Jack-n-Jill went up the hill to get a tasty cupcake.
Something like that.
We conclude our delightful series of cheap eats with a sugar rush.
The best way to end a sweet series like this is with actual sweets. The Latest Crave has exactly that, and tons of them. This pastry-lover's dream is a dieter's nightmare, and that's how it should be. After all, we all like being a little scared sometimes, and what's more comforting than a fat cupcake, pastry or slice of cake?
Cheap Eat: The Jack-n-Jill, a milk chocolate cake baked with chocolate chunks and stuffed with a marshmallow. Frosted with chocolate buttercream and dipped in milk chocolate ganache. $3.
About this series
Anytime is a great time to save a few dollars. Unfortunately, if you love to go out to eat, you can find yourself draining those savings rather quickly. Luckily, there's a compromise. Geneva is host to a number of restaurants that are both delicious and affordable.
In this series, we've put together our picks for Geneva's best eats under $10.
Now, here are the very important caveats:
- Bill wrote this awhile back, and menus and prices are subject to change.
- Even though they're labeled from No. 1 to No. 10, that doesn't mean that's their rank, by quality or price. It's just the order in which we threw them together.
- Also, this is not by any means a quintessential list. In fact, if you've got a favorite, let us know! Patch is a participatory sport, and it's OK with us if there are 50 under $10.