Coffee & Treats in Clemmons

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

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

$31 $15

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One Dozen Gourmet Cake Pops or One or Two Dozen Gourmet Cupcakes at My Cake Gallery (Up to 62% Off)

My Cake Gallery


Created with an eye for artistry, each cake pop and cupcake wows friends and family with its beauty and rich flavors

$21 $10

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6- or 10-Visit Punch Card or One Two-Gallon Create-A-Tin at Gourmet Gatlyn's Popcorn (Up to 56% Off)

Gourmet Gatlyn's Popcorn


Hand-crafted gourmet popcorns in savory an sweet flavors ranging from dill pickle to snickerdoodle

$30 $14

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18 or 36 Cake Pops in a Variety Box at The Icing & The Cake (Up to 48% Off)

The Icing & The Cake


Team of cake sculptors molds dough into bite-size balls surrounded by a layer of icing & chocolate, all speared on a mess-preventing stick

$54 $28

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$8 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Baked Goods at Our Daily Bread Bakery ($20 Total Value)

Our Daily Bread Bakery


Baker prepares brick-oven baked artisan breads, pastries, sandwiches, pizza, and specialty cakes

$5 $2

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Baked Goods and Desserts at Las Delicias Bakery (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Delicias Bakery


Freshly baked goods such as sweet breads, tarts, and cheesecakes, plus custom cakes for birthdays and other events

$10 $5

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Coffee Drinks or Tea and Baked Goods for Two or Four at FABO (42% Off)



Fresh coffee, espresso drinks, tea, cookies, and scones, served in an eclectic setting decorated with vibrant works by local artists

$13.70 $8

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$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Gourmet Baked Goods at The Wow Factor Cakes ($30 Total Value)

The Wow Factor Cakes


Wedding cakes, cupcakes, and cake pops that elicit "Wow"s for their flavors and innovative designs

$15 $7

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One or Two Dozen Donuts or Five Groupons, Each Good for a Coffee and Donut at Your Moms Donuts (Up to 38% Off)

Your Mom's Donuts


Gourmet hand-crafted donuts pair with locally roasted coffee

$24 $15

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Healthy Food and Café Drinks at Oasis in Carr Mill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Oasis in Carr Mill

Carrboro Central Business District

Locally baked pastries, fruit and vegetable smoothies, vegetarian stews and quiches, pizzas and crepes, organic beer, coffee, and tea

$16 $8

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$6 for $12 Worth of Desserts and Baked Treats at Cinnabon


NRV Mall - Christiansburg

Delicious baked goods including the Classic Roll with cream cheese frosting, Minibons, Cinnabon Stix, to-go CinnaPacks, and more

$12 $6

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One- or Two-Dozen Cupcakes at Sweet Savory Cupcakes (50% Off)

Sweet Savory Cupcakes

West End

Cupcakes made from red velvet and chocolate as well as signature flavors such as chicken and waffle

$30 $15

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Tavern Food for Two or Four at World of Beer (Up to 44% Off)

World of Beer


Classic comfort food ramped up with modern flavors

$20 $12

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Select Local Merchants

Sweet Frog?s frozen-yogurt flavors go beyond the norm. In addition to cookies ?n? cream and greek yogurt with honey, the lineup of 75 varieties includes maple-bacon donut, cake batter, and dulce de leche. Patrons can sprinkle on toppings such as fresh fruit and candies, then savor their confetti?d confections in the lime-green-and-pink restaurant. Smiling frogs and funky white hanging lamps give the stores an air of fun, but founder Derek Cha is interested in giving more than that to the community; through Sweet Frog, he sponsors children in need and dispatches frog mascots to those who need encouragement.

6297 Towncenter Drive

When a fire destroyed the original Dewey's Bakery in 1955, it seemed like that might be the end of the Dewey's legacy. The bakery had been a local landmark since 1930, when Dewey G. Wilkerson lifted spirits during the Great Depression with his Moravian cookies and other treats. But then the Winston-Salem community bonded together to keep Dewey's in business, and soon it moved to Thruway Shopping Center, where its flagship location still stands today.

Dewey's Moravian morsels have stood the test of time, too. Today, the bakery's regional edibles range from sugar cakes to Lovefeast buns, whose subtle flavors of nutmeg and lemon rind enliven traditional Moravian Lovefeast ceremonies. In addition to those original, homemade recipes, Dewey's highlights other classic sweets, including pumpkin spice cake pops and pink lemonade cheesecake. The critically lauded bakery sends even more goodies?from cheese biscuits to gluten-free cookies ?far and wide.

150 Vinegar Hill Rd
Winston Salem,

Though high-school teacher Jason Knight had an “entrepreneurial spirit” and dreamed of opening a cookie and ice cream parlor, he also didn’t know “anything about making ice cream,” as he once explained to the Winston-Salem Journal. Intrigued by his friend’s dream and eager to support him on this endeavor, Edgar Everett—a chiropractor by trade—joined forces with his college pal, and the two immersed themselves in all things sweet, from ice-cream-making seminars to baking classes; thus Cookies + Cream was born, sating sweet cravings with batches of freshly baked cookies and housemade ice cream.

In the years since handing a freshly minted waffle cone to his first customer, Jason has spent countless hours perfecting the recipes for 45 different flavors of ice cream, including inventive options such as banana macadamia chip, cinnamon stick, and caramel latte. Warm, fragrant clouds of baked cookies and brownies escape the kitchen and flood the shop, and milkshakes and sundaes cool down mouths overheated from fielding crank phone calls from auctioneers. Guests can get their treats to go or snuggle into the seating area as they sip their coffees and plug into the shop’s free WiFi. Jason and Edgar also host fundraising events on a regular basis. For example, Doggy Day is a benefit for Stepping Stones Canine Rescue replete with doggy ice cream, face painting, and pet caricature drawings for pups able to laugh at the size of their snouts.

5395 Robinhood Village Dr
Winston Salem,

Each Bagel Station bagel is formed by hand from scratch using fresh ingredients, then cooked the authentic Brooklyn way: first boiled, then baked. The original Bagel Station offers 18 varieties, while Bagel Station II stocks 16 flavors. Accompany a cinnamon raisin, poppy seed, or chocolate chip circlebread ($.89 each/$8.81 for a baker's dozen) with sweet and savory toppings such as honey butter ($1.60 including bagel), scallion cream cheese ($2.60), or breakfasty melted cheese ($2.65). Bagelccessories include bagel chips ($1.99 per bag), muffins ($1.50), and scones ($1.69).

129 Oakwood Dr
Winston Salem,

Café Roche is a locally owned and independently operated coffee shop devoted to delicious café fare and sustainable business practices. The coffee is organic, shade-grown, and direct trade whenever possible, and the ice cream is all-natural and sourced from grass-fed cows at Homeland Creamery in Julian. Wake up sweetly with an espresso-anchored crème brûlée cortado, glazed with raw sugar and caramelized with a blow torch ($2.99), rise simply with a large drip coffee ($2.04), or jolt awake briskly with an iced beverage. Ice cream ($2.99 for one scoop, $3.99 for three) comes in a variety of flavors, such as blueberry, butter pecan, and vanilla, and a java milkshake caffeinates a sweet tooth with a shot of espresso ($4.99–$5.99).

1316 S Hawthorne Rd
Winston Salem,

Dairy Queen offers a cool, frosty respite from harsh summer heat with a variety of frozen ice-cream delicacies. The signature Blizzard's chunky charms dissolve flavor lockouts with classic candies, cookies, or fruits blended to unmatched thickness with soft serve ($3.59 for a medium) spun in a specialty centrifuge for maximum creaminess. The waffle-bowl sundae delivers vanilla ice cream nestled in a chocolate-bedecked waffle-cone bowl with a choice of tempting toppings ($3.95), and the milkshake ($2.59 for a medium) puts spoons to shame with its refreshing strawability and willingness to fit into cup holders and miniature siege cannons.

1425 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston Salem,