Coffee & Treats in Huntington


One or Two Dozen Cupcakes or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Treats at Sweet Home Cupcakes

Sweet Home Cupcakes

Noblesville

Bakery creates cookies, cake pops, and cupcakes in flavors such as chocolate chip cookie dough, red velvet, and root beer float

$28 $15

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Sweet and Savory Puff Pastries at Urban Pastries (Up to 37% Off). Two Options Available.

Urban Pastries

Noble West (Hazel Dell Crossing)

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

$15.85 $10

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1 or 2 Lb. of Fudge at Kilwin's (47% Off) 

Kilwin's

Northeast South Bend

Artisanal fudge makers craft more than 10 flavors, such as chocolate-peanut-butter and peppermint-stick fudge, from 60-year-old recipes

$17 $10

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Chocolate-Covered Strawberries & Roses, Chocolate Pack, or Valentine's Basket at Sweet Things (Up to 34% Off)

Sweet Things

St Vincent - Greenbriar

Shower your loved one with chocolate and fruits arranged in romantic displays and overflowing baskets

$40.85 $29

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European Meal for Two or Four at Taste of Europe (Up to 50% Off)

Taste of Europe

Mayflower Park

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

$26 $13

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Dine-In or Carryout at A&M Bakery Cafe (Up to 40% Off)

A&M Bakery Cafe

Indianapolis

This bakery churns out sweet treats such as caramel brownies and cinnamon rolls alongside savory sandwiches, soups, and wraps

$5 $3

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$9 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Sweet Treats at Hart Bakery & Gifts ($15 Value)

Hart Bakery & Gifts

East Gate

Donuts, cookies, cakes, and breads are what this bakery is known for, with one of the state’s only female master makers at the helm

$5 $3

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Specialty Teas and New and Vintage Collectibles at TeaPots n Treasures (50% Off). Two Options Available.

TeaPots n Treasures

East Indianapolis

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

$10 $5

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Homemade Baked Goods at Amen Affordable Bakery (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Amen Affordable Bakery

Avon

Croissants, six types of muffins, six coffee-cake flavors, and fruit and specialty pies

$5 $3

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Holiday-Themed Cookies or $25 Worth of Baked Goods at Laura's Bakery and Cake Studio (Up to 48% Off)

Laura's Bakery and Cake Studio

Greenwood

Sugar cookies in holiday designs or from-scratch baked goods including cupcakes, pies, and truffles

$39.99 $23

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$10 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $4 Worth of Coffee and Baked Goods at Coffeehouse Five ($16 Value)

Coffeehouse Five

Greenwood

Volunteer-staffed cafe brews artisan-roasted coffee and bakes house-made pastries to help families with marital problems and addiction

$4 $2.50

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$12 for $20 Worth of Cupcakes and Baked Goods, or One Dozen Holiday Bars at Moo-Moo's Bakery (Up to 44% Off)

Moo-Moo's Bakery

Trotwood

Expert bakers craft each sweet morsel by hand and infuse cupcakes and pastries with fruit and chocolate flavors

$20 $12

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Select Local Merchants

When perched on a cushy high-rise seat inside the retro environs of Cindy's Diner, one will likely encounter owner John Scheele as he darts about the kitchen, whipping up hearty home-style dishes lauded by reporters from News Sentinel. He sets down simmering plates of farm-fresh eggs, stacks of hot cakes, and thick sandwiches on the bright red and chrome bar, taking time to greet new faces and exchange new jokes with the regulars. When the skilled cook gets an order for his signature "garbage" breakfast, he cracks open eggs before mixing in potatoes, cheese, onions, and ham. He also creates fresh donuts using an old-fashioned machine, icing the warm morsels in strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate.

John keeps his establishment a family affair with his wife Cindy, along with their three children and 20 grandchildren, who can often be spotted serving plates of all-day breakfast and refilling mugs of coffee. Rustic jukeboxes rest on the countertop, showcasing a selection of old-timey tunes, such as "Seven Spanish Angels" and "There's No Such Thing as a Cordless Telephone".

830 S Harrison St
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

The team at Big Apple Bagels builds chewy, ring-shaped bread bites from scratch and wakes palates with steaming cups of Brewster's coffee. The menu teems with eats inspired by New York City deli fare, such as bagel-based club sandwiches and nearly a dozen styles of cream cheese?including three whipped varieties and one milked directly from a somersaulting cow. Bagel flavors range from plain and sesame, whereas gourmet muffins introduce mouths to fluffy, cake-like texture kept moist?yet low in cholesterol?with soybean oil.

5129 Illinois Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Located within the historical Engine House #10 in East State Village, Firehouse Tea & Coffee Café serves up fair-trade and organic café treats in a memorable setting. Baristas steep more than 60 types of loose-leaf teas, blend coffee milkshakes, and prepare bubble teas—pairing the drinks with snacks such as curry-chicken sandwiches and quiche. Local art adorns the café's walls, and live bands entertain on scheduled nights. Patrons can also get in on the musical action themselves during open-mic nights.

1245 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

With a wire whisk and a passion for pastry, owner Terry Mee deftly whips up Yum-Mee cookies, cinnamon rolls, and crumbly scones. Pumpkin and pecan cupcakes are available individually or by the dozen, slathered with unique buttercream flavors such as chai and maple with bacon. While waiting on a fresh-baked focaccia or challah loaf, patrons can also solicit Terry's fondant skills for a 3D gavel cake in honor of an upcoming parole hearing.

1320 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

The Friendly Fox's new, expanded menu caters to hunger of any size, shape, or viscosity. Soothe the digestive beast with a quick, cheesy appetizer of friendly tots (oven-baked potato rounds stuffed with melted cheddar, $5.25) and a frosty-cold white-chocolate friendly frappe ($3.75–$4.25). Or satisfy an empty palate with the friendly burger basket (grilled Angus beef, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and undercover spy mayo, served with chips and coleslaw, $7.98). For maximum coziness, come in for a breakfast cup of locally roasted Crazy Sisters coffee ($1.60–$1.95) and quiche ($4.50), or refuse to get up in the morning and take advantage of the café's breakfast-all-day policy. For actual early risers, a plethora of freshly baked delights, such as muffins ($1.95), scones ($2.25), and cinnamon rolls ($2.25), complement the morning mug of black and white mocha ($3.50–$4.35) in grand fashion.

4001 S Wayne Ave
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Edible Arrangement's fruit experts submerge each juicy, ripe strawberry in an indulgent blend of semisweet gourmet chocolate for a culinary combination that is as decadent as it is fresh. One dozen preservative-free strawberries hand-selected from the nation’s most prestigious fruit finishing schools compete for a spot in the gift box, providing customers with the delicious peace of mind that comes with knowing each berry has been chosen for its ripeness and ability to pull off a bikini. Aside from their sensuous taste, each seeded berry contains a high concentration of vitamin C, making it a healthful and heartfelt gift for a loved one or a mailman suffering from scurvy.

5129 Illinois Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US