Bake Me Happy
Co-owner Wendy Miller Pugh began her journey into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking in 2006. After many years of self-study, she decided to take an immersion course at the acclaimed Culinary Institute of America and began trying out recipes on unsuspecting friends. Bake Me Happy is committed to “making your next bite the most decadent thing you have tried since sliced bread.” Wendy is a part of the LGBTQ community she serves and understands the importance of being a small business owner.
Looking for fresh, handmade ravioli and pasta for al fresco dining this spring? Pastaria Seconda is where you need to go. I took home a variety of ravioli to see how they compared to my Italian grandmother’s cooking. They were delicious! Pastaria Seconda also serves well-portioned Italian dishes freshly made each day accompanied with a variety of homemade sauces. Every entree they serve is made fresh to order.
39 Below Frozen Yogurt
39 BeLow FroYo is a self-serve frozen yogurt shop with a spectacular variety of gluten-free, sugar-free, lactose-free, seasonal and traditional yogurt flavors and only the finest quality toppings. That means you are the creator of your own experience. No more waiting in a single file line. No more behind-the-counter service where the employee controls the amount that you get in the cup. No more begging for extra toppings. You pick the yogurt and you pick the toppings. And then you pay by weight. As I like to say, “YOLO for FROYO!”
Are you a t-shirt enthusiasts and lover of nostalgia? HOMAGE turns back the clock with shout outs to eclectic moments and personalities in sports,music, politics and popular culture. From Babe Ruth to Larry Bird, their clothing tell stories of triumph, individualism and hustle, preserving the old school and creating new legacies. I think it’s safe to say the store is a Short North institution. Pay homage.