Coffee & Treats in Highland Park

Up to 73% Off Tea Class and Tasting at Prima Tea


$57 $23

Loose-leaf experts offer lessons and patrons taste samples of gourmet teas from around the world

Half Off Punchcard for Four Drinks and Four Pastries at Glenview Grind


$24 $12

Local coffee shop serves pastries, smoothies, and coffee and contributes proceeds to local charities and organizations

Up to 57% Off Tea Tastings at Adagio Teas

Multiple Locations

$46 $21


Groups sample a variety of flavorful teas and take home ceramic teapots

Up to 53% Off at Mrs. A's Cupcakes

Mrs A Cupcakes @ The Pickwick

$19 $9

Mother and daughters bake specialty cupcakes, cookies, and donuts from scratch daily using fresh ingredients

Half Off Chocolate Tasting for Two

Park Ridge

$32 $16


Sample eight chocolates from around the world

Half Off Frozen Yogurt at BerrySimple Yogurt


$10 $5

Frozen yogurt flavors such as nonfat pumpkin and low-fat orange creamsicle cradle fresh fruit, brownie dough bites, and caramel sauce

$5 for Frozen Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

Fill a cup with any combination of a rotating selection of more than 50 low-fat and nonfat fro-yo flavors and dozens of toppings

50% Off at Andresen's Bakery


$10 $5

Custom cakes, pies, cookies, sweet rolls, and chocolate-covered strawberries join fresh breads at a bakery with a 50+ year history

Up to 63% Off Coffee- or Espresso-Making Class

South Barrington

$100 $45

Café teaches coffee drinkers how to make a perfect cup of joe at home or how to brew espresso during coffee classes

Cold Stone Creamery – Up to 50% Off Ice Cream

Oak Park

$12.60 $7


Mix-ins blend with fresh-churned ice cream to create unique flavor combinations

Select Local Merchants

For more than 25 years, Once Upon a Bagel’s staff has cultivated a cozy vibe at the deliciously bread-perfumed bagel shop where customers can linger over breakfast, lunch, or dinner without feeling rushed or ignored. Atop the eatery’s main counter, bagels pile into baskets labeled with flavors such as asiago cheese, chocolate chip, pumpernickel, and honey blueberry, and trays of bagels, fish, and meat are prepared for catering. Beneath the bagel spread, an ample selection of breads puffs up in leavened excitement, hoping diners choose them to build a base for salmon-salad sandwiches, turkey pastrami, and the customer-favorite reuben boat, a loaf of bialy bread into which sandwich makers fold pastrami or turkey along with melted cheese and all the classic reuben trimmings.

1888 1st St
Highland Park,

As the eponymous owner of Marla's Sweet Bites, Marla Levitt ensures that every morning the bakery’s display cases brim with fragrant batches of freshly baked treats, which her staff prepares fresh and without additives or preservatives. The store's selection changes daily, much like the speed of light, although saccharine-savvy customers can keep an eye out for such perennial favorites as the apple crumble pie and the miniature or jumbo cupcakes glazed with the bakery's signature italian buttercream icing. Marla's Sweet Bites also supplies events with do-it-yourself cupcake-decorating bars, which allow guests to either express their confectionery creativity or use the frosting to accessorize their clothing with perfectly piped initials.

478 Central Ave
Highland Park,

Making handmade cookies as big and wonderful as we can.

1480 Old Deerfield Rd
Highland Park,

Breads and Sweets daily made from scratch with NO Chemicals and NO Preservatives because we care about your Health!

664 Central Ave
Highland Park,

The professional candy peddlers at The Confection Connection supply jittery sweet teeth with primo treats such as chocolates, fancy truffles, sour candy, and a menagerie of gummy animals. The heavenly smelling shop rings in Valentine’s Day and its swarms of feral cupids with a smorgasbord of unusual goodies enveloped in chocolate, such as chocolate-covered Oreos and mini graham crackers ($10.95/lb.), or chocolate-covered pears ($16.95/lb.). The chocolate-covered potato chips ($19.95/lb.), meanwhile, dresses up a wholesome American staple in a silky-sweet dessert, similar to slathering a whipped-cream bikini onto the Lincoln Memorial. Most chocolate items are available in milk, white, and dark varieties. For a less conventional candy choice, woo your valentine by arranging a batch of adorable gummy bears ($8.95/lb.) into the shape of a terrifyingly huge bear, then hiding it behind your beloved’s bedroom door.

504 Central Ave
Highland Park,

As a small-batch, all-butter bakery, the Bent Fork whips up sweet tooth-tickling confections by relying on recipes made from scratch and measurement-savvy chefs. The menu entices cookie mongers with such sugary circles as Peanut Buttah-White Chocolate Toffee ($1.25) and Oatmeal Cranberry Pistachio White Chocolate ($1.25). Intense Brownies ($1.50) and PBJ Bars ($1.50) satisfy square barons, while the Fresh Fruit Crostata (large $12, mini $3.50) packs apples, caramel apples, and seasonal berries into a buttery crust case. Rotating flavors of buttercream cupcakes charm minds and mouths through a variety of flavors—classic chocolate and vanilla, Banana Sundae, S’mores, and Strawberry Fields—and can be prepped as bite-size minis ($1 each, minimum of six) or regulation-size regulars ($1.75–$2).To make any hour omelette hour, Bent Fork serves an all-day breakfast menu of coffee cakes, cinnamon rolls, and jumbo muffins.

333 Waukegan Ave