pie, red velvet, and strawberry shortcake. The service also offers display accessories, scones, muffins, and fruit and granola bars.
The secret behind Coffee Beanery's successful growth into more than 100 franchises is easy to spot: their roasting process. The company's master roaster skillfully toasts high-quality Arabica beans to create varied flavor profiles, from the slightly sweet to the dark and complex. These flavors come out when baristas brew the beans and blend them with steamed milk, chocolate shavings, and flavored syrups, creating the house's signature drinks. They specialize in drinks on the sweeter side, such as the rich chocolate ice fudge ripple and espresso frappalattes made with a choice of syrup. Guests looking to fuel up with food as well as caffeine can grab one of the cafe's signature toasted sandwiches or salads, creating meals that are satisfying and easy to eat on the go, unlike a watermelon on a stick.
When German baker William Entenmann came to America in the late 1800s and landed his first job in a bread bakery, he probably didn’t realize that he’d soon create one of America’s favorite brands of freshly baked goods. He opened his first Entenmann’s in Brooklyn in 1898, lugging sweets from door to door by way of a horse-drawn wagon. Today, though the mode of transportation has changed, the bakery’s donuts, crumb cakes, dessert cakes, bite-size muffins, and other baked goods continue to perform their dessert duties from supermarkets and bakery outlets across the United States.
In a bustling shopping district among footwear stores, tattoo parlors, and record shops rests Richmond Ice Cream, a parlor with heat-squelching sundaes, milkshakes, water ices, and other chilled, sweet treats. Among their talents, the staff hand-dips cones to order, ensuring that each swirl of soft-serve is deliciously armored from hungry mouths for its first five seconds of existence. The team also blends soft-serve ice cream with a medley of toppings to make cooling blizzards.
Featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and celebrated by both ravenous residents and voracious visitors, The Dining Car & Market has earned its place in the annals of enthusiastic eats. Within its art-deco interior, the venerable neighborhood eatery sates early-morning munchers and late-night noshers alike with its 24-hour welcoming mat and its gargantuan menu. Belly up to a hearty breakfast with the special farmer's omelette, cultivated from plowed fields of peppers, onions, home fries, and your choice of meat ($6.95). Or, quell midday hungerings with a hot roast-beef-sandwich platter ($8.45) or french onion soup, which places its dapper, cheesy tam over a cluster of croutons ($5.20).