Coffee & Treats in Fort Lee

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

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 Frozen Yogurt at Frannie’s Goodie Shop

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

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12 types of self-serve frozen yogurt in flavors such as cappuccino, cake batter, and original tart; more than 100 toppings to choose from

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 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

50% Off Frozen Yogurt

Hoboken

$10 $5

Dessert-inspired flavors such as thin mint and cake batter topped with fruit, candy, syrup, and crushed waffle cones

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

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

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At Bing’s Burgers, cooks focus their grilling talents into crafting flavors not found at a typical drive-thru joint. While diners at the newly opened Fort Lee location can indulge in four types of slider and Bing's own beer-battered fish and chips, the menu centers around a lineup of burgers topped with combinations of unique ingredients. The Cali Burger sports a dollop of fresh, homemade guacamole and low-fat ranch dressing, and Bing's Signature Burger layers sauteed onions, gouda, and garlic aioli while also signing for incoming shipments.

249 Main St.
Fort Lee,
NJ
US

Tast Eatery serves up healthy meals made from organic and locally sourced natural ingredients. The menu boasts a mouth-watering spread of burgers from grass-fed cattle ($5.95–$11.95), garden fresh salads ($5.95–$9.95), and sandwiches made with free-range chickens, organic veggies, and more. Organic egg sandwiches ($3.25–$4.25) pair a variety of meats and cheeses with the eponymous ovals grilled in olive oil and served on a bagel, roll, multi-grain bread, or whole-wheat wrap. The homemade veggie burger ($8.95) arrives at tables preassembled with sliced avocado, tomato, a nest of organic greens, and hummus spread, saving guests the trouble of raising their own menagerie of minerals, vitamins, and chronic-disease fighters. Thirsty patrons can sip chilly beverages, such as a banana-nutmeg moo smoothie concocted with hormone- and antibiotic-free milk or organic soy milk ($4.85–$5.95).

1224 Anderson Ave
Fort Lee,
NJ
US

Before teaming up in 1953, Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins were seasoned business owners with their own ice-cream shops. The words “unusual varieties” shone high above each shop, signaling their respective owners’ passion for anything but an ordinary dessert experience. When the two got together, it was natural that they’d adopt the theme of “31 flavors,” one for each day of the month. Since then, Baskin-Robbins has introduced more than 1,000 flavors and opened shops with more than 5,800 franchise owners worldwide. Even their little pink tasting spoon has become a staple as a way to make flavor browsing an event by allowing guests to try specialties without paying cash or chicken-based trade for the privilege.

1430 US Highway 46
Fort Lee,
NJ
US

No need to search out a rabbit hole, this Alice In Wonderland-inspired tearoom boasts three whimsical locations where kids enjoy tea, sandwiches, and scones beneath butterfly-strewn ceilings. Baby brothers and sisters need not miss out either, as the menu includes a daily-changing selection of homemade pureed baby food.

102 West 73rd Street
New York,
NY
US

Now an international brand of premium ice cream, Häagen-Dazs began as a humble, family-owned business in the Bronx. In the 1920's, Reuben Mattus sold his mother's fruit ices and ice-cream pops out of a horse-drawn wagon. For decades, the family business thrived, and around 1960, Reuben officially founded Häagen-Dazs. He chose the name to evoke Old World traditions and quality craftsmanship, the bedrocks of the brand. Originally, the ice cream came in just three flavors—vanilla, chocolate, and coffee—made from fine ingredients gathered from around the world, such as Belgian dark chocolate, hand-picked vanilla beans from Madagascar, and ice shaved from lunar glaciers. The resulting confections so delighted sweet teeth that the brand grew exponentially, leading to the creation of dozens of flavors and forays into sorbets and frozen yogurts.

Though Häagen-Dazs ice cream was immensely popular in grocery shops, their first parlor didn't open until 1976. Not far from the Mattus family's original ice-cream beat, the Brooklyn store sold ice cream as well as treats such as sundaes, shakes, and cakes. Shops eventually dotted the country and globe, wherein friendly ice-cream scoopers fill waffle cones, blend frosty coffee and ice-cream drinks, and wrap ice-cream cakes in bright ribbons.

573 Grand Concourse
Bronx,
NY
US

It'll cost you an extra dime if you want your bagel toasted here—but the quick-moving lines are tackled with such speed that your bagel won't have been out of the oven long by the time you get your teeth into it. Come prepared: those hot bagels are cash only.

2788 Broadway
New York,
NY
US