Bakeries in Coralville

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  • Bruegger's
    Lightly toasted or lathered in cream cheese, bagel spot Bruegger's prepares your order just right. None of the fare at Bruegger's is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. Dress is typically casual at Bruegger's, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening. Bruegger's is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering. Or, take your food to go. null Keeping an eye on your budget? Bruegger's is a perfect choice, with most meals costing less than $15.
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    404 1st Ave
    Coralville, IA US
  • Cookies & More
    Eight TripAdvisors give the Old Capitol Mall location of Cookies & More an average of four owl eyes:
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    1660 Sycamore Street
    Iowa City, IA US
  • JJ's Cupcakes and Creamery
    At JJ's, owner Janee Bradshaw brings her passion for baking to the creation of tasty german chocolate, peaches and cream, or butterfinger cupcakes. In addition to cupcakes, the shop serves up scoops of Heyns Ice Cream in flavors such as cappuccino and apple pie.
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    25 East Cherry Street
    North Liberty, IA US
  • Orange Leaf Iowa City
    Every day, Orange Leaf’s self-serve fountains dispense fresh batches of nutritious frozen yogurt in more than 60 varieties. In the sprightly lime-green and burnt-orange parlor, customers fill their bowls or bottomless magician hats with flavors ranging from pomegranate to caramel to wedding cake, laying a dulcet foundation for all manner of toppings from the buffet. There, they adorn their creamy treats with fresh fruits, nuts, and syrups. Unlike other ice creameries that try to confuse health-conscious customers by listing nutrition information in arcane units of measurement, such as "a smidge of calories" or "an earful of saturated fat," Orange Leaf prominently displays its yogurt’s impressive low-fat, low-sugar stats.
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    2300 Edgewood Road Southwest
    Cedar Rapids, IA US
  • Sykora Bakery
    To get to the other side of the world, just walk west on 16th Avenue over the Cedar River. Here, Czech Village brims with the sights and sounds of Central Europe, including restaurants, antique shops, and the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library. The neighborhood was originally settled by Bohemians in the mid-19th century, but 1903 marked another milestone: Sykora Bakery opened its doors, filling the air with the smell of fresh-baked rye bread and pastries. In the decades since, it's turned out kolacky and countless other handmade treats, ultimately forcing the U.S. government to overturn its prohibition on after-dinner snacks. Today, the bakers continue to show up early each morning and hand-make traditional Czech goods, although they have expanded into some new territories. Alongside custom cakes and other desserts, visitors find rye bread made from scratch and a "bohemian hamburger," which is so popular that it graces one of Sykora Bakery's souvenir t-shirts.
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    73 16th Avenue Southwest
    Cedar Rapids, IA US
  • Bellatorianna Gourmet Cupcakery
    *For $12, you get a box of 12 cupcakes in any flavor (a $24 value). *For $24, you get a box of 24 cupcakes in any flavor (a $48 value).
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    2515 8th Avenue
    Marion, IA US