Coffee & Treats in Carrboro

Four $5 Vouchers for Ice Cream or Ice Cream Dream Cake at MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery (Up to 52% Off)

MaggieMoo's Ice Cream and Treatery

Brier Creek

$5 $2.75

Dozens of ice-cream flavors churned fresh each day and used to create custom ice-cream cupcakes, dessert pizzas, and cakes

$15 for $29.95 Worth of Ice Cream, Popsicles, and Baked Goods at Quail Corners Creamery

Quail Corners Creamery


$29.95 $15

House-churned ice cream comes in many surprising flavor combinations, from grilled pineapple & citrus hops to goat cheese & wildberry

Café Food and Drinks for Breakfast or Lunch at Coffee Haven (Up to 43% Off)

Coffee Haven


$8 $4.66

Homey independent café offers signature drinks like the Horchata or Black Forest latte, breakfast sandwiches, salads, and warm paninis

$5 for $10 Worth of Coffee & Smoothies— Well-Bean Coffee Kiosks

Well-bean Coffee & Crumbs, Llc

Wake Forest

$10 $5

Healthy, organic coffees as well as frappes, smoothies, and homemade treats

Café Cuisine and Drinks at Clayton Bakery and Cafe (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Clayton Bakery and Cafe


$7 $3.50

Chefs use local and natural ingredients to whip up daily soups, grilled sandwiches on fresh sourdough, and pastries

$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food at Tropical Smoothie Cafe ($30 Value)

Tropical Smoothie Cafe


$10 $5

Wholesome flatbreads, wraps and salads pair with real-fruit smoothies packed with vitamins and supplements

$12 for $20 Worth of Ice Cream, Cakes, and Frozen Treats at Cold Stone Creamery

Cold Stone Creamery


$20 $12

Mix-ins blend with fresh-churned ice cream to create unique flavor combinations

$6 for $10 Worth of Smoothies — Fit plus Nutrition

Fit Plus Nutrition

High Point

$10 $6

From the merchant: Come enjoy a healthy, delicious protein/meal-replacement smoothie.

Afternoon Tea for 2 or 4, or Mother-Daughter Tea Party for 12 at Hampton's at J.H. Adams Inn (Up to 55% Off)

Hampton's at J.H. Adams Inn

High Point

$31 $15


Elegant interior of Italian Renaissance–style mansion serves as backdrop for afternoon tea with light snacks

Four-Drink Punch Card or Three Half-Pound Bags of Coffee Beans at Cumberland Coffee Roasters (Up to 48% Off)

Cumberland Coffee Roasters

South View

$20 $11

Coffee artisans brew lattes, espresso and frappe drinks alongside real-fruit smoothies; bags of fresh-roasted single-origin or blended beans

$16 for a Prepared Meal for Four at Mrs. Pumpkin’s Bakery & Deli (Up to $29.49 Value)

Mrs. Pumpkin's Bakery & Deli

Old Town

$29.49 $16

Groups of four enjoy a prepared meal of chicken pie, baked spaghetti, or tetrazzini alongside garden salad, sides, baguette, and tea

Cake Squares and a Quart of Ice Cream or Two Quarts of Ice Cream at Dewey's Bakery (Up to 48% Off)

Dewey's Bakery

Multiple Locations

$21.39 $13

Bakery open since the Great Depression serves up delectable treats including cake squares and quarts of creamy Blue Ridge ice cream

Gourmet Popcorn at The Popcorn Fanatic (45% Off). Two Options Available.

The Popcorn Fanatic

The Popcorn Fanatic

$10 $6

Popcorn comes in more than 200 flavors, including banana pudding, green apple, Cheerwine, beer, buffalo wing, and spicy crab

Three Groupons, Each Good for $8 Worth of Dine-In or Carryout Deli at Gabbagoo's NY Deli (Up to 50% Off)

Gabbagoo's NY Deli


$8 $4

Deli sandwiches made with freshly baked bread and Boar’s Head meats

Select Local Merchants

Small, locally owned coffee shop with an emphasis on local supplies and fresh ingredients. Fun, friendly staff and a comfortable atmosphere encourages customers to relax and linger over their favorite coffee drink.

53 Hillsboro St

Miel's gourmet chocolates and baked goods are handcrafted from fresh, upscale ingredients to please taste buds and sight buds alike. Designer cookies, cupcakes, and desserts are stuffed to the sugary gills with unusual, imaginative flavors, such as lavender almond shortbread, as well as American classics like vegan peanut butter and Henry David Thoreau's Walden. With their palate-pleasing complexities, Miel's decadent chocolates could make for a dentist-taunting meal of savory sweets. Drop a few triple espresso chocolates in a steaming cup of morning brew for a luxurious eye-opener, or suck a sea salt caramel for a taste of swashbuckling adventure, minus the wooden limbs and scurvy. Lemon-basil white chocolates and raspberry-rose dark chocolates lend botanical notes to the roster, while the truffle de whiskey promises to become the favorite of besotted uncles across the incorporated township. Mix and match a crock o' chocs at Miel's candy counter, or purchase a pre-arranged pantheon with six-piece ($15), nine-piece ($20.50), or 12-piece ($25) chocolate boxes. Any exiled member of Russian royalty is sure to be the toast of the office party with a bundle full of Miel's sumptuous sweets.

200 N Greensboro St

The anytime meal house originated as a natural-foods grocery in the late '70s, a time when you could still find lettuce that wasn't in a can. Since moving the store to a bright, capacious space with high ceilings and massive windows, owner Mimi Pearson has expanded the shop to included a kitchen and dining room. Stop in for breakfast and enjoy a bowl of organic vanilla yogurt swimming with fresh fruit ($5.95) or a quiche of the day made with free-range eggs and served with pineapple, grapes, and a meat or veggie selection ($5–$5.50). Midday grub includes salads, such as a Greek starring crostini with tapenade ($7 for a large, $5 small) or organic leaf garden salad ($5 large, $4 small). Diners can also expect to find sandwiches, served on bread of choice (black Russian, Vienna white, rye, sunflower, multi-grain wheat, or sourdough). Try the smoked turkey and provolone ($6.25) or veggie-friendly avocado club (smoked mozzarella, red onion, tomato vinaigrette, and avocado, $7.75). Dinner, served every night excluding Sunday, includes the famed burritos made with brown rice, black beans, white cheddar cheese, and your choice of salsa ($11–$13).

39 West St

For more than 40 years, Robert Roskind had a vision of opening a caf? that would serve as a community gathering space. That dream came to fruition with Oasis in Carr Mill. Visitors read or converse over cups of Counter Culture Coffee or organic beer and nibble locally baked pastries, vegan burritos, and sandwiches from Foster's. Local speakers often deliver better-living presentations in the evenings, musicians play acoustic music on weekend nights, and the cafe shows spiritual movies from their Movies-That-Matter series on Friday nights. The caf?'s decor is elegantly rustic, with wooden floors and ceilings, a beaded chandelier, and a lounge area with luxuriously large pillows.

200 N Greensboro St.

A red bicycle hangs on a wall at The Red Bicycle Coffee Café and Catering. Its perpetual stillness contrasts the bustling activity of the café's baristas, who grind single-origin beans for bold cups of coffee and creamy lattes. Though the beans are imported from exotic locales such as Hawaii, Ethiopia, or India, the local coffee artisans at Joe Van Gogh in Hillsborough check the expiration dates printed on each bean before roasting them to ensure a fresh taste.

In addition to steaming cups of joe, guests can sip Mighty Leaf whole-leaf teas, nibble locally baked pastries, and chomp into sandwiches loaded with deli meats and cheeses. The Red Bicycle's light morsels and laid-back atmosphere also attract local artists and musicians, who display their work on the walls and swing by to strum a guitar or perform Brahms's Second Concerto on the kazoo.

2805 Homestead Rd
Chapel Hill,

From behind a frozen granite slab, the staff of Cold Stone Creamery uses twin spatulas to blend custom servings of ice cream and creative mix-ins to fit customers? exact specifications. Founded by Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone began under the hot Arizona sun, eventually spreading its frosty fingers to encompass more than 1,400 locations worldwide. Despite the size of the company, each location?s staff keeps up the handcrafted quality, making ice cream onsite every day and using those signature spatulas to create delicious pointillist art against the freezer wall.

131 E Franklin St
Chapel Hill,