If you’ve ever wanted to try Thai ice cream, you need to go to this food truck. You can watch the whole process as they mix, fold and chop your ice cream into rolls, not scoops. When the weather warms up, they’re open all week. When winter rolls around, they switch to weekend-only hours.
Gourdough’s Big. Fat. Donuts. food truck offers only dessert items, while Gourdough’s Public House serves a full menu at two brick-and-mortar locations. You can order one of their combos or create your own. You can also add extra things to the combos.
Located in the same food truck eatery as Bananarchy, this snow cone food truck creates fluffy yummy shaved ice for you to enjoy. Like Churro Co, they also do a lot of their marketing on their Instagram. If you can’t try them before their “winter break” starts, be sure to check them out when spring arrives.
Their fresh daily-made hot chocolate is made with 60% dark chocolate. Yay, antioxidants. You can taste the richness of the chocolate without the overwhelming sweetness that you would usually find in chocolate desserts.
While Halcyon is a coffee bar and lounge, I’ve never actually heard anyone call it that. I’ve always referred to it as “the s’mores bar.” You can order between two sizes, with everything you need served on a wooden platter with a small personal fire in the middle. With winter approaching, this s’mores bar is a perfect, cozy place to hang with friends or with a date.
Are you a fan of Arrested Development? You’ll love this place regardless. They announce weekly specials on their Facebook page, which have included crazy good concoctions like Pumpkin Spice Banana, Peanut Butter Pie Banana and Strawberry Nutella Dream Banana.
If you’re the adventurous type, you can try one of the their specialty items. If you’re a fan of the classics, they also serve plain churros with ice cream. Each order is big enough to share between two people, but not big enough that you can’t have all the goodness to yourself.