Is your sweet tooth aching for some mouth-watering treats?
Whether you are looking for a taste of chocolate, delicious donuts, or even just a sweet drink, Next Apartment is going to let you in on our fav sweet treats!
Chocolate is food that feeds the soul! And to find the best chocolate we look to Fraktals Chocolate Factory in Aurora, just minutes from Millwell Properties. The chocolate here is hand-made in small batches to ensure perfection. So, when you want chocolate, try Fraktals!
If your sweet tooth craves delectable baked goods instead, try Symposium Café. Located off Bayview Avenue in Aurora, this café is also a restaurant and lounge offering everything from breakfast to dinner, and of course desserts! Enjoy crepes, cakes, squares, and even specialty coffees.
Cool spring mornings call for hot chocolate! On the Bean Coffee House in Aurora is known as the friendliest café in town. This cozy café has great seating, friendly staff, and excellent hot beverages. Their welcoming environment even includes a wall of books to help you relax and take a break from it all!
As the weather warms up, a cold treat can be very satisfying. Holy Cow's Ice Cream Parlour, just five minutes from our properties in Sault Ste. Marie, serves up a wide variety of ice cream, cakes, and other cold goodies, Holy Cow's is the perfect choice for a warm sunny day!
Thynes Family Bakery in Sault Ste. Marie is the best place to stock up on sweets for when you get a craving at home. This bakery is loaded with cookies, candies, cinnamon rolls, and so much more! Even if your diet requires you to stay sugar free, Thynes Family Bakery can accommodate!
It can be tough to find safe treats if you or a family member has a nut allergy. Thanks to The Pastry Shoppe, all residents of Sault Ste. Marie can enjoy a completely nut free shop that offers cookies, squares, cakes, tarts, and more. They even make gluten free and sugar free treats for those with added dietary restrictions.
Satisfying a sweet tooth near you is easy – Your only decision is what to try first!