Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, which has a Heights location at 375 W. 19th St., recently put together its new Terrace Brunch Collection to give customers a taste of sunny afternoon brunches while they’re at home.
The collection includes the Savannah Buttermint, Lemon & Blueberries Parfait, Frose Sorbet and Caramel Sticky Buns flavors. It also includes Jeni’s new launch of Raspberry Rose Jelly Donut, which is a vanilla custard laced with donut pieces and raspberry rose petal jam.
The collection is available via delivery at jenis.com/localdelivery.
Local Foods creates pop-up market
Local Foods, 714 Yale St., is open for takeout and delivery. It also sets up a daily pop-up market from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. to help patrons stock up on grocery items.
The market has produce, bread, fresh-cut meats and cheese, wine, beer, coffee and olive oil while supplies last.
Plus, if you buy a $100 gift card, you’ll receive an additional $25. With a $200 gift card, you’ll receive an additional $75.
Play new kind of bingo
Revive Development is encouraging residents to support the local businesses that make up the different developments Revive has in the Heights and Oak Forest/Garden Oaks area. Revive has created a bingo card featuring its businesses.
The featured businesses vary from restaurants to salons to workout places. Fourteen of the 24 bingo spaces feature food places, including Local Poke, Mico’s Hot Chicken, Aladdin Mediterranean Cuisine, KA Sushi, Tarka Indian Kitchen, Squable, Fat Cat Creamery, Hando, Ritual, Marble Slab, Lola, BB’s Tex-Orleans, Cantina Barba and Hugs & Donuts.
To play you have to make a purchase, order a meal, buy an online product or book a service from one of the places on the card. Once you fill up a row, or complete a blackout, email receipts and card to firstname.lastname@example.org. The first 10 winners to complete one row of bingo will win a prize package worth $250. The first winner to complete a blackout will win a prize package worth over $1,000.
The game will end May 31. To print a card, go to reviveco.com/bingo.
New hours for SweetCup
SweetCup Gelato, 3444 Ella Blvd., has temporarily changed its hours.
For now, the gelato shop is closed Monday through Wednesday. From Thursday through Sunday the shop is open from 2-8:30 p.m.
Common Bond offers daily fresh bread
Common Bond Café & Bakery, 449 W. 19th St., is baking up fresh breads daily for people who need bread but want to skip the grocery store.
The breads available include country sourdough loaf, multigrain, baguettes, sunflower rye, classic white bread and sprouted sourdough. Dinner rolls, challah rolls and loafs are available on weekends only.
To order, call 713-357-9397, use the Common Bond mobile app, go to CommonBondToGo.com or use the Favor or Ubereats apps.
Get “a dozen reasons to smile” delivered
While Fluff Bake Bar, 1701 W. 15th St., is open for curbside and take out from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, patrons can choose to get sweets delivered straight to them.
The custom bake shop now has “a dozen reasons to smile,” which is one dozen cookies, available on its online shop at fluff-bake-bar-2.square.site/.
The box of cookies includes three Couch Potato Cookies, which has potato chips, cornflakes, marshmallows, pretzels and milk chocolate chips; three Unicorn Bait, which are sugar cookies with birthday cake crumble and sprinkles inside; three Chocolate Chip and three Snickerdoodle Cookies.
Substitutions are not available.
Delivery inside of the 610 Loop will be made the day after ordering. All other orders will be shipped out Monday through Wednesday via USPS priority mail.