Whit's Frozen Custard whips up rich, velvety frozen concoctions using some of the finest cream, eggs, and toppings on the market. Prepared each and every morning with a virtually heir-less blend of fresh ingredients, Whit's custard-crafters top cake cones ($2.25/1 scoop, $3.25/2 scoops) and hand-dipped waffle cones ($3.25/1 scoop, $4.25/2 scoops) with vanilla and chocolate custards, as well as a special weekly flavor that keeps the bowties of salivating snowmen spinning. Whit's custom Whitsers ($3.50–$4.50) swirl house vanilla custard with a staggering array of syrups, candies, fruit, and nuts (one included, $.50 for each additional topping). Daring visitors can indulge in a crafted creation such as the Buckeye Madness ($3.50/small, $4.25/regular), which blends Reese's cups, chocolate syrup, and peanut butter for a taste-bud bull’s-eye.
Owner, Linda Kick started baking over 40 years ago after recieving an Easybake oven from Santa. As a professional decorator and instructor she knows the importance of a beautiful cake, cupcakes, cookies, and brownies that also taste fabulous. From sculpted cakes, cupcakes and dessert towers we can make your dream dessert.
Although the serve-it-yourself yogurt haven is relatively new to the Columbus area, Menchie's has received a slew of praise in other locales, including the number-one vote for best ice cream shop in the Best of the LA Hotlist three years running. Menchie's provides a vivacious variety of live-and-active-culture-filled frozen yogurt flavors and toppings for patrons to mix in and top off themselves. Flavors such as pomegranate tart, maple nut, strawberry shortcake, and vanilla latte lift up mouth garage doors with their sweet disposition and non-accusatory verbal skills. Choose your own exciting ending with toppings such as peanuts, mint cookies, and blueberries atop the lush yogurtscapes, or opt to keep your helping bare and radiating with its own natural beauty. Yogurt offerings come in low-carb, dairy-free, and no-sugar-added choices..
Every morning, Rita's Italian Ice's dessert-makers show up to work and start smashing fruit to bits. They extract the juices, natural sugars, and sweet flesh of each to infuse into their freshly-made italian ices. The ices pair well with custards and creams for mixed treats, or serve as refreshingly cool treats on their own. The staff even take small groups on behind-the-scenes tours of their kitchens, teaching the secrets to freezing mango juice into a silky-smooth texture or milking a banana.