The Mallow Bar

I went to a place called The Mallow Bar, a place where they make very big, sticky, and delicious Rice Crispy Treats.

When I got there, I saw that it was a very small restaurant, with about 4-5 tables. But even though the place was small, the flavors and varietys of Mallow Bar are huge! They have bars like a chocolate dipped bar, a Crunch Bar, which is a Rice Krispy Treat with M&M's and popcorn mixed in, and a Trail Bar, which has dried cranberries and toasted pumkin seeds in it. They also sold caramels and something called Softies, were they different have flavored marshmallows like Coffe and Vanila Bean. One more thing they sold was muffins and cupcakes, in lots of flavors, and they change everyday. And the best part was that all their marshmallows were home made!

I had a Caramello, which is a Rice Krispy Treat dipped in caramel, and a Cherry Cheesecake Softie. They were delicious! The Caramello was really sweet and caramelly, and the Softie tasted just like if you were biting in to a real cherry cheesecake! And, as I said earlier, both were really sticky and gooey! I also tried a bite of my brother's Mallow Bar, which was chocolate dipped. It was delicious! It was really chocolaty, and it was my favorite, dark chocolate!

I give ***** stars for food and ***** stars for kid friendliness. The reason why I give 5 stars for kid friendliness because Marshmallows and cupcakes kids love, especially since their sweet.

I really hope I go again some day, mostly so I can try their muffins and cupcakes. Well, that's all. Bye!

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Corner Bakery Cafe and Thanks

I went to a place called the Corner Bakery Cafe, which is new, for my sister's, Olivia, birthday.

When I first saw it outside, I saw they had a place were you could sit outside. And when I saw it from inside, I also saw they had some pretty cool pictures on the walls. I also saw they also had a display case with a lot of their bakery items, like Cheese Cake Brownies, Monster Cookies, and Whoopie Pies.

When we got seated and looked at the menu, I saw they also had lots of items, like a Club Panini on Sourdough, Moms Sandwich Combo, The Trio Salad, and Farmer's Scrambler, which is one of the items you can get on the breakfast menu. They also had a kids menu, which had items like PB&J, Kid's Ravioli, and the Kids Combo. I got Broccoli and Cheese Soup in a large bread bowl with some Italian Bread.

I did the activity's on the kids menu while we waited, and our food came closely after I was done with it. My soup and bread were delicious! The soup was cheesy, it was at the right temperature, and the bread was very easy to pull apart. After I ate the soup and almost all the bread and bread bowl, I decided to get a brownie. It was amazing! It was very chocolaty, moist, and very, very, sugary.

I give ***** stars for kid friendliness and ***** stars for food. Also, I heard that they have a thing from September 1-23 where if you donate a dollar for the No Kid Hungry Campaign, you can get a free Whoopie Pie or Cookie for your next visit, and if you give a five dollar donation, then you could get a book of coupons.

I also want to thank you for seeing, following, and commenting on Adventures Of A Koodie. Thanks to your participation, I now have over 100,000 page views(and counting) and 200 followers. Once again, thank you for your participation, and I will keep reviewing so you can get up to date on new and old, fancy and common, dirty or clean restaurants. Well, that's all. Bye!