Coffee & Treats in Anacortes

50% Off at Cupcakes by Heather & Lori

Highstreet Mall

C$14 C$7

Baked-from-scratch cupcakes made from preservative-free ingredients inside a retro-style shop with its own reality show

50% Off Frozen Yogurt at Pinkberry

Multiple Locations

C$10 C$5

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Refreshing premium frozen yogurt made with Canadian nonfat milk and crowned with fresh fruit cut daily and gourmet toppings

Baskin-Robbins – Up to 58% Off Ice Cream

Everett

$2 $1

Classic Baskin-Robbins flavors fill cups or sugar, cake, or waffle cones or serve as a chilly base for brownie sundaes and banana royales

$6 for Baked Goods at Karl's Bakery & Cafe

Bayside

$12 $6

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Freshly crafted donuts, muffins, apple fritters, cherry danish, and other sweet treats

50% Off

Harbour Pointe

$38 $19

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Marble Slab Creamery – Up to 54% Off Ice Cream

Strawberry Hill

C$14.06 C$7

Ice cream, frozen yogourt, and sorbet prepared fresh daily using cold-marble techniques

50% Off Pre-Assorted Mini Cupcakes at Cupcakes in South Surrey

South Surrey

C$14 C$7

Baked-from-scratch cupcakes made from preservative-free ingredients inside a retro-style shop with its own reality show

50% Off Product

Lynnwood

$4 $2

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Four Soft Pretzels at Auntie Anne's Pretzels

Multiple Locations

$14.36 $6

Classic soft pretzels in flavors such as cinnamon sugar, pepperoni, and garlic

40% Off at PinkaBella Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$25 $15

Cupcake flavors include caramel macchiato, irish creme, and bananas foster

56% Off Coffee and Sweets at Caffe Vibrato

Maillardville

C$22.50 C$10

Terrelli coffee and espresso—roasted in Vancouver—with cinnamon buns baked in-house

C$7 for Pre-Assorted Mini Cupcakes at Cupcakes at Metrotown

Metrotown

C$14 C$7

Baked-from-scratch cupcakes made from preservative-free ingredients inside a retro-style shop with its own reality show

45% Off at Decades Coffee Club

Downtown Chilliwack

C$20 C$11

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Coffee, tea, smoothies, sandwiches, salads, and homemade desserts at a cafe where you can chat with friends or find a quiet corner and read

Up to 57% Off Macaron-Making Class

West Point Grey

C$99 C$45

Learn how to bake macarons before returning home with a recipe, a template, and a box of six macaroons

Up to 52% Off Chocolate 101 Class at Xoxolat

Downtown Vancouver

C$25 C$12

Chocolate-tasting courses cover the differences in areas' cacao beans and percentage of cocoa with samples of diverse chocolates

50% Off Bubble Tea and Sweets at Tasty Life Cafe

Vancouver

C$6 C$3

Delicious honey-oolong, hazelnut, and mango bubble tea; wide selection of black and green teas; ice cream and puddings for dessert

Up to 54% Off Chocolate-Making Class at CocoaNymph

West Point Grey

C$70 C$35

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Students learn about chocolate during an interactive presentation and craft truffles while tasting chocolates from around the globe

Up to 63% Off Ukrainian Meal

Downtown Vancouver

C$46.85 C$18

Eastern European specialties such as borscht, perogies, and cabbage rolls served in a cozy café that specializes in artisan breads

50% Off Afternoon Tea at Capstone Tea & Fondue

Downtown

C$55.90 C$28

Little sandwiches and mini quiches accompany sweet treats and two types of scones as guests sip tea in this modern tea house

50% Off Pre-Assorted Mini Cupcakes at Cupcakes on Thurlow

Downtown

C$14 C$7

Baked-from-scratch cupcakes made from preservative-free ingredients inside a retro-style shop with its own reality show

51% Off Whole-Leaf Tea Kits

Fairview

C$44.50 C$22

Each kits includes 60 grams of a whole-leaf tea, such as Earl Grey or ginger tea, and 30 biodegradable tea filters

Select Local Merchants

Stretching across Skagit Valley since 1875, Lenning Farms has seen countless oats, grains, vegetables, and fruit grown and harvested on its land throughout five generations of hard work. The farm’s current operators, Todd and Bev Lenning, erected The Berry Barn more than 10 years ago to house their berry-related goods, then a new endeavor for the farm. The pair stocks the big red barn with dozens of varieties of fresh-picked berries—from strawberries to gooseberries to blueberries—14 types of fresh-baked pies, hand-dipped ice cream, and handmade gifts. To challenge and entertain their visitors, Todd and Bev constructed their mind-exercising hedge maze, which has grown to be one of the largest in North America, where customers search for different stations featuring facts about berries and Lenning Farms. Lenning Farms also has a rope maze available for younger guests.

14285 Laconner Whitney Road
Mount Vernon,
WA
US

710 SE Fidalgo Ave
Oak Harbor,
WA
US

Founder Jeff Ericson insists his staff only pours fairly traded Specialty Grade Arabica coffee beans. By roasting only USDA Certified organic beans, all grown in the shade to farmers' personal standards, the coffee guru and his company can promise a consistently less acidic cup of coffee. Roasts range between light to dark and espresso, and include varietals from Sumatra, Honduras, Peru, and Brazil. For anyone uninterested in lattes, mochas, or any drink crafted at the full espresso bar, the shop serves retro sodas, Frozen X-Plosion smoothies, soft-serve ice cream, and deli sandwiches prepared with Del Fox Custom Meats. Fresh bread and produce from Breadfarm and Klesick Family Farm, as well as gourmet chocolate truffles from Pirate's Chocolate, are also available. Guests can sip their drink of choice as their eyes peer out from the coffee shop windows, which showcase the landscape between Puget Sound and Livingston Bay's mountain views, beaches, and small dogs, probably.

848 N Sunrise Blvd
Camano Island,
WA
US

Following her culinary curiosity all the way to Varcaturo, Italy, Tiffany Hudson’s found herself learning dry farming and food preservation. More importantly, she discovered how a dinner can bring a community together. After coming back to the States, Tiffany teamed up with Chef Martin Woods whose resume includes serving as opening sous chef at Bastille as well as executive chef at Re:Public. Together, the two created Cassoulet Café, an eatery that serves seasonal French cuisine amid a communal table.

And the collaboration isn’t running short on admirers. Writer Sally Wolff for the Cascadia Weekly praised Cassoulet as “evok[ing] the atmosphere of a country kitchen in France” complete with “heavy plates of well-made food.” These ever-changing entrees have included bacon cinnamon rolls for brunch, ratatouille for lunch, and goat cheese pansotti pasta for dinner, accompanied by specialty cocktails and ciders. Chef Martin also serves up the restaurant’s signature French bean stew bursting with duck and house-cured pancetta.

Along with promoting conversation amongst diners, Cassoulet Café fosters green living. This includes using fresh ingredients from local farms as well as reducing their carbon footprint by 1,200 pounds of CO2 emission. That accomplishment earned the restaurant a 2012 Sustainable Practice Leader award from General Biodiesel, a company named after the first robot five-star general in U.S. history.

6912 Hannegan Rd
Lynden,
WA
US

We're a fresh new business opening winter 2010 intent on offering up delicious fresh baked goodies, espresso beverages, soups salads and sandwiches in comfortable atmoshpere.

3323 169th Pl NE
Arlington,
WA
US

One million probiotic cultures per gram sounds like a lot. That's the amount of the healthful stuff you'll ingest when eating frozen yogurt made from powdered mix. But when eating fro-yo made from fresh yogurt, as it's made at Qoola Frozen Yogurt Bar, you'll be consuming as many as 700 million probiotic cultures per gram. It's an astonishing increase, one that's complemented by other conscientious methods: Most of Qoola's products are fat-free, gluten-free, and certified kosher.

Qoola's low-calorie concoctions helps patrons feel better about indulging a bit at the toppings bar, where they can opt for lighter scoops of fresh fruit and flax seeds, or go all-out with crumbled candy bars and chocolate sauce. As committed to the health of the planet as it is to the health of its customers, Qoola uses biodegradable, compostable, and recyclable containers and utensils, and keeps its facility bright and sparkling with energy-efficient lighting and natural cleaning supplies. Qoola also proudly gives back to the community by supporting a number of charitable organizations.

3531 Uptown Blvd
Victoria,
BC
CA