Eric's LaPatisserie Café sates the morning and afternoon eat reflexes with fresh-baked, oven-hot pastries and gourmet stuffed sandwiches and paninis. Fresh croissants emerge from steaming hot ovens ($3), and toasted bagels remain crisp even while bearing gobs of the eatery’s famous labor-inducing cream cheese ($2). Afternoon appetites, meanwhile, can be sated with a grilled herb-chicken sandwich ($6.25) or a shrimp-and-seafood salad ($5.50).
For over one hundred years, Widoff’s Bakery has handcrafted loaves of bread and other baked goods, prepared fresh every day. The bakery's dough devotees use a secret recipe involving premium, preservative-free ingredients and an elaborate secret handshake to shape specialty bulkie rolls ($6.60/doz.), which encase a soft bread pillow within a crispy crust. Sliced bread, meanwhile, comes in either italian loaves ($2.99/lb.) or rye varieties ($3.75 for 1 lb., $4.75 for 2 lb.). In addition to bready offerings, Widoff’s decorates its overflowing counters with colorful butter cookies ($9.50/lb.) adorned with vibrant patterns such as hearts, flags, or photo-realistic presidential busts. Visitors can further delight sweet teeth by sinking them into bite-sized whoopee pies ($0.99) and caramel cannoli cakes ($12.99).
Yoway Frozen Yogurt delights dessert devotees in a sea of self-serve low-fat and fat-free frozen yogurts buoyed by more than 50 toppings. Five frozen-yogurt stations stand sentinel within the café's lime-green interior, teasing sweet teeth with a rotating selection of 10 daily flavors and 35 flavors overall. Fill paper cups with mango, peanut butter, or eggnog fro-yo to build towering mountains of tart tastiness. After edible edifices are constructed, patrons decorate them at the topping bar, choosing from a selection of seasonal fruits, chopped nuts, and candies such as jellybeans, chocolate malt balls, and mini marshmallows. Each colossal creation is paid for by weight ($0.45/oz.), letting customers craft treats suited to their appetite and the number of pennies in their back pocket.
The sucrose stylists at Sweet Creations bake a bevy of hand-held and decadent sweet treats as well as specialty cakes in a menagerie of flavors and fillings. Give sweet teeth something to brag about at the dental arcade with a sampling of small and large cupcakes ($1.25; $1.75), brownies ($1.95), or plates of half-dozen cookies ($4). Ice-cream-enriched treats are readily available, including brownies à la mode ($3.95) and sundaes ($4.95), and specialty cakes ($40+) come blanketed with house-made buttercream icing or marshmallow fondant and adorned with soccer balls, fire trucks, and still-life scenes from the Constitutional Congress. Sweet Creations also traffics in tasty small and large smoothies ($2.75; $3.25), as well as chocolate lollipops in dark, milk, or white chocolate, all wrapped up with a colorful ribbon.
Lauded for its signature Italian-style pizzas topped with everything from spaghetti and meatballs to mac 'n' cheese, Muncheez pads its menu with burgers, pastas, sandwiches, wraps, and specialty desserts. Diners can nosh on 1 of the 11 signature pizzas, which are flown to the table by a masked, mouthless superhero. Try the Buffalo Soldier, an alfredo-sauced pie topped with buffalo chicken and mozzarella ($7.99/small, $12.99/large), or the Aloha, a Hawaiian-style concoction of ham, bacon, pineapple, and pulled pork ($7.99/small, $12.99/large). Classic and veggie pizza pies also abound.
Wholly Cannoli's talented chefs create confectionary delectables and savory café fare from a compendium of gourmet ingredients. Savor signature items that employ destructive monikers to obliterate sweet cravings, such as caramel-dipped Dynamite Sticks ($4), crunchy ricotta Cherry Bombs ($4) and Hawaiian pineapple Landmines ($4), which detonate piña colada cannolis upon contact with teeth. Like a piñata filled with meat, a full lunch menu sates more voracious hunger pangs with hearty selections including horseradish-garnished wholly roast-beef wraps ($6.25) and napoli sandwiches ($6.25) that love taste buds with every ounce of their tender artichoke hearts. .