Coffee & Treats in Berkeley

50% Off Tasting Tour for 2 at Alegio Chocolaté /Claudio Corallo

Multiple Locations

$30 $15


Guides tell visitors the story of Alegio's history and African cacao plantation while sharing 12 samples of all-natural chocolate

Half Off Cinnamon Rolls at Cinnaholic

University of California Berkeley

$12 $6


Gourmet cinnamon rolls are 100% vegan, made with soy and beet sugar, and come in flavors such as lemon and rocky road

Up to 25% Off Grand Lake Coffee House


$8 $6

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

Half Off Frozen Yogurt at IceBee


$10 $5


Late-night frozen yogurt shop with flavors such as mango and cookies 'n' cream that can be topped with fresh fruit, chocolate, and mochi

Up to Half Off Mini Cupcakes at Mission Minis


$24 $12


Bite-size cupcakes in flavors such as Peanut Butter Kiss, Swiss Almond Coconut, Vegan Banana Maple, and many more

Up to 50% Off at Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies

Pier 39

$10 $6


Rich, creamy smoothies made with fresh ingredients in a variety of tropical flavors forgo artificial colors; authentic Hawaiian coffee

Up to 53% Off Gourmet Chocolate and Sweets


$20 $10


Customers can choose from a multitude of all-natural, gourmet chocolate products including organic and rainforest-certified items

Cups and Cakes – 44% Off Mini-Cupcake Sampler


$50 $28


Bakers choose a sampler pack of 24 mini-cupcakes, each made from scratch based on the owner's daring ethos of experimentation

50% Off Gourmet Popcorn at Doc PopCorn

Located inside Maui Wowi

$10 $5

Fresh-popped kernels come in flavors such as kettle corn, Hoppin' jalapeño, and cheesy cheddar

Half Off Soufflé Desserts at Souffle Cafe

North Beach

$10 $5


11 soufflé flavors include key lime, coffee, green tea, and red bean-coconut; customers also receive 10% off additional purchases each visit

40% Off Baked Goods at A Piece of Cake and Confections

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Handmade baked goods and confections such as egg nog pies, chocolate truffles, and dark chocolate mousse cupcakes

Up to 50% Off Mini Cupcakes or Cheesecake Bites

Tennyson - Alquire

$48 $25

Patial proceeds from mini cupcake and cheesecake orders benefit homeless families and go toward future youth transitional center

Up to 52% Off at The Cupcake Shoppe


$60 $29


Bite-size cupcakes available in the following flavors: vanilla, chocolate, red velvet, snickerdoodle, strawberry, lemon, and marble

60% Off Chocolate Tasting and Tour in Burlingame

Broadway Burlingame

$100 $40


Guides lead tour of candy kitchen before demonstrating how to make chocolates, followed by a tasting.

Select Local Merchants

A Time Out San Francisco Critics' choice, Imperial Tea Court provides leaf lovers with access to some of the world's most desirable teas as well as unrivaled expertise in the ways of steepery. Park your carcass in one of its highly regarded teahouses for a 45- to 60-minute primer on the world's most popular beverage and its steamy history, including its medicinal roots in ancient times as an alternative to Tommy John surgery. Pouring hot cups of tea and tepid earfuls of facts, the teahouses' resident sip savants will help guests understand tea's various categories and acquaint them with the traditional Chinese gaiwan, a covered teacup developed for use on turbulent dragon flights and birthday party bounce houses. The tasting includes two samples of your choice of teas, leaving you with a pleasant aftertaste as well as a fully brewed headpot of knowledge with which to douse tea-loving coworkers at the dream factory.

1511 Shattuck Ave

Lush makes its all-natural gelato in small batches from scratch—resulting in a delicious, mind-altering substance that is only found on the desert planet Arrakis—and prepares it with fresh, local (whenever possible), and seasonal fruits and ingredients. Although the lineup of flavors changes more often than a teenager's rationale for breaking curfew, past sweet-tooth-sweeteners have included Mexican chocolate, crème fraîche with strawberries, and pistachio, as well as inspired culinary concoctions such as rosemary and wildflower honey. More intoxicating options include tequila gelato and the stout Guinness gelato, in addition to 100% fruit sorbet flavors such as blood orange, mango, and lemon and olive oil. Depending on how many flavors you want, order up one scoop ($2.85), two scoops ($3.85), three scoops ($5), or one standard metric breakup's worth of gelato (also known as a pint, $8) to take home and eat alone in your closet. Lush can split a scoop between two different flavors for indecisive multiple personalities. Sampling is highly encouraged, though scratching and beat-juggling is not.

1511 Shattuck Ave

Zazou's simple but powerful selection of café fare includes savory eats and fresh sweets. Stumble out of an ear-buzzing alarm-clock stupor with an Italian dark-roast or an organic, fair-trade medium-roast coffee before diving into a classic Nutella, chocolate, and banana crêpe ($6) or a hearty vegetarian crêpe stuffed with roasted red pepper, tomato, pesto, and monterey jack ($6.95). The hot pressed sandwiches see that cuts of pastrami, ham, turkey, or grilled chicken are lovingly squished between ciabatta or baguette halves with grandmotherly intensity, after receiving a number of pinches on the cheek and savory fillings, such as roasted red pepper, pesto, and swiss cheese ($7.50¬–$7.75). The meal-worthy Lebanese salad woos ravenous leaf-loving appetites with organic mixed greens, fresh tomatoes, and kalamata olives topped with feta cheese and pomegranate dressing ($7.25). Zazou’s also features a fresh soup du jour, with past offerings that include North African lentil ($3.50 for cup, $5 for bowl).

2309 San Pablo Ave

Founder and chef Rebecca A. Bernstein operates Cioccolata di Vino with the belief that her delectable desserts and enticing antipasti taste particularly divine in a laid-back, warm setting that resembles a hammock made of cocoons. The soft lighting envelops patrons in a gracious embrace, where it's perfectly acceptable to stop by just for the blissful dessert menu. Choco-hounds flock to the succulent molten lava cake ($6.95), where a moist, spongy coating covers a warm liquid chocolate, generating a cocoa magma stream down Mt. Esophagus. Candy up your kisser with the award-winning, gooey chocolate-chip cookies (three for $3.95), which arrive packed with rich Callebaut Belgian chocolate and slivers of pecan. The light but feisty lemon tart ($6.95) is crowned with a fresh whipped cream, while the rich gelati and sorbetti ($4.95) rotate their flavors daily and their buckskin capes fortnightly.

1801 Shattuck Ave

Bakers at CREAM - an acronym for Cookies Rule Everything Around Me - craft 10 cookie varieties entirely from scratch using a special family recipe. Available in flavors such as double chocolate chip and cappuccino, these sweets are sold by the dozen or used to assemble gourmet ice cream sandwiches in more than 16 different ice cream flavors. Staff members can also make 16-ounce floats, milkshakes, and malts.

CREAM's tasty treats are available seven days a week and until 2 a.m. every Thursday through Saturday. Along with catering to the late-night crowd, the crew caters events using either pre-assembled frozen ice cream sandwiches or live on-site ice cream sandwich assembly.

2399 Telegraph Ave

A chrome espresso machine whirs in Nefeli Caffe, where baristas brew illy coffee drinks as the kitchen staff whips up an array of Mediterranean dishes. Chalkboard menus announce entrees such as moussaka made with Niman Ranch ground beef, as well as tapas such as hand-rolled dolmades and mushroom-fennel “cigars” wrapped in filo pastry and served with tiny guillotines. Nefeli Caffe serves its dishes both indoors amid plants in rustic terra cotta vases, and outdoors at wrought-iron sidewalk tables.

1854 Euclid Ave