You can have your favorite coffee drink served hot, frozen, or over ice. Whether you're in the mood for a hot Miracle Mocha, or a frozen hot chocolate, they have something for you. They have a variety of loose leaf teas to choose from to enjoy with your locally baked scones, cookies and fresh baked muffins. As the cool season approaches, so do the delicious seasonal drinks such as the White Peppermint Mocha, Eggnog Latte, and the Gingerbread Mocha.
During the week, Miracle Coffee hosts a range of events. These include a kids-focused story time offered on the second Tuesday of the month, as well as open mic nights that cater to local musicians or auctioneers that like to practice between gigs.
Chocolate, coconut, peppermint, pistachio, raspberry, and salted caramel—at YoBerry Frozen Yogurt, these aren't a sundae's toppings. Instead, they're its foundation. Other frozen yogurt flavors include apple pie, cake batter, red velvet cake, and blueberry açai, making these sweet treats a clear step apart from the everyday ice cream. Once toppings such as mochi, almond bits, breakfast cereals, and white chocolate chips start piling on, desserts can get so elaborate customers may have to apply for a building permit.
After more than a quarter-century of layering sandwiches, whipping up fresh salads, and ladling out bowls of piping-hot soups, Vineyards Deli Basket has the delicatessen business down to a science. The extensive menu lists more than 100 entries, broken down into sections for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as specialized options for healthy choices and Jewish catering. There are traditional deli standbys, such as a BLT or turkey reuben, as well as less traditional selections, such as barbecue wings or the jumbo Vienna hot dog, which is the size of a city bus.
The glass pastry case inside Buckner's: A Dessert Cafe holds an assortment of sweets crafted by bakers across Metro Detroit. Patrons can savor forkfuls of cheesecake and pie, nibble cupcakes and brownies, or lick scoops of Ashby's ice cream instead of their neighbors’ earlobes. Pours of coffee, hot chocolate, and tea pair well with the café's treats.
While children have playgrounds and arcades as places to find fun, adults have places like Franklin Fine Wine & Cafe. Home to a dizzying array of wines and craft beers, Franklin Fine Wine & Cafe also satisfies appetites, dishing out more than a dozen different made-to-order sandwiches and specialty pizzas that are perfect for a quick lunch, dinner, or snack during the intermission of a drag race. The Hawaiian Volcano pizza anchors the shop's selection of pies, scorching taste buds with a spicy combination of ham, bacon, pineapple, and jalapeno. During their visit, patrons can also check out the shop's cigar room, and on Friday nights, they can try out new wines during free tastings.
Though it's not literally a city made out of yogurt, Yogurt City has enough flavors for residents of a small burg. The dessert eatery—whose motto is Easy, Healthy, Affordable—blankets the taste buds of its temporary residents with offerings such as angel food cake, cookies 'n' cream, pumpkin, and root beer float. Patrons choose their own from a rotating selection, later dolloping them with toppings in the form of fruit, candy, or a half-decadent mixture of the two.