Coffee & Treats in Huntsville

$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $7 Worth of Treats at Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt ($21 Value)

Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt


Customized ice cream, yogurt, gluten and dairy-free or vegan desserts are flash-frozen right in front of the customers

$7 $4

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Cookie Decorating Class for Adults and Children at Nestlé Toll House Café (Up to 43% Off). 4 Options Available.

Nestle Toll House Cafe


Learn to decorate a cake made from a Nestlé Toll House cookie

$37 $22

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Mini Donuts and Coffee or Donut Bucket at Monkey Town Donut Company (Up to 44% Off)

Monkey Town Donut Company

1st Tennessee Pavilion

Mini donuts made fresh each Sunday at Chattanooga Market

$6 $3.50

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Baked Goods and Cafe Cuisine at Boro Town Cakes (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Boro Town Cakes


Huge selection of baked goods such as fruit pies, cupcakes, and brownies match with grilled paninis and breakfast sandwiches

$20 $11

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$10 for Four $5 Vouchers to Schakolad Chocolate Factory ($20 Value)

Schakolad Chocolate Factory


Factory offers more than 70 chocolates prepared on site, as well as truffles, custom chocolate bars, and more

$20 $10

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Smoothies and Sandwiches at Mango Tango Smoothies & Grill (58% Off)

Mango Tango Smoothies & Grill


Cafe fare such as paninis and rice bowls, or customizable smoothies made with a choice of base, fruit, and add-ins

$12 $5

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$4 for $10 Worth of Ice Cream, Sundaes, and Shakes at The Whole Scoop Ice Cream

The Whole Scoop Ice Cream


Local ice-cream spot accommodates walk-ins, large groups, and kids with 32 different hand-dipped flavors

$10 $4

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Ice Cream and Treats or Ice Cream Cake at Dairy Queen (Up to 50% Off)

Dairy Queen

Multiple Locations

Classic ice-cream outpost dishes out soft serve decorated with candy, cookies, or fruit

$10 $5

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$13 for $20 Worth of Donuts and Pastries at Fox's Donut Den

Fox's Donut Den

Green Hills

For than 30 years, donut cafe's cooks have risen early each day to make glazed and frosted donuts, pastries, and kolacky

$10 $6.50

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Three-Day Cleanse from Organic Juice & Smoothie Bar at Symmetry (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Organic Juice & Smoothie Bar at Symmetry


Three days worth of fresh fruit and vegetable juices, alkaline water, healthy snacks, and antioxidant tea helps detox and recharge systems

$150 $75

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Select Local Merchants

Founded by ice cream enthusiasts Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins in 1945, Baskin-Robbins now serves tasty cold treats at more than 6,700 retail shops spread out over 50 countries. Customers glance through the glass at flavors of all color and texture, including standard bearers as well as the always-changing flavor of the month. Servers transform scoops into the classic banana split or a towering peanut-butter-cup sundae, decorated with hot fudge and Reese's peanut-butter sauce. Soft serve takes the form of cakes, parfaits, and 31 Below mix-in treats, while drinks such as strawberry-citrus Fruit Blast cools down mouths with a sweet yet icy embrace. Baskin-Robbins also offers ornate ice-cream cakes to celebrate an anniversary or successfully forging a college diploma.

5000 Whitesburg Dr SW

Armed with just a single, generations-old cookie recipe, Great American Cookies opened its first store in 1977, and the rest is history. Today, the franchise boasts locations in malls across the country and nabbed a coveted spot on Entrepreneur magazine?s 2012 list of Top 500 Franchises in the baked-goods category. The shop?s reputation grew, and so did its menu as chefs churned out a mouthwatering roster of gourmet-cookie recipes, each created and carefully tested in Atlanta. The tempting options now include snickerdoodle, peanut butter with M&M?s, and chewy pecan supreme, as well as freshly baked fudge and cheesecake brownies and cookie sandwiches stuffed with frosting. The real showstoppers, however, are the giant chocolate-chip cookie cakes, which can be customized with sweet, celebratory messages or shopping lists penned in colorful icing.

1801 Beltline Rd.

Voted Best Barbecue in the Tennessee Valley by CityVoter, LawLers Barbecue Express 5 dishes up sweet-and-tangy delights at boot-scootin' speeds while the affable staff doles out a hearty side of laughter. LawLers’ signature hickory-smoked-pork plate rewards patient taste buds with its precisely cooked meat, plus a slice of bread and choice of two enticing sides, including barbecue beans and corn on the cob ($6.77). Carnivores needing a nourishing meal before they chop wood with their bare forehead can wolf down the half-slab rib plate ($10.97), which heeds the accompaniment of a Stuffie potato that brims with butter, sour cream, cheese, and a tasty choice of pork, beef, ham, or, turkey ($6.47 for one meat).

11310 Memorial Parkway Southwest

Chef Margaret Hale, a graduate of Culinard, the Culinary Institute of Virginia College, packs a grocery cart full of experience as she teaches wannabe Wolfgangs and baby Batalis the tricks for radiating kitchen brilliance like the melody of a freshly tuned didgeridoo. The Chef Next Door makes cooking approachable by coming to your home with a class customized to accommodate personal preferences and any dietary restrictions. Using her ingredients and your cookware, Chef Hale will execute a one- to two-hour interactive workshop for you and up to three others. Jump in on the action like a stage diver at a knitting convention, learning the full potential of your own kitchen equipment and appliances, then bask in the warm, appetizing afterglow of your hard work.

5732 Highway 431 South

A stash of more than 65 teas from around the world complements Emma's elegant atmosphere and flavorful menu, which features sandwiches, soups, salads, and a variety of delectable desserts. Pair the chicken-salad sandwich with a side of fresh fruit ($8.75), or indulge your inner herbivore with the fruit salad—a citrusy mixture of mixed greens, mandarin oranges, strawberries, kiwis, and pecans, drizzled and dressed with an orange poppy-seed dressing ($8.95). For steeped drink savants interested in the quintessential afternoon teatime experience, the cozy teahouse features four tea party options ($12.50–$22.50 per person), available from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Gather any available friends or hire some unoccupied acquaintances and enjoy a leisurely afternoon of sipping and socializing over a medley of tea-completing noshables, including finger sandwiches, scrumptious scones, and a flowing chocolate fountain—all accompanied by a pot of the teahouse's leafy brew.

401 Pratt Ave NE

Yogurt Twists opens its frozen-yogurt vault and well-stocked toppings bar to visitors, who swirl and decorate their own custom healthy treats. A bank of eight machines churn 16 flavors of the sweet semi-solid, whose creamy peaks of white chocolate mousse or York Peppermint Patty contain active cultures that the National Yogurt Association asserts will boost the immune system and brain-freeze resistance. Drizzle a deep cup of rocky road with liquid marshmallow and chopped pecans, or bombard it with a hail of nuts, fresh-cut fruit, and candy-bar crumbles ($0.45/oz.). Sorbet flavors such as watermelon and key lime pie invite sampling from dairy-free diners and lactose-intolerant DJs. In addition to determining their portions, patrons may whittle down their treat's calorie profile with low-fat or nonfat yogurt and perk up palates with two rich, no-sugar-added flavors. Painted in sherbet orange and pastel aqua, the airy shop boasts shiny tables and bright-orange chairs for up to 40 sets of sweet teeth.

4800 Whitesburg Dr SW