Cheesecake isn't their only specialty can you say, "Cheesecake Ice Cream?" So for the cheesecake officienado, this is the place to visit. The inside is classy, warm and friendly reflecting a family atmosphere. For our gluten free and kosher friends, this is place is a must.
606 South Main Street, Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Frankenmuth, MI is the home of one of Michigan's major tourist traps. Get a taste of Barvaria, Midwest style, with enormous fried chicken dinners and lots of fudge! The Frankenmuth Fudge Kitchen isn't content to make the traditional flavors only. Their Turtle Fudge, with lots of pecans and caramel, is one of their best sellers! Also try the pistachio!
37702 Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI 48152
There are several Sanders shops in the Metro Detroit area. Most of the shops have both the cakes and the ice cream treats. Sanders is known for the hot fudge cream puff, which is a treat from childhood. get some sauce jars to go and make your own. The original sauce is light on the chocolate flavor; it almost tastes like a chocolate/caramel blend. The latest thing to catch my eye was the potato chip chocolate bar! It's a must try!
Le Petit Prince
124 West 14 Mile, Birmingham, MI 48009
A little to the east of the intersection of Southfield Road and 14 Mile stands a tiny strip mall with the most authentic French bakery in Michigan. Opened in 1979, this is the place for flaky croissants, rich buttery pastries and homemade chocolates.
26300 Michigan Avenue, Inkster, Mi 48141
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Retro candy shop located on the edge of Dearborn and Inkster. Only open from Labor Day to Mother's Day, the candy is worth going out of your way for. Rich, not too sweet and no waxy taste, it's easy to find something you like. Great espresso chocolates with crushed coffee beans and the cutest chocolate molds!