Coffee & Treats in Greenfield

Up to 42% Off Cookie Pops at Louise's Sweets

Louise's Sweets

Indianapolis

$18 $11

Variety pack of individually wrapped pops available in flavors such as chocolate raspberry, classic chocolate-dipped, and banana cream pie

Up to 56% Off Tea, Sandwiches, and Scones

Signature at the Propylaeum and Serenity

Multiple Locations

$36 $18

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Victorian-style environs full of antiques host English tea, including cucumber sandwiches, chocolate-almond scones, and sweet treats

Up to 64% Off Create-Your-Own-Tea Event

Occasions Divine

The Propylaeum

$48 $25

Blend and brew your own personalized tea inside 121-year-old Victorian clubhouse; scones and hearty snacks provided

Up to 50% Off European Meal at Taste of Europe

Taste of Europe

Mayflower Park

$26 $13

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Hungarian goulash with diner's choice of meat and medley plates of gumbo or italian seafood

Organic Frozen Yogurt from Cultured Swirl

Cultured Swirl

Indianapolis

$5 $2.50

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Toppings such as hot Nutella and sea salt sprinkled over 8 rotating flavors of organic frozen yogurt, including vegan and non-dairy options

Half Off 24 Belgium Cookies from Kathleen's Kookies

Kathleen's Kookies

On Location

$38 $19

Family recipe from five generations carries on delicious, crispy cookie made in different flavors.

50% Off Teas and Collectibles at TeaPots n Treasures

TeaPots n Treasures

East Indianapolis

$10 $5

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Tea-centric store stocks vintage teapots, unique infusers, and 900+ tea blends, many of which are made specifically for local businesses

45% Off Cupcakes at Truly Lovely Cupcakes

Truly Lovely Cupcakes

Greenwood

$20 $11

Madagascar vanilla bean cupcake with vanilla buttercream, cookies 'n' cream cupcake with an Oreo, and carrot with cream-cheese frosting

Frozen Yogurt at Yogo Passion

Yogo Passion

Westfield

$10 $6

Visitors mix self-serve yogurt with fruit toppings, enjoying them indoors or in patio seating

Up to 50% Off 12 Oz. Bags of Coffee

La Crema Coffee Company

La Crema Coffee Company

$21 $11

Central and South American, Indonesian, and African blends, or unique flavored coffees such as crumb cake and tiramisu

Half Off at Jojo’s Cupcakes and More

Jojo's Cupcakes and More

Hamilton

$33 $16.49

Gourmet treats range from an Elvis-inspired peanut butter banana cupcake to a vanilla cupcake sprinkled with edible pearls

45% Off Teas and Treats at Boba Cha

Boba Cha

Over-the-Rhine

$20 $11

Bubble teas with tapioca pearls in flavors such as mango, taro, and peach

Up to 54% Off Cupcakes

A Mother's Touch Cakes

Farmer's Market

$30 $15

Baker who uses 10% of every purchase to feed people in need whips up gourmet cupcakes, including gluten-free, sugar-free, and vegan options

Up to 65% Off Tea Tasting at Churchill's Fine Teas

Churchill's Fine Teas

Over-The Rhine

$35 $18

5,000 years of tea covered in two hours; includes tea tasting, food, and brewing demonstration

50% Off Soft-Served Ice Cream at Jenco Brothers' Candy

Jenco Brothers' Candy

CUF

$6 $3

Candy store acts as a stockpile of hundreds of toppings for soft-served ice cream

Up to 58% Off at Heather's Coffee and Café

Heather's Coffee and Café

Springboro

$11.95 $5

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Four drip roasts and eight specialty coffees pair with classic breakfast items and lunchtime sandwiches and salads

35% Off Frozen Yogurt at Soyo Yogurt

Soyo Yogurt

Centerville

$10 $6.50

Georgia peach, extreme chocolate, pomegranate raspberry, and dozens of other premium flavors ready to be loaded with candy toppings

Up to 52% Off frappuccinos & summer coffee drinks at Cafe 125

Cafe 125

Huber Heights

$17.75 $9

Baristas mix together traditional coffee combinations and custom coffee drinks in 12-ounce cups

Select Local Merchants

Husk prefers its corn sweet and its farms close by. Grown just minutes from Husk HQ, the sweet ears hail from four sustainably-minded Indiana farms: Weaver's Produce, Stout's Melody Acres, Eli Creek Farms, and Wilson Farms. Each supplier has a story to tell—about their humble origins; about the generations of kin who operate them; about the values that make them tick; and about the tiny looms on which they weave their husks.

Though these stories might be different, these farms are all integral to Husk's overall mission of growing and selling corn locally.They represent a return to a community-oriented business style, much like the one that powered Indiana's food supply prior to 20th-century industry. A unique part of their business involves harvesting Indiana sweet corn while it's still in season, then preserving it through a labor-intensive process, so that it's summer flavor can be enjoyed year-round.

4202 North Awning Court
Greenfield,
IN
US

The bakers at Butternut Bakery craft darling cakes and cupcakes for celebrations, but the kitchen doesn't stop there. Patrons visit the homey eatery for breakfast, where they can order eggs any way they like them—except in a omelet with cotton candy. At lunchtime, sandwiches made with grilled chicken or bacon are whisked out to waiting customers, and housemade pastries round out meals with a sweet finish. On select Friday nights, prime-rib dinners bring the community together for a familial feast.

105 West Main Street
Morristown,
IN
US

At The Coffee Brake Company, the wafting aromas of fresh coffee do not deceive: the staff freshly roasts beans onsite. They select local and artisan beans to blend into java drinks that can be served hot, cold, or by a dance crew from a nearby movie set.

6215 Allisonville Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Squeeze is focused on hunting down the freshest ingredients from the untamed ingredient jungle and squishing them together, resulting in a menu that roars with nutritious and friendly life. Smoothies are made with 100% juice and fruit and have no sugar added. Choose from a variety of favorite flavor combinations in three sizes: the Rookie ($3.65 for 16 ounces), the Original ($4.45 for 24 ounces), and the Big Squeeze ($5.35 for 32 ounces). Slurp classily on classics such as a strawberry-banana-frozen-yogurt blend or a summery bouquet of watermelon juice, strawberries, bananas, and orange sherbet. "Exotic" smoothie combos cost about a dollar extra, giving customers super-vivifying body-electric choices including açai berry and Matcha green-tea blends.

11769 Commercial Dr
Fishers,
IN
US

A Taste of Paradise scoops, slices, and specially designs a smorgasbord of ice cream, cakes, and cookies for palates of all ages and personalities. Glacé journeys begin daintily with a single dollop of ice cream ($1.89/scoop) or glacially with a heaping 12-scoop Luscious Luau, scientifically designed to support simultaneous spooning ($15). Brain-frozen jaws regain composure with tepid treats, including red velvet cupcakes topped with cream-cheese icing ($2) and house-made pies of the sugar cream, apple, or pecan varieties ($8+). Peanut-butter balls, sugar-free turtles, coconut mountains, and an eclectic cookie selection round out the menu, enabling folks of all ages to shake hands with the wee-treat that suits their mood, style, or allegiance to circle shapes ($0.39–$3.50).

218 S Main St
Fortville,
IN
US

The scent of fresh-baked sweets draws people into the boutique-style bakery, but it's the fluffy buttercream made fresh daily and piled high on each cupcake that keeps them sticking around for more. "People eat first with their eyes," says owner and baker Corrie Case, who uses the creativity she learned from her mother to construct aesthetically pleasing desserts. Baking since she was just 10 years old, Corrie always thought she would open her own candy shop, as everyone who tasted her cupcakes encouraged her to do so. Today, her bakery’s kitchen shines in robin’s-egg blue, her kitchen's creations neatly lined up inside glass cases as they tempt customers with their chic designs and fluffy textures. Coveted flavors include the Snickers cupcake, which melds the flavors of the favored candy bar and the Dreamy White, a french vanilla cupcake topped with clouds of vanilla frosting. Corrie’s coconut cream pie tempts with peaks of whipped cream, and her house-made caramel corn transports her back to the candy shops of her childhood with every batch she makes. Her baked goods pair well with gelato from Gelato Da Vinci, a local purveyor who whips up the cold treats from a generations-old recipe, or with coffee from local roaster Harvest Cafe. It seems Corrie has really found her calling. Says the baker, "I love that I get to wake up every day and make sweets that people love."

11009 Allisonville Rd
Fishers,
IN
US