Coffee & Treats in East Orange

Up to 52% Off Ice Cream at Little Scoops

Orangeburg

$12 $6

Welsh Farms ice cream available in flavors such as strawberry, cookies ‘n’ cream, and coffee; served in cones, sundaes, or milkshakes

Up to 42% Off Homemade Ice Cream at Applegate Farm

Upper Montclair

$20 $12

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164-year-old dairy farm with homemade ice cream in more than 63 unique flavors, hand dipped chocolate, cupcakes, and cider donuts made daily

Half Off Wraps, Paninis, and Coffee at Village Coffee

Maplewood

$10 $5

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Wraps and paninis such as the prosciutto with spinach, mozzarella, and roasted peppers, plus coffee

Up to 50% Off Frozen Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

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Here, sweet, tart, and sugar-free yogurt flavors can be eaten with toppings, blended into protein shakes, or stuffed into cakes

51% Off at Frozen In Time Ice Cream Parlour

Livingston

$35 $17

Hershey's ice cream, soft-serve frozen yogurt, italian ices, and smoothies

50% Off International Café Cuisine at GainVille Café

Leadville

$20 $10

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Sandwiches, salads, and beverages draw on flavors from around the globe, such as rose petals, garam-masala spices, and garlicky hummus

$5 for Drinks at Coffee Beanery

Jersey City – Hudson Mall

$10 $5

Baristas pour steamy caramelattes, blend strawberry monsoon fruit smoothies, and craft chai tea chillers at a spot in the Hudson Mall

40% Off Fresh Juice and Latin Food at Tropical Juice Bar

Multiple Locations

$5 $3

Juices & smoothies blended with tropical fruits such as passionfruit & mango - served alongside Latin dishes, including empanadas & mofongo

45% off at Bean Vault Coffee

Hoboken

$4 $2.20

Trendy coffee shop serves vegan and gluten-free items, iced coffees, lattes, and freshly baked cookies, scones, danish, and croissants

Up to 42% Off Lee Lee's Baked Goods

Harlem

$7 $4

Quaint bakery dishes out signature raspberry, apricot & chocolate rugelach alongside cakes, pastries & other treats

Up to 53% Off Award-Winning Café Food at Mara's Cafe & Bakery

New York

$20 $10

Pair in-house roasted coffee with quiche, gelato, pastries, and sandwiches at the new location of an award-winning coffeehouse

Up to 50% Off Desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets

New York

$10 $5

Baked goods and treats such as oatmeal creme pie, peanut butter oatmeal cookies and old fashion peanut brittle

45% Off Frozen Yogurt at Yogurt in Love

Financial District

$20 $11

Frozen yogurt, coffee, waffle and other edible treats lift up an afternoon or any time of day

50% Off Cupcakes at I Am Cupcakes

Corner of Main St and John St

$20 $10

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Four dozen varieties of classic and specialty cupcakes, such as key lime pie, cookies & cream, pecan pie, red velvet, and almond joy

Dunkin' Donuts - Up to 48% Off

Montville

$21.35 $11

Fuel mornings with piping hot coffee and assorted donuts such as long johns, crullers, and cake donuts

50% Off Frozen Yogurt

Chatham

$10 $5

Serving all-natural frozen yogurt, Go Yo Go lets guests to build desserts from over 24 flavors of frozen yogurt and 80 toppings

Three Tarts – 40% Off Sweets

The Plaza Food Hall

$20 $12

Sweet shop featured on Good Morning Amerca whips up dark-chocolate brownies and spongy marshmallow squares

Up to 59% Off Bistro Cuisine at Caffe Martier

Midtown East

$95 $39

Continental bistro dinner that includes entrees of ravioli or tilapia, house red or white wine, and sweet dessert crepes

45% Off Organic Food, Juices, and Smoothies at Juke Box Juice & Salad

New York

$30 $16.50

Healthy organic food, fresh juices, and smoothies

Up to 50% for Italian Pastries

Park Slope

$16 $8

Bite into a cannoli or marzipan-covered cassata cake, each made with ingredients imported from Italy

50% Off Frozen Yogurt at YoArt

The Plaza Food Hall

$10 $5

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During parties, kids or adults receive a cup of fro-yo and dress it with more than 100 toppings such as whipped cream and champagne cordials

Up to 52% Off Frozen Yogurt, Smoothies, Bubble Tea, and Other Treats

Hackensack

$10 $5

Eco-friendly yogurt company pairs responsible practices with indulgent, unexpected flavors, such as Blueberry Truffle and Bananas Foster

Select Local Merchants

Owned and operated by the Stolz family for more than 35 years, Supreme Bakery fills its shelves with a fresh-baked bounty of certified-kosher breads, cookies, pies, and pastries made from scratch each day. Earning accolades from Modern Baking for the store's “high quality products”, bakers handcraft a variety of artisan breads, including baguettes made with all-natural, unbleached, unbromated flour mixed with water, salt, and yeast ($2.40/loaf). Or try a loaf of homemade challah bread ($3.95), which may be enjoyed fresh, fried into french toast, or used to smuggle a pound of raspberry-filled butter cookies ($12.75) across state lines. Customers preparing for a celebration can carry out a 7-inch yellow cake with buttercream frosting ($20.75) or design a custom cake in any size using the online cake builder, and cupcakes featuring beloved Sesame Street characters delight youngsters and keep Big Bird’s headshot in circulation ($2.55).

40 Main St
West Orange,
NJ
US

At The Cupcake Kitchen and Luncheonette, owner Jennifer O’Connel shows off her cupcake making skills. Mixers churn locally made butter and natural extracts into batter, creating delectable flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, and red velvet to bake into individual puffs. After pulling pans from the oven, the baking team swirls on frosting and sprinkles toppings, dressing each pastry for attendance at parties, holiday dinners, or liquid diet breakdowns. Before patrons come by to claim their frosted dozen, the pastries take up temporary residence in the 1950s-themed shop, basking in the glory of an artificial-additive-free existence.

100 Main St
Irvington,
NY
US

Sweet Retreat Boutique's palate-popular bakers curb relentless sweet-tooth cravings with made-from-scratch cupcakes and whole cakes that have flaunted such flavors as red velvet, carrot, and pineapple cream cheese. The shop's imaginative cake designers work closely with clients to assemble custom cakes that commemorate special occasions such as birthdays, weddings, and the end of century-long thumb wars. Premade cakes in a variety of sizes come in round and square shapes, and proudly don top-shelf ingredients and layers of tasty frosting.

21 Academy Street
Newark,
NJ
US

Considered one of New Jersey’s best kept secrets by NJ Channel 12 and celebrating its 50th anniversary, DiPaolo Bros. Bakery has helped placate Newark’s passion for fresh-baked goods since 1961. Load up on leavened loaves from a lineup that features panella ($1.85 small, $2.65 large), ciabatta ($1.99 small, $3.49 large), and French ($1.55 small, $1.99 large) and Italian rolls both round and long ($0.40). Patrons looking for traditional Italian specialties find a 40-year-old cannoli cream recipe clamoring for attention ($1.25 small, $2.25 large) and chewy pignoli cookies fresh from their pine-nut shower, a topping more palatable than honey-flavored hair gel ($16.99 per pound). Additionally, a collection of cakes ($15.99 for 7”, $99.95 for full sheet) helps to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, dental cleanings, grandma’s senior prom, or any of life’s other little pleasures.

399 Bloomfield Ave
Newark,
NJ
US

NY Bagel Cafe & Deli's kitchen bakes its bagels fresh every day, fueling a savory expansion to locations across seven states. At the Newark site, a glass case displays doughy circles infused with ingredients such as sun-dried tomatoes and blueberries. Patrons can opt to decorate their bagels or the eatery's pumpkin-colored walls with cream-cheese spreads flavored with scallions, bacon, and strawberries. In addition, deli sandwiches enfold Boar's Head–brand meats and cheeses in italian bread, wraps, or rolls.

108 Jabez St
Newark,
NJ
US

Before it became the set of one of the most polarizing television series finales of all time, Holsten's was a classic diner and ice cream parlor. Now, it still serves its homemade ice cream and house specials—two burgers, made with beef chopped that day—but camera flashes aren't uncommon, especially near one particular booth. People who sit there tend to order onion rings, because that's what Tony Soprano ordered just before the show ended.

The staff doesn't mind the extra attention that The Sopranos fanbase showers on their restaurant. In fact, they sell T-shirts emblazoned with the phrase, "The Final Episode." But they also stay true to their roots, whipping up diner fare from BLTs to grilled cheese and double-decker club sandwiches. The dessert menu features ice cream in flavors such as vanilla, black raspberry, and butter pecan, all of which can be piled atop brownies or bananas to make a sundae. There's also homemade candy, including truffles, assorted chocolates, and seasonal sweets more appetizing than autumn leaves dipped in honey.

1063 Broad St
Bloomfield,
NJ
US