Coffee & Treats in Greenwood

Up to 53% Off at Bee Coffee Roasters

Bee Coffee Roasters

$40 $19

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Drip-brew coffee and espresso drinks made from small-batch, locally roasted beans

Up to 56% Off Tea, Sandwiches, and Scones

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

Organic Frozen Yogurt from 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

Up to 51% Off Cupcakes at Vanilla Bean Bakery

St Vincent - Greenbriar

$36 $19

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A daily rotating menu of specialty cupcakes includes flavors such as vanilla raspberry, peanut butter cup, and chocolate coconut.

50% Off at Yogi Frozen Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

Close to 50 different types of candy, fresh fruit, syrup, and cookies top 10 flavors of yogurt at self-serve shop

44% Off Handel's Homemade Ice Cream & Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$8 $4.50

Rotating selection of more than 140 flavors of ice cream, including chocolate peanut butter brownie, coffee chocolate chip, and maple walnut

50% Off Coffee, Bubble Tea & Frozen Yogurt at Yo Paradise

Fishers

$8 $4

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The menu includes coffee and bubble tea, as well as frozen yogurt in flavors such as mango tart, peanut butter, irish mint, and green tea

Up to 67% Off at Darrin's Coffee Co.

Zionsville

$37.50 $15

Specialty coffee drinks include lattes, iced coffee, and the grasshopper—a sweet blend of green coffee, chocolate, and vanilla

Frozen Yogurt at Yogo Passion

Westfield

$10 $5

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

Up to 44% Off at Urban Pastries

Noble West (Hazel Dell Crossing)

$7.20 $5

Eastern european puff pastries in sweet and savory flavors such as potato, mushroom, pizza, chocolate, or cinnamon bun; WiFi available

$10 for Frozen Yogurt at Incredible Yogurt

Muncie

$5 $2.50

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Frozen yogurt in a constantly rotating selection of flavors that may include red velvet cake, sugar-free mango, and chocolate caramel turtle

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Sunshine Bakery specializes in brightening dreary days with tastes far more delightful than the invasive ultraviolet spectrum. In a simply decorated, homey environment that relies less on bells and whistles and more on smells and deliciousles, the bakery’s staff of local pastriespeople whip up towering stacks of fresh cookies, gourmet cupcakes, and intricate event cakes every day. Choose from a variety of cupcake flavors for your six handheld delights (a $12 value). Classics such as red velvet and vanilla bean are available alongside orange poppyseed and the house specialty Andes mint, a white-based cupcake containing a flavorful burst of Andes chocolate-mint decadence. The iced cookies (a $10 value for six) are made fresh every day and iced in icing, not actual ice, which no longer exists outside of a small glacier cave in the Appalachian Mountains.

202 W Main St
Greenwood,
IN
US

Whether with a Super Mario Kart–themed birthday cake, a holiday cake shaped like a pile of wrapped gifts, or cupcakes with perfectly swirled buttercream frosting, the bakers at Let Them Eat Cake turn dessert into edible works of art. They create personalized designs for cupcakes and cakes to suit any occasion, such as weddings, holidays, or birthday parties. They also ship cakes to customers outside of the area, ensuring their safety with layers of bubble packaging, plastic wrap, and a bodyguard who rides along inside the box.

898 Mallory Pkwy
Franklin,
Indiana
US

Stepping into The Sweet Tooth Fairy shop is like walking into another era: round tables and high-backed chairs surround an old-fashioned soda fountain, and oldies music plays softly nearby. Pale-blue walls and white crown molding stand behind a glass case full of sweet treats, which are baked daily and earned proprietor Megan Faulkner Brown two appearances on The Rachael Ray Show—one when she was still baking in her basement kitchen, and the next three years later, when her business had grown to nine locations.

Megan uses the "most ordinary" ingredients to whip up her extraordinary pastries, which include chocolate-chip and iced oatmeal cookies, brownies, lemon bars, and a variety of cupcakes and full-grown cakes. Signature cakebites don coats of chocolate or white chocolate flecked with sprinkles. Flavors of baked goods rotate monthly, with some favorites available on a daily basis. Gluten-free options are available, as are frosting shots designed to save time usually spent licking every drop of frosting off the top of a full-size cake.

610 Massachusetts Ave
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Operating out of the kitchen of an Episcopal church, the talented bakers at The Cakehole offer only customized, made-to-order treats. Their sucrose skills allow them to replicate stills from a movie for Oscar-themed cupcake trays or create a whole nest of Angry Birds-adorned cupcakes. Armed with sugar, water, and dye, bakers create decorative, multi-tiered cake art emblazoned with characters and themes from pop culture, comic books, and outdated tax codes. They can also fuse cakes and cupcakes together for a full mise en scéne, such as a zombie-themed wedding cake with accompanying cupcakes topped with tiny gum paste body parts.

2625 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis,
IN
US

From the thick golden crusts of his Chicago-style pizzas to the hand-pounded cuts of pork on his tenderloin sandwiches, chef and owner Michael Kotarski, who co-owns the restaurant with his sister, Katie, caters to hearty appetites. Strapping plates can be found throughout the menu, including triple-decker BLTs layered between sourdough. The kitchen turns out dessert orders from scratch that feature bread pudding, white chocolate raspberry bars, and salted caramel bars.

9611 N College Ave
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Kolache Factory sates handheld cravings with its sweet and savory sachets stuffed with more than 25 flavorful fillings. The pastry purveyor's innovative bakers put a tasty twist on the traditional fruit-and-poppy-seed kolaches that originated in Eastern Europe, packing them with delectable stuffings, such as pepperoni and mushroom ($1.65 each, $17.82/dozen), bacon, egg, and cheese ($2.19 each, $23.65/dozen), and sausage, jalapeño, and cheese ($1.45 each, $15.66/dozen). Greet the slowly receding swirling darkness of morning with nibbles of sausage and gravy kolaches ($1.69 each, $18.25/dozen), or take a bite-size break with one of seven fruit options ($1.09 each, $11.77/dozen).

9650 Allisonville Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US