Coffee & Treats in Fruit Cove

Chocolate-Chip Cookie Cake, One Dozen Gourmet Cookies, or a Cookie Basket from Cookies By Design (Up to Half Off)

Cookies By Design


$37.99 $19

Bakers hand-decorate 13-inch cookie cakes; one-dozen cookies in flavors such as white-chocolate pecan, oatmeal raisin, and snickerdoodle

Gourmet Popcorn at On & Poppin' East Coast Gourmet Popcorn Co. (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

On & Poppin' East Coast Gourmet Popcorn Co.


$10 $5

Family-owned business's housemade popcorn comes in more than 20 flavors, including green apple, cinnamon spice, and garlic parmesan

Ice Cream, Frozen Treats, and Coffee Blends at Haagen-Dazs (50% Off). Two Options Available.


Haagen Dazs

$10 $5

Premium ice cream in flavors such as butter pecan, rocky road, chocolate, and dulce de leche served in waffle cones, sundaes, or shakes

Two Ice-Cream Pints or Milkshakes, or Combo Meals for Two or Four at Working Cow Homemade (Up to 56% Off)

Working Cow Homemade


$12 $6

Ice-cream aficionados scoop out mounds of homemade ice cream, and guests nosh on salads and wraps

$10 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Vegan Coffee and Baked Goods at Radical Press Coffee ($20 Total Value)

Radical Press Coffee


$5 $2.50

Worker-run, anti-profit coffee shop located in the Civic Media Center, Gainesville's radical lending library

Two or Four Medium Ice-Cream Creations at Cold Stone Creamery (Up to 48% Off)

Cold Stone Creamery

Multiple Locations

$10.98 $6

Friendly staff mash in a variety of mix-ins, such as cookie dough and brownie bites, into Love It–size ice cream creations

$8 for a Punch Card Good for Five Medium Shaved Ices Made With One Topping at Icy Paradise ($15 Value)

Icy Paradise

Daytona Beach

$15 $8

Melt-in-your-mouth shaved ice in flavors such as tutti-frutti, mango, and piña colada

Five Small Tropical Smoothies or Four Large Tropical Smoothies at Green Zone Smoothie & Juice Bar (52% Off)

Green Zone Smoothie & Juice Bar


$24.95 $12

Fresh, tropical smoothies in flavors such as peach, banana-raspberry, or mango-coconut

Select Local Merchants

The friendly staff at MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery churns dozens of creamy flavors fresh each day before enhancing frozen creations with inventive mix-ins and toppings. They power through shivers to fold nuts, candy, and fruit into ice-cream varieties such as chocolate banana, and sprinkle sugary toppings over ice-cream pizzas, one of MaggieMoo's signature creations. Aside from other avant-garde dessert offerings—which include ice-cream cupcakes—the staff slings frozen favorites including cones, creamy milkshakes, and ice-cream cakes.

Occasional appearances by Miss Maggie Moo, the business's iconic cow, delight customers. She also lends her services to fundraising efforts for local schools and charities.

1910 Wells Road
Orange Park,

Dreamette has been serving classic dipped cones, milkshakes, and sundaes to its many fans in the Jacksonville community since 1948. Mosey up to the mosey-up window for a classic soft-serve cone dipped in one of several flavors, including chocolate, cotton candy, blue raspberry, and strawberry (starting at $1.70). Or pump some potassium into your electro-light sweet tooth with a banana split (starting at $4.25). A vast assortment of sundaes and milkshakes (starting at $3.15)—including the butterfinger milkshake topped with walnuts and the Blue Hawaiian, a mixture of pineapple, coconut, dancing smurfs, and banana—also takes shape behind the counter.

1458 S 6th St

Smoothie King, at the St. Johns Town Center on the south side, is one of the top smoothie brands in Jacksonville. Known for its thick, delicious and creamy smoothies, Smoothie King offers a mega menu of flavors like strawberry kiwi and carrot kale, made with natural juice, real fruit and vegetables. Customers can also get enhancers for things like weight loss, muscle building, energy and protein replacement. Smoothie King also offers snacks like energy bars and high protein cookies, as well as a wide variety of supplements for all health needs and goals. With bright yellow walls, overhead lighting, pristine counters and colorful board menus above the counter, the smoothie shop feels light and airy. There are a few tables and chairs, but most shoppers grab their smoothie to go.

4624 Town Crossing Dr

Yobe Frozen Yogurt in the Avondale Shopping district is a chain froyo spot with several locations throughout Jacksonville. This delicious, sweet, creamy frozen yogurt has found a loyal following, thanks to its fat free nature and sweet finish. Yobe, like most fast-casual yogurt shops, offers a handful of flavors that switch up daily, including salted caramel and blueberry swirl taro. Toppings run from healthy to decadent, with granola giving way to Captain Crunch, mochi and the usual array of chocolate chips, gummies, sprinkles and peanut butter pieces. The small shop sports lime green walls, large hanging lantern lights, white Lucite tables and chairs and scant patio seating out front. Yobe is not self-serve, however, so the counter person handles your topping needs.

3578 Saint Johns Ave

When the founders of 3 Sisters Chocolate & Bakery sought the perfect inspiration for their chocolate shop, they looked no further than three sisters they knew—one really creative, one really sweet, and one a perfectionist. When they founded 3 Sisters Chocolate & Bakery more than a decade ago, they combined these ideals to craft creative, sweet treats from family recipes with supreme attention to detail. Today, the 3 Sisters repertoire includes gourmet cupcakes, brownies, and decadent truffles. It also features the unexpected, such as chocolate pizzas and shoes, adding to the shop's mantra that chocolate is an experience, not just something to eat or pump through an IV.

9965 San Jose Blvd

Without a job, single mother Gwen Willhite was facing a difficult situation. But a sweet solution relieved her tough times: she assembled homemade cookies into a more sugary version of the bouquet, an idea she thought would be perfect for gift-giving. The concept was a hit, and within a few years, the business she called Cookie Bouquet had become a franchise. Willhite's company, now called Cookies By Design, continues to churn out edible bouquets, alongside cookie cakes and cookies in flavors such as white-chocolate pecan, snickerdoodles, and oatmeal raisin. Cookies By Design has expanded to many locations across the US, where staffers at each hub freshly bake and hand-decorate each creation.

4327 Southside Boulevard