We are obsessed with the concept that our wedding and special occasion cakes taste as good as they look (if not better). Needless to say, we make all of them with one (or two) of our signature cake batters – then build from there by suggesting fillings and frostings to match. Then we work with each client to customize a look. You can find some of our previous designs in the Gallery. We encourage, however, to let your imagination be your guide.
Daddy’s Fried won’t let you down. My friend was denied of fried dough for one year. “For tourists. Gross. It’s just a street vendor. You don’t want that,” our friend and host in Boston told him a year ago
Would I ever wait over an hour for this snowball in such heat? Probably not. But if I’m ever in the area, I would pass by to see where the line is.
There is a story about the Duke of Edinburough, the Queen’s husband, visiting a small town in northern Canada. During the royal visit he had lunch at the local diner. He was accompanied by his entourage and members of the local and national press who crowded into the adjacent booths and tables. It is easy to imagine the attention lavished on a British Monarch dining at the local establishment. Of course all eyes were on the royal booth when the restaurant’s proprietress came to the table…
We got the waffle w/ ice cream and the shaved ice. I can’t decide which one was worse - they both tasted like fruity pebbles. Halfway through eating it, I felt like a zombie eating a plate of brains (thanks to all the red food coloring). While that might be a plus to some customers..it was very unappealing to me.
Modern Pastry cakes, cookies, candies, and pastries have been a part of Boston area gatherings for many generations. We enjoy seeing, and hearing customers speak proudly of their experiences, over the years, in our bakery. Together we have celebrated birthdays, graduations, promotions, weddings, christenings, retirements, holidays, and so many, many other special occasions.
A funky indie diner setting offering Chef/Owner Joanne Chang and Executive Chef Karen Akunowicz’s very personal interpretation of Chinese, Taiwanese, Thai, and Vietnamese specialties.
Great place for breakfast or lunch. Mike runs a super restaurant that has been frozen in time. It’s a hangout for the Fort Worth Police chiefs and captains. I’d feel really sorry for anyone stupid enough to try and rob the place. At anyone time I am sure there are several detectives and undercover police eating there.
René welcomes you to the RIM Cafe on the famous Italian Market, where you will find him behind the espresso bar ready to whip you up his famous Rene Espresso, or his Award Winning Hot Chocolate, the Volcano.
“Food, passion, and the Goddess — as defined by Sarah Schulz — have all come together to form a reimagining of bread pudding. This truly timeless dessert has inspired me, and with Schulzies, I hope to pass on this inspiration and remind everyone that there really is nothing better than baking love.
Society Bakery opened 2003 in Dallas, Texas. The born and raised Texan founder loved to bake, loved to sell, and wanted to change the world around her. Society Bakery is a true Dallas original.
Tillman’s is a place for really good food, drinks, and music in a fun, casual, come-as-you-are environment.
Chicago’s oldest restaurant; fine German fare in the heart of the Loop. German Restaurant, German Food, European, Oktoberfest, Sausages, Root Beer and Beer.
Welcome to Blue Dot Donuts of New Orleans, Louisiana, where we take donuts to a new experience. We feature our famous Bacon Maple Long John and other specialties such as Peanut Butter and Jelly, Red Velvet w/ Cream Cheese, and huge Apple Fritters. All of our donuts are made on the premises each morning and are all hand cut.
Since 2005, Ashmont Grill has brought a cup-full of culinary cheer to Dorchester’s Peabody Square with its wallet-friendly menu of modern tavern cuisine, from grilled local bluefish or braised short rib with farm vegetables, to lighter fare like the chef’s charcuterie board or grass-fed burgers.