Bakeries in Calumet City

Four Portable Cakes in Jars or $20 Worth of Baked Goods at Angelica's Bakery (Up to 42% Off)

Angelica's Bakery

Multiple Locations

Enjoy cakes in flavors such as red velvet, German chocolate, pineapple coconut, or caramel, served in single-portion eight-ounce mason jars

$24 $14

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Three Mini Cheesecakes or $5.50 for $10 worth of German Pastries at Lutz Café & Pastry Shop

Lutz Café & Pastry Shop

Ravenswood

Legendary German pastry shop serves strudels, cakes, and Viennese-style coffee amid flowers and china place settings

$10 $5.50

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$10 for One Dozen Cake Pops at Sugar Hills Bakery ($19.08 Value)

Sugar Hills Bakery

Multiple Locations

Easy-to-eat cake pops come in vanilla, chocolate, or red velvet with white- or dark-chocolate frosting

$19.08 $10

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Cookies and Frozen Yogurt, or One 16-Inch Round Cake from Mrs. Fields and TCBY (Up to 50% Off)

Mrs. Fields and TCBY

The Loop

Get your fill of signature cookies from Mrs. Fields or any flavor of frozen yogurt at TCBY, or opt for a celebratory 16-inch round cake

$5 $3

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Ice Cream Cupcakes with Unlimited Toppings at Cupcakeologist (47% Off). Two Options Available.

Cupcakeologist

Bolingbrook

Choose from more than 15 flavors of ice cream, such as cookie dough, coffee, and strawberry cheesecake, paired with unlimited toppings

$38 $20

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Baked Goods at Andresen's Bakery ($30 Total Value)

Andresen's Bakery

Bensenville

Custom cakes, pies, cookies, sweet rolls, and chocolate-covered strawberries join fresh breads at a bakery with a 50+ year history

$10 $5

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In 1988, Auntie Anne's founders Anne and Jonas Beiler purchased a Pennsylvania farmers'-market stand, where they experimented with dough until they created a pretzel that seemed to strike the perfect chord with their customers. Today, at their more than 1,350 locations worldwide, the pretzel makers still hand roll the original recipe but have added to the menu with inventive options such as the eight signature dipping sauces. The team constantly explores new uses for the pretzel dough, such as wrapping it around hot dogs and slicing it into bite-size nuggets. To transform the snack into a meal, they accompany it with specialty drinks, including frozen-lemonade desserts.

When not twisting dough, Auntie Anne's team partners with the national charitable organization Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, which raises funds to fight childhood cancer. Auntie Anne's also reaches out to the community through fundraising opportunities.

96 River Oaks Ctr
Calumet City,
IL
US

When Debbi Fields opened the first Mrs. Fields in 1977, it wasn’t all sunshine and cookies. Between her lack of business experience and the unorthodox business model—selling only cookies—not many people believed in her. More than 30 years and a global franchise later, it’s safe to say the doubters are eating their words, at least when they're not busy stuffing their faces with one of Debbi's signature semisweet chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin and walnut cookies.

The wild popularity of Mrs. Fields's cookies can be attributed to the richness of their basic ingredients: real butter, whole eggs, and special blends of chocolate. Classic flavors include chewy fudge, peanut butter, and white chocolate macadamia, and seasonal flavors complement the lineup throughout the year. Select varieties can also be made into cookie cakes of various sizes and shapes that add a delicious twist to any celebration or milk-truck spill.

96 River Oaks Center Dr.
Calumet City,
IL
US

The Wetzel name wasn’t always a source of pride. As a kid, Rick Wetzel grew accustomed to hearing, “Hey Wetzel, you pretzel!” on the playground. But the teasing inspired a quest for the tastiest soft pretzel, one that eventually blossomed into Wetzel’s Pretzels. After years in Nestle’s marketing department, Rick and coworker Bill Phelps channeled Rick’s soft-pretzel recipe into a chain of shops. They make hand-rolled, oven-baked pretzels that sit for only 30 minutes before being sold or chucked, an example that might be in the dictionary under "fresh," if Babe Ruth using his bat as a pool cue weren't already there. And though the buttered and salted Wetzel’s Original still occupies a spot on the menu, a flurry of imaginative flavors fills its other slots, from Sinful Cinnamon to Jalaroni, a cheesy pretzel scattered with pepperoni and jalapeños.

96 River Oaks Center Dr.
Calumet City,
IL
US

First things first: it's pronounced "fab," as in fabulous. FAABE's founder, Kenya Posley, created the name for her inventive bakery by combining the initials of her children, who serve as her personal inspiration and presumably really like cupcakes. It's not the only familial influence on the bakery, as Posley was inspired by the treats her mother and grandmother would make while she was growing up. Though her gourmet treats are based on the classic creations she feasted on as a child, she also adds her own notes of sophistication. Flavors rotate daily, and creative specials regularly pop up, but some standbys include banana pudding, cookies and cream, turtle, and sweet potato. Posley also bakes custom creations for special events, themed cupcakes for holidays, and full-size cakes for those opposed to cups.

514 East 162nd St
South Holland,
IL
US

Choose from the following locations: Berwyn, Blue Island, West Chicago Avenue in Chicago, or North Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago.

12429 Western Ave
Blue Island,
IL
US

Restaurante Tenochtitlan takes its name from the capital of the ancient Aztec Empire, embracing more than eight centuries of history and tradition. Thick wooden timbers and earthy hues lend the dining room a rustic feel, and in the back of the house, chefs sizzle juicy slabs of carne asada and expertly seasoned spicy shrimp a la diabla. Diners bite into grilled-fish tacos, handmade tamales, or mega tortas stacked higher than the Leaning Tower of Tacos with baked pork, chorizo, and ham. Lighter alternatives include a chicken-and-pecan salad accented with avocado, or fresh garden vegetables tucked into a honey-wheat tortilla. In warmer months, diners can sip an icy margarita beneath strings of colorful lights on the restaurant's patio.

12948 Western Ave
Blue Island,
IL
US

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