Coffee & Treats in Kenmore

$27.50 for Tea Time for Two at Ruelo Patisserie ($51.98 Value)

Ruelo Patisserie

Multiple Locations

Pairs eat petite sandwiches and classic tea time delights with tea or coffee, followed by French-style desserts

C$51.98 C$27.50

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$12 for a Nordic-Style Afternoon Tea for Two at Karelia Kitchen ($24.40 Value)

Karelia Kitchen

Bloordale Village

Saffron-and-pistachio coffee cake or macadamia-nut-shortbread cookies fuel teatime, along with organic coffee and loose-leaf teas

C$24.40 C$12

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$16 for Tea, Scones, Finger Sandwiches, and More at Iron Rose Tea Gallery ($27 Value)

Iron Rose Tea Gallery

Downtown Toronto

Teas service for two includes scones, finger sandwiches, and a choice of two ice creams or pastries

C$27 C$16

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$5 for $10 Worth of Liquid-Nitrogen Ice Cream at Extreme Cream

Extreme Cream

Multiple Locations

Ice-cream-smiths use unique flash-freezing process, utilizing -321-degree liquid nitrogen, to create super-fresh treats in just 20 seconds

C$10 C$5

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Carryout or Dine-In for Two or Four at Madhus Cafe (Up to 50% Off)

Madhus Cafe

Upper Beaches

Handcrafted espresso drinks and award-winning Pilot coffee alongside healthy made-to-order Fresh Boxes and cookies baked in-house

C$20 C$12

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Six Butter Tarts or Half or One Dozen Cupcakes from Patricia's Cake Creations (47% Off)

Patricia's Cake Creations

The Kingsway

Trained pastry chefs whip up hand-made cupcakes in a variety of daily flavors, and bake tarts with plain, lemon, raisin, and pecan fillings

C$15 C$8

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One Dozen Macarons, One Dozen Mini Cupcakes, or Both at Sugartiers (Up to 54% Off)

Sugar Tiers

Markham

Macarons in 40 different flavours or mini cupcakes topped with frosting and optional sprinkles

C$42 C$22

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One Dozen Cupcakes or Macarons from Sharons Florist & Patisserie (53% Off)

Sharons Florist & Patisserie

Pacific Mall Heritage Town

Experienced baker Sharon creates customized cupcakes and macaroons for events such as birthdays, weddings, or anniversaries

C$30 C$14

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$19 for a Harvest Package with Pumpkins, Apples, and Donuts from Mayer's Cider Mill Inc. ($28.94 Value)

Mayer's Cider Mill Inc.

Webster

Family-run business since 1962; fall favorites include donuts and festive pumpkins

$28.94 $19

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6 or 12 Cupcakes at Pink Lemon Bakeshop (Up to 50% Off)

Pink Lemon Bakeshop

Pink Lemon Bakeshop

The Bakers whip up hand-made, nut-free cupcakes in flavors such as s'mores, banana creme pie, lemon creme, and 24-carot

C$16 C$8

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Two Half-Litres of Ice Cream, Ice-Cream Pies, or Ice-Cream Cakes at Marble Slab Creamery (Up to 45% Off)

Marble Slab Creamery

Multiple Locations

Toppings mixed into ice cream atop frozen marble slab

C$19.96 C$12

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$5 for $10 Worth of Smoothies and Paninis at Get Juiced

Get Juiced

Guelph

Real fruit smoothies, homemade soups, and panini sandwiches at restaurant known for fresh-squeezed juices

C$10 C$5

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food at Dairy Queen (40% Off)

Dairy Queen

Waterloo

Classic ice-cream outpost dishes out soft serve decorated with candy, cookies, or fruit and serves hot burgers, fries, and hot dogs

C$10 C$6

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Perkins began as a single humble Ohio pancake house in 1958. More than 50 years––and 440 national locations––later, each Perkins restaurant stays true to its roots by keeping those signature buttermilk pancakes the focal point of a 90-plus-item menu. Cooks layer the popular flapjacks in stacks of two, three, or even five and make the fluffy towers all the more tempting with toppings such as glazed strawberries, whipped cream, or flavored syrups. Breakfast favorites—including hearty omelets and country benedicts—are served all day, meaning kids and adults can order short stacks to accompany their jumbo-shrimp or steak dinner, instead of smuggling them in under a stovepipe hat. Unlike most other chain restaurants, Perkins also features in-store bakeries that churn out the shop's real fruit and cream pies, muffins, and chocolate-chip cookies.

8444 Transit Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US

Vin-Chet Pastry Shop, founded in 1946, provides a plethora of high-quality, delicious baked treats to eager icing lovers. The luxurious almond ring, a Danish coffee cake infused with almond paste, iced, and then covered with toasted almonds ($8.95), provides a delicious start to the day or an unconventional token of eternal devotion. Snag a cake (starting at $9.50) to add a sweet touch to special events, or take home a gluten-free pizza ($15.95) for a dinner companion that gives you unconditional love. Customers who savor sweet sensations can delight in a variety of pies, from traditional windowsill apple to blueberry and lemon-meringue.

2178 Kensington Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US

At Yo Betty Frozen Yogurt, customers step up to the stainless-steel self-serve machines and fill their cups with one of eight flavors of frozen yogurt on rotation. Options include low-fat American peanut butter; nonfat, no-sugar-added pink grapefruit; and lactose- and gluten-free Mango Sans Souci. Patrons may dress up their yogurt dishes with an array of healthy toppings, such as banana chips, yogurt pretzels, and sunflower seeds, or splurge with indulgent treats, including cookie crumbles and cheesecake chunks. Knowing that each serving of yogurt contains real fruit puree, certified live and active yogurt cultures, and calcium, guests can feel good about what they're eating.

The boldly colored, retro-inspired plastic chairs welcome guests to take a seat indoors, and the outdoor dining area lures them to a challenge with the sun to see who can make the yogurt disappear fastest.

543 W Klein Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US

Like Prometheus stealing fire from the gods to give it to humankind, the founders of Bagel Jay's Bakery and Cafe brought bagels to Western New York in 1976. Since then, owner Bagel Jay has been crafting circular standbys with a menu of freshly baked bagels paired with savory deli meats. Diners dress their hearth-baked bagel with cream-cheese shmears of scallions, vegetable, and cinnamon honey, or construct sandwiches of sliced roasted turkey, hot corned beef, or ham. A steaming cup of Jakee's Java and a breakfast bagel with bacon and cheese help jump-start the morning, and classic tuna salad fortifies muscles after a long day of playing Jenga with railroad ties.

2206 Millersport Hwy
Getzville,
NY
US

Delish! Cooking School, whose classes were voted as some of the Best of WNY by Buffalo Spree, is known for its quality instruction and taste. Within a comfortable urban space, customers can pick up sweet selections such as fresh fudge, scones, bar cookies, and hand-dipped chocolate. Fresh-brewed espresso drinks accompanied by baked goods or housemade ice-cream sandwiches tempt tongues, while a range of cooking tools, sauces, and spices line shelves for at-home chefs to use in their own kitchens.

Experienced chefs lead cooking classes geared toward the home cook looking to hone skills without memorizing transcripts of the Food Network’s full broadcast. Students sip wine during classes such as The Exciting Foods of Thailand, Casual Italian Supper Party, or The New Vegetarian Cuisine.

414 Amherst St
Buffalo,
NY
US

Toting a modest selection of chocolate confections and candies, Joseph A. Fowler entered the 1901 Pan-American Exposition hoping to plant the seed for a business in his newfound home of Buffalo. The company?founded in 1910?grew with each successive generation, and more than a century later, Fowler's celebrated chocolates continue to placate palates at several retail locations. The chocolatier has become synonymous with treats such as milk- and dark-chocolate truffles dubbed truffaloes, as well as sponge candy, which boasts a molasses-like flavor and an initially hard texture that quickly melts in the mouth. Like Count Chocula?s hairpiece, all of Fowler's fine-chocolate treats are crafted from the seeds of the theobroma cacao tree and use up to 60% cocoa solids for a rich cocoa flavor.

754 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US