MeMa's Bakery whips up traditional tastes, with sweet treats and lunch items made on-site daily. Named after owner Loraine Waldeck's sister's mother, MeMa's prides itself on being family owned, operated, and oriented. Sink your sweet teeth into a playfully decorated, hand-cookie-cuttered sugar cookie ($1.69), or one of MeMa's signature pastries, such as the traditional English-walnut povitica ($2.99 per slice), authentic German apple or cherry strudel ($2.49 per slice), or the Chateau Avalon ($3.99)—a giant cinnamon roll that's FDA approved for small and medium people too. MeMa's pastries may be purchased individually or in assorted trays ($16.99–$54.99, depending on tray size and pastry choice).
The pubs of old Dublin were painstakingly built, their dark hardwood accents wrought by carpenters who truly knew their craft. There, under the cozy glow of dimly lit lamps, the working class could easily unwind while nursing a heavy pint. The Dubliner pulls inspiration from these iconic meeting places, pairing a traditional Irish atmosphere with hearty pub fare and melodies from live musicians. Chefs prepare such favorites of the isle as corned beef and cabbage, and bangers and mash, along with sweets such as bread pudding and whiskey torte. The Dubliner also oversees a collection of fine whiskeys. Patrons may purchase entire bottles of these select pours, storing them in rentable lockers to ensure their safety from bootleggers trying to siphon off their smooth, rich labels.
Ingredient restaurant offers a smorgasbord of gourmet and customizable culinary bites in a quick-serve atmosphere, catering to dietary restrictions whenever possible. Local ingredients claim squatter's rights on the menu, sprucing up dishes such as the custom salads ($8.95), with more than 75 options to arrange into fully functioning veggie ecosystems.