Belgian Chocolatier Piron 509 Main St, Evanston, IL60202 Trading since 1985, Piron Chocolates is run by brothers Bob and Fred Piron. All chocolates are made by hand and from…More scratch in the back of the shop so that the selection is very fresh. The range includes individual chocolates, nut barks, toffee and glazed fruit. Assortments, gift baskets and holiday specialties are available. With 50 different types of chocolate candies to choose from, how can you go wrong?
38 Degrees Frozen Yogurt 940 Church St, Evanston, IL60201 38 Degrees Frozen Yogurt is a dessert shop. The shop offers natural low-fat frozen yogurt as well as numerous types of…More smoothies and fruit parfaits. Yogurts contain no added sugar and come in a wide range of changing flavors, including coconut, mango, banana, chocolate, dark chocolate, vanilla and more. The shop also offers numerous toppings including fruit, cereal, nuts, granola, candy and more.
Fraiche 815 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 Fraiche sells a selection of breakfast sandwiches, pastries, cupcakes, coffee drinks, tea, and more. Menu highlights…More include the Almond Butter French Toast, chocolate toffee scones, and the Warm Brie and Pear Sandwich.
Union Pizzeria 1245 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Enter the smooth, modern lounge of Union Pizzeria for a drink and a slice of Margherita pizza hot from an enormous…More wood-burning oven. Chef Vince DiBattista delivers gourmet Italian-influenced small plates such as eggplant caponata, calamari and octopus. The seasonal menu uses locally grown, organic ingredients. The long bar opens at night with twenty-six different beers and fifty wines under $50. The dessert menu is equally ambitious: it sports polenta pound cake and chocolate panna cotta with brandied cherries.
This is the Evanston location for the popular nationwide chain. Located in downtown Evanston in a popular…More retail district, this large store defies expectations by paying third world artisans a living wage for their fair trade goods and artworks. Additionally, the store is popular with foodies for it's rare imports of hard to find items, such as beers, wines, candies and other foods.
If you come home from the UK craving cookies or chocolate you can't find anywhere else, chances are World Market has it.
Cold Stone Creamery 1611 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Cold Stone Creamery of Evanston offers many different flavors of ice cream ranging from birthday cake to chocolate…More devotion. They also offer shakes, smoothies, ice cream pies and cakes. Serving sizes come in unique versions of "Like it," "Love It," and "Gotta Have It," Cold Stone's versions of small, medium and large. The company prides itself on only using the freshest ingredients and says the secret to the ice cream's great taste is in its preparation - all orders are individually concocted on a slab of frozen granite stone.
Foodstuffs 2106 Central St, Evanston, IL60201 With four locations along Chicago's Northshore, Foodstuffs has been providing the community with gourmet foods and…More services since 1979. A diverse range of shelf foods is sure to dazzle, but it is best known for scrumptious made-to-order salads and innovative custom-made sandwiches. Foodstuffs uses fresh, high-quality ingredients in unusually creative ways that set them apart from the others. With prepared foods ranging from freshly made appetizers, soups, sauces, entrees and pastries, as well as an assortment of fine cheese, chocolate and bread, Foodstuffs is sure to feed you well.
The army of tiny cupcakes under the glass counter at Tiny Dog Cupcake are issuing cupcake lovers a challenge: the…More motto of this new cupcake is, "Tiny dogs are not afraid to take on things bigger than themselves." Evanston has been enthusiastically taking on the cupcakes here since the opening in late 2010. With flavors like vanilla fudge, triple chocolate and coconut supreme, it's no surprise that this bakery has hit the local sweet spot where it counts.
Tiny Dog wants to be socially responsible and will soon allow patrons to vote on charities to which ones the bakery will donate part of its proceeds. It's not all serious, though. Coming next year: cupcakes specially made for actual tiny dogs.