- 116 reviews
Stuck in traffic for an hour and a half plus waiting in line for another forty minutes, all I could think about was this better be worth it. Drum rolls...WORTH IT 10X!!! Brown sugar gingersnap and Candied Meyer Lemon was my favorite flavors and getting them on hand rolled cone was a must. Now I can finally cross this off ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
One of the better cafe's around Berkeley. There is a huge outdoor seating area with a number of ceiling heater's to keep it relatively warm on cold days. As you may imagine the place is filled with students. Pretty basic cafe food and pastries. Good coffee.Popular withStudentsLocalFoodies
- 53 reviews
I really hate when people try to make a "fake" version of something I really enjoy. Paleo pasta? Pancakes made out of protein powder? Anything vegan or gluten free? I'd say I dislike 99% of those versions. I tried Cinnaholic on accident, to be honest. I would never try a vegan dessert otherwise after having such terrible past experiences. Lo ...Popular withFoodiesVegetarianLocal
- 72 reviews
This tiny little shop is in the tiny Gourmet Ghetto mall, on Shattuck north of the U C Berkeley Campus. It serves Gelato and Espresso. IT hs a range of flavors for your gelato selection, and a range of sizes. This is a great little place for an after dinner delight, or a cool treat on a warm Berkeley day. ...
It was a hot day yesterday, and so I made haste to the Sugar Cone Cafe when I was in the neighbourhood yesterday. My "single" scoop was generous and challenging as I struggled to control my melting stack of ice cream (on a sugar cone of course). The Sugar Cone Cafe also has a tempting selection of cup cakes, other ...
Small little gelato shop in downtown Berkeley. There's lots of people walking around at night, but you still have to beware of your surroundings. Lots of bums in the area, but they mostly mind their own business. Didn't have to pay for parking on Center St by Civic Center Park; plenty of spots late at night! I got the mint; ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
Came here for a "tour" and tasting. I was able to book and appointment last minute. I have to warn you first, and say that it's kind of hidden, and it's not an actual store. It's a little corner in a mini plaza. Our "Guide" was very informative and friendly. We were able to joke with her. Definitely learned what ...Popular withAdventureFoodies
Remember when you were 18 or so, trying to live on your own, maybe using some of your own money, away from the parents? You go to the Big U and you start growing up. But before you do, you start making choices of your own, and discerning what is good and what isn't on your own, because you want ...
I don't understand why this Yogurtland thinks it should serve their yogurt in a melted state. Out of all the other Yogurtlands I've visited, the consistency of the yogurt at this location seems mushier than other places. I'd like for my yogurt to stay as solid as possible while I devour it, not turn into soup after 4 minutes of ...
Yogurtland started only in 2006, but it is growing faster than most other franchises. There are 8 locations in the Bay Area. But there are over 25 in the greater Los Angeles area, and more throughout SoCal. It is now in 7 states, mostly in the West, and also in Japan and Mexico. It's a Yogurtland, so that means PYOFY ...