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;16The Daily Tar HeelAugust 28, 1989
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By SONJA POST
Staff Writer '
Students with a sweet tooth take
heart: you won't miss Mom's choco
late chip cookies for long. Once you
make your way to Franklin Street, you
will find enough bakeries and frozen
.dessert shops to keep you happy.
The frozen-dessert shops include
,Baskin-Robbins, Ben & Jerry's, Ge
lato D'Oro, Swensen's and The Yo
gurt Pump. The bakeries are Bruegger's
.Bagel Bakery and The Columbia Street
Bakery and Coffeehouse. Holey Do
nuts is the only doughnut shop near
campus. All of these businesses are on
Franklin Street, except Columbia Street
Bakery and Coffeehouse.
Baskin-Robbins on any given day
has at least 40 flavors of ice cream. It
Iserves by cup or cone, as you please,
Jwith no distinction in price a single
Sscoop either way is $1.14. A waffle
!cone, however, is 30 cents more.
iBaskin-Robbins also has pre-packed
1ce cream by the quart, ice-cream sand
wiches, pies and cakes.
Ben & Jerry's has 33 flavors of
JlOO-percent-natural ice cream made in
iVermont. A single scoop in a cone or
'a cup is $1.34. Sugar cones are avail
"able and waffle cones are 50 cents
extra. Three ices are served daily. A
variety of toppings, averaging 40 cents
each, add a touch of flavor to the ice
cream. Ben & Jerry's specialties in
clude ice-cream cakes, sandwiches,
cookies, floats, shakes and freshly
squeezed lemonade and limeade. The
"Vermonster," packed with 20 scoops
of ice cream, serves 6-12 people at
$21.95. If ice cream isn't enough, a
glance around the store shows ban
danas, hats, puzzles and shirts all with
the Ben & Jerry's logo for sale.
Gelato D'Oro has about 20 flavors
of ice cream. It also serves by cup or
cone, but while a single scoop in a cup
is $1.15, a single scoop in a home
made waffle cone is $1.50. Gelato
D'Oro also has seven flavors of frozen
yogurt and three flavors of ices, in
addition to espresso and iced cappuc
ino. Swensen's always has at least 40
flavors of ice cream, and they have the
ingredients to make 175. Ice cream is
served in a cup or cone, same price
either way, $1.05 for a single scoop.
They now serve four flavors of frozen
yogurt. Swensen's is also a restaurant,
so you can sit down and be served.
The Yogurt Pump, an all-yogurt
shop, has five flavors, including choco
late, fruit and vanilla. They sell by
cup or cone, about the same price ei
ther way, $1 for a small cone, $1.16
for a small cup.
Bruegger's Bagel Bakery has 10
flavors of bagels, including cinnamon
raisin, onion, oat bran, poppy and ses
ame seed. A single bagel is 35 cents
and a dozen are $3.50. Bruegger's has
six flavors of cream cheese, including
a rich walnut honey, and it occasion
ally features a special flavor like straw
berry. The Columbia Street Bakery and
Coffeehouse has brownies, cookies,
muffins and all-butter pastries. They
will make custom cakes for birthdays
and other occasions, along with six
kinds of fresh bread daily. They also
serve fresh cappucino, espresso and
other coffees. Individual items are
anywhere from 25 cents to $1.25, with
bread at 99 cents for a baguette and up
to around $1.67 for a loaf. Cakes range
from $8 to $15, depending on size.
The Columbia Street Bakery also has
sandwiches, salads, six kinds of juice,
14 varieties of natural soda and 15
flavors of tea. In the evening, Colum
bia Street features entertainment such
as discussion, drama, music and poetry.
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