Bakeries in Fenway

Finale Desserterie – Up to 52% Off Tasting Menu

Finale Desserterie

Multiple Locations

$60 $29


Chocolate-dipped strawberries start off a sojourn through such desserts as apple a la mode and a chocolate plate

43% Toward Baked Goods

So Sweet Confections

On Location

$30 $17

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

54% Off One Dozen Cupcakes at Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe

Lulu's Sweet Shoppe

North End

$32.50 $15

Skilled bakers whip up 24 flavors of cupcakes made from scratch with pure, all-natural ingredients

Up to 50% Off at Sweet Spot Bakery

Sweet Spot Bakery


$20 $11


Bakers assemble full-size cakes in time for summer celebrations and craft featured desserts with real vanilla, heavy cream, and frosting

44% Off Cupcakes and Iced Coffee at Pink Tree Sweets

Pink Tree Sweets


$5.99 $3.33

More than 30 sweet and savory cupcakes make for perfect pairings with fresh iced coffee

Up to 58% Off Cupcakes in Bridgewater

Cakes by Paula


$30 $15

Chocolate, vanilla, or lemon cupcakes with fillings such as pineapple, strawberry, and raspberry

Up to 50% Off at Stella's Custom Cakes

Stella's Custom Cakes

Stella's Custom Cakes

$18 $9

Flavors ranging from a strawberry cake with vanilla buttercream frosting and a lemon curd filling to a marble cake with coconut buttercream

45% Off at Jenny-Cakes



$20 $11

Gourmet cakes, cupcakes, and desserts; Portuguese and Italian pastries including cannolis

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The creative confectioners at Sweet N Nasty enliven revelry with erotic cakes, titillating chocolates, and novelty treats. Chefs embellish naughty cakes ($28.95+) or cupcakes ($2.50 each or $28.50/dozen) with chocolate handcuffs and edible human anatomy, ideal for adding a new level of intimacy to meetings with tax attorneys. Chocolate pops bear everything from derrieres ($2.59) to suggestive fruit ($3.59). For a tamer treat, the chocolate iPod ($3.49) prevents patrons from gnawing on real electronics, and a chocolate Porsche ($9.99) and mink coat ($2.99) let taste buds live out financial fantasies.

90 Massachusetts Ave

Inside the multi-level restaurant, Sweet Caroline's servers tote plates of handcrafted American fare from chef Joshua Smith's American gastro-pub menu. Sandwiches include Caroline's grass-fed bacon cheeseburger on a brioche bun, while larger plates feature pan-seared salmon filets with spring pea puree. The full bar exemplifies the restaurant's rustic, yet modern décor with its reclaimed barn-wood accents and flat-screen, high-definition TVs.

1260 Boylston St

Yes, you can hear the cheers of Red Sox fan's during a home game at Jerry Remy's Sports Bar & Grill at Fenway. And the park's right field wall is easily viewed from a spacious rooftop deck. But the interior is what really reminds you that you're dining at the brainchild of the Sox's beloved announcer and former second baseman. Katharine Q. Seelye of The New York Times said in a 2010 article, "The most striking feature inside the restaurant is the view—on television. Two outsize high-definition televisions, measuring 11 feet long and costing $225,000 each, hang above the bar." The "screen monsters" make you wonder if you've stumbled onto the floor of the New York Stock Exchange or a spaceship control-deck manned by extraterrestrial sports fans. If you can't find a seat near the bar, there are 30 60-inch high-def televisions scattered throughout the pub.

Jerry Remy's generously portioned menu has caught as much attention as its collection of huge TVs. Robert Nadeau of the Boston Phoenix said, "Most of the scoring on this menu comes out of a Texas-style barbecue smoker," citing the authentic taste of the beef brisket and the juiciness of the smoked half-chicken. Bella English of the Boston Globe agreed that the large smoker located in the parking lot makes “succulent brisket, ribs, and chicken,” and reported that the huge desserts "must be seen to be believed."

1265 Boylston St

Chef Chris Coombs has been recognized for both his talent in the kitchen and his youthful age; he was under 30 when he opened his third restaurant, Boston Chops, in the South End, and has also appeared on the Food Network’s Chopped. Coombs initially earned some recognition working alongside Brian Piccini at dbar in Dorchester, before the pair successfully opened the Back Bay’s Deuxave, which plates up technique-driven combos of French and American classics. New England favorites feature prominently at this dark, brooding space, where stone walls, tall windows and hanging chandeliers lend a modern almost Gothic feel. Dishes like Scituate lobster with gnocchi and pan seared local scallops, or seared Hudson Valley foie gras, crispy skinned black bass and spiced Long Island duck breast each add to the overall elegance of this decidedly upscale destination.

371 Commonwealth Ave

If you've never played an instrument, you're missing out on one of the most fulfilling human experiences: smashing your instrument. Actually, the most fulfilling experience is when you play something so beautiful that you lose yourself in the music. For you seasoned musicians, a brush up lesson at Page Music could improve your skills. Why, even Mozart took piano lessons late in his life to learn new techniques. Today's Groupon also makes a great gift for a talentless friend or relative. All ages are welcome at Page.

51 Massachusetts Ave

Avoid food fights, cliques, and large-scale hamster races with today’s Groupon: $20 for $40 worth of Italian-American cuisine at Cafeteria Boston, a bustling eatery located in the heart of the Newbury Street dining scene. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

279A Newbury St