Coffee & Treats in Brentwood

50% Off Café Food & Baked Goods at Sweet Lucille's

Smithtown

$20 $10

Diners start with rustic Tuscan-style french toast or a bacon grilled cheese before moving on to gourmet cake pops and carrot cake

Half Off Frozen Yogurt and Coffee at Wild Berry Yogurt Cafe

Ronkonkoma

$5 $2.50

Frozen Yogurt in flavors such as watermelon sorbet and chocolate caramel turtle; yogurt pies and gourmet coffee

$5 for Ice Cream and Waffles at The New York Stuffed Cone Company

St. James

$10 $5

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Ice cream crafted from natural ingredients and scooped into cones or sundaes with layers of toppings; café drinks; free WiFi

$4 for Frozen Yogurt at The Frozen Kettle Yogurt & More

Huntington

$8 $4

Customize eighteen different flavors of frozen yogurt with 55 fresh fruit and candy toppings

Up to 52% Off Frozen Yogurt at Yo Luv It at Muscle Maker Grill

Amityville

$5 $2.40

Choose a frozen-yogurt flavor, then customize your dessert with a host of topping options such as raspberries, oreos, and marshmallow sauce

Up to 44% Off at Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

$5.39 $3

Whole Food Nutrition smoothies provide on-the-go meals with 10-14 grams of protein; nutrient-packed Fit 'n Fruitful manage weight-loss goals

Up to 51% Off at San Remo Bakery

North Massapequa

$20 $9.99

Freshly baked breads, Italian cookies and pastries, plus cakes for weddings, birthdays, and special occasions

Up to 52% Off at Dollops Frozen Yogurt

Syosset

$5 $2.40

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Enjoy a selection of 14 different fro-yo flavors with more than 50 toppings, as well as smoothies and meal-replacement shakes

Half Off Kosher Baked Goods at ZuckerBakers

Wantagh

$10 $5

A kosher, pareve, and nut-free bakery prepares challah, rye bread, cakes, and cookies

53% Off Cupcakes at Sydney's Sweets

West Hempstead

$15 $7

Cupcakes baked from scratch in flavors such as classic vanilla, red velvet, and salted caramel

44% Off Coffee and Breakfast Pastry at Espresso NEAT

Darien

$10.75 $6

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Highly trained baristas whip up various espresso drinks, as well as filter coffee

50% Off Deli Food at Ayhan's Mediterranean Marketplace & Cafe

Port Washington

$20 $10

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Mediterranean Cafe Food

52% Off Coffee and Fro-Yo at YOLO Roslyn's Yogurt Lounge & Desserteria

Roslyn

$5 $2.40

Indulge in 12 flavors of frozen yogurt mixed with 45 toppings or healthier options such as diet gelato, protein shakes, and juice

Up to 52% Off Frozen Yogurt and Coffee at Go Greenly

Roslyn

$10 $5

Earth-friendly shop pours out Toby's Estate roasted coffee and tops 80+ types of frozen yogurt with fresh fruit and chocolates

52% Off Frozen Treats at Moolala Frozen Yogurt

Port Washington

$5 $2.40

French crepes, Hale and Hearty soups, smoothies, and frozen yogurt available in 21 combinations and topped with fruit, candy, and sauces

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There’s love in Fanny Cakes: love for baking, love for surprising the tongue, and love for family. As a young girl, chef Kristyn spent long days baking alongside her nana, Fanny. Those hours spent in flour and those moments waiting by the oven planted seeds in Kristyn that sprouted into a passion for baking and, eventually, the start of Fanny Cakes—named in honor of the woman who inspired her. Kristyn now relies on formal culinary training as well as the lessons learned from her nana while she crafts personalized treats for birthday parties, wedding receptions, and everything in between. She pays further homage to her nana as she works by using the sorts of ingredients Fanny loved—sweet creamery butter, belgian chocolate, and natural citrus zests—but finds inventive and eye-catching ways to showcase their flavors.

The fondant-draped tiers of Kristyn's full-size cakes conceal flavorful fillings such as lime curd or coconut custard. Cupcakes also feature inspired combinations, such as strawberry daiquiri with rum-spiked buttercream and snickerdoodle with a dusting of graham crackers and cinnamon sugar. Even with all of these flavors speaking for themselves, Kristyn still commits to presentation, designing cakes shaped like everything from a Gulfstream jet to an electric guitar. She also expands her menu beyond traditional bakery offerings by creating treats such as grown-up cake shots with doses of liqueur and cupcake push pops in plastic cylinders. She even shares her techniques with the public by leading classes that teach students how to decorate cupcakes without covering them in old two-cent stamps.

127-10 Smithtown Blvd.
Nesconset,
NY
US

With a rotating selection of more than 70 all-natural yogurt flavors and more than 30 tasty toppings, Yo Luv It provides myriad healthy dessert options. The fro-yo aficionados serve up six fat-free, gluten-free, and certified kosher flavors daily in personal portions ($2.50+) or take-home pints ($3.75–$4.25). Customers can increase their daily fruit intake with banana or mango yogurt or put out a mustache fire with the chocolate-hazelnut-biscotti yogurt. Spoonphobes will delight in Yo Luv It’s sippable treats, such as two-fruit smoothies ($4.50–$5.50), fro-yo floats ($3.75–$4.75), and yogurtless ice water. The dessert den’s interior, outfitted with neon lights, chrome counters, and modern stools and chairs, creates a fun and futuristic environment for enjoying sweets and planning how to place a buzzing beehive in a rival coworker’s file cabinet.

753 W Montauk Hwy
West Babylon,
NY
US

850 Lincoln Ave
Bohemia,
NY
US

The candy kitchen's massive copper kettle predating World War II is certainly an eye catcher, but the nostalgic sights and smells of candy filling rows of white shelves is what overwhelms most people when they step inside Kilwins Chocolates. For more than two generations, the original recipes of founders Don and Katy Kilwin have been used to handcraft more than 75 confections such as chocolates, caramels, and specialty fudge. Aside from some newer equipment, head candy cook Bill Hoffman and his team still abide by Don’s candy-making methods and use original equipment when possible. Inside the old-fashioned candy shop, a burnished copper-kettle-fire mixer fashions each piece of peanut brittle, a cold room solidifies almond-toffee crunch, and a manatee that swallowed a freezer still makes every sea-foam candy. In addition to candy, Kilwins has created more than 32 flavors of original-recipe ice cream since 1985 with farm-fresh rBHT-free milk and cream from Michigan farms.

130 Deer Park Ave
Babylon,
NY
US

The cookie artisans at Quintessential Cookies create colorful cookie creations for any occasion, whether it's a wedding, birthday, graduation, or a day you really want a cookie. Made from scratch, raspberry-filled linzer heart cookies and almond chocolate-chip biscotti are available by the half-dozen, and cake pops embed creative designs in the shapes of footballs, popcorn boxes, and tulips. Customers can bring in photos to be scanned and transformed into a 100% edible decorative photo cookie, and other cookie specialties, such as platters and cakes, divert attention from well-meaning veggie platters at office parties.

256 Main St
Northport,
NY
US

Every day, custardologists at Wolfies hand-mix 20 batches of creamy frozen treats, displaying their colorful creations for customers to stack into cones or sprinkle with toppings, earning the sweeterie a feature in the New York Times. Freshly churned custard has less fat than does ice cream and less air than a flat tire on Mars, helping to create Wolfies' signature ultracreamy scoop. Great filler for cones ($4.50/two scoops), pints ($6), and milk shakes ($4.50/16 oz.), Wolfies' 50 regularly appearing flavors include hazelnut, blueberry, and mango. The menu tempts sweet teeth by arranging the embellished custards in three-scoop banana splits ($5.53) and coffee-blended Wolf Caffes ($4.50/16 oz). The Screamwich ($3.50) realizes the dream sandwich of childhood with its filling of rich custard enclosed in chocolate-chip cookies with crusts cut off for optimum enjoyment.

42 Woodbine Ave
Northport,
NY
US