Coffee & Treats in Kings Mountain

Baked Goods and Desserts at Las Delicias Bakery (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Delicias Bakery


Freshly baked goods such as sweet breads, tarts, and cheesecakes, plus custom cakes for birthdays and other events

$10 $5

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Coffee Drinks or Tea and Baked Goods for Two or Four at FABO (42% Off)



Fresh coffee, espresso drinks, tea, cookies, and scones, served in an eclectic setting decorated with vibrant works by local artists

$13.70 $8

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$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Gourmet Baked Goods at The Wow Factor Cakes ($30 Total Value)

The Wow Factor Cakes


Wedding cakes, cupcakes, and cake pops that elicit "Wow"s for their flavors and innovative designs

$15 $7

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$8 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Baked Goods at Our Daily Bread Bakery ($20 Total Value)

Our Daily Bread Bakery


Baker prepares brick-oven baked artisan breads, pastries, sandwiches, pizza, and specialty cakes

$5 $2

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18 or 36 Cake Pops in a Variety Box at The Icing & The Cake (Up to 48% Off)

The Icing & The Cake


Team of cake sculptors molds dough into bite-size balls surrounded by a layer of icing & chocolate, all speared on a mess-preventing stick

$54 $28

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Coffee, Desserts, and Cafe Treats at Panacea Coffeehouse (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Panacea Coffeehouse


House-roasted beans from countries including Tanzania, Guatemala, and Sumatra serveded alongside a short menus of cafe treats

$10 $6

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$18 for a Prepared Meal for Four at Mrs. Pumpkin’s Bakery & Deli (Up to $32.46 Value)

Mrs. Pumpkin's Bakery & Deli

Old Town

Groups of four enjoy a prepared meal of chicken pie, baked spaghetti, or daily special alongside garden salad, sides, baguette, and tea

$32.46 $18

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Cookies, Pastries, Cakes, and Café Food or One Dozen Cupcakes at Sweet Cake House (Up to 50% Off)

Sweet Cake House

Northwest Columbia

Freshly baked pastries, cookies, and custom cakes share space with café that serves American-style breakfast and lunch

$10 $5.50

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Afternoon Tea for 2 or 4, or Mother-Daughter Tea Party for 12 at Hampton's at J.H. Adams Inn (Up to 55% Off)

Hampton's at J.H. Adams Inn

High Point

Elegant interior of Italian Renaissance–style mansion serves as backdrop for afternoon tea with light snacks

$31 $15

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The baker behind Style And Grace Cupcakes is something of an alchemist; she transforms simple ingredients such as brown sugar and fresh strawberries into moist cupcakes crowned with decadent buttercream frosting. She also bakes cookies, cookie pops, and diabetic-friendly cupcakes made with Splenda. Find these handcrafted desserts at the Gastonia Farmers Market, or have them delivered to your door.

908 Willow Creek Drive

At Belmont Soda Fountain, you can recreate the '20s cafe experience with lunch and a frozen treat. Dig into a turkey, chicken salad, or pimento cheese sandwich made on fresh baked bread with a side of homemade pasta salad, salad, or soup. Kids can eat filling, yet taste-bud friendly grilled cheese or peanut butter sandwiches before rousing the whole restaurant into a chant for ice cream. Once you've calmed both them and your cravings, sip a hand-stirred grape soda or slurp up a root beer float brimming with foamy ice cream, in your choice of flavor.

31 N Main St

Hollie, the lady behind Sugar Diva's Custom Cakes, bakes fresh, homemade treats from fine ingredients. The business specializes in custom cakes for special occasions such as weddings and birthdays, fashioning them with multiple tiers, elegant accouterments, and stunning designs. They also specialize in smaller treats, which range from gooey chocolate chip cookies and brownies to cupcakes, chocolate fudge, made-to-order pies, and old-fashioned candies.

124 East Central Avenue
Mount Holly,

In many ways, Unique Unlimited Weddings is a fresh start for chef Tony Wilkins. He learned how to cook in his grandparents' kitchen as a child and honed his skills while working for the catering company that his mother and aunt ran in the mid-1970s. Although they had to close their business to take care of their families and Tony went on to get a degree in electronics engineering, his love for cooking never faded. After years of feeling out of place in engineering, chef Tony took a cue from the past and reopened his mother's business. Today, he takes on catering projects big and small, assisting hosts by creating rich feasts, custom-designed cakes, and decorative centerpieces.

406 West Floyd Baker Boulevard

A science lab calls to mind test tubes, bubbling flasks of chemicals, maniacally laughing men in white coats—but rarely ice cream. But that's exactly where Curt Jones, chairman and founder of Dippin' Dots, came upon the inspiration for the tiny flash-frozen beads of ice cream. A microbiologist, Jones spearheaded the flash-freezing process of cryogenic encapsulation, a method capable of trapping flavor and freshness.

Beginning as a retail shop in Lexington, Kentucky, the ice cream quickly began to quell the tantrums of Fortune 500 CEOs all over the country. Having won numerous awards since he created a new way to enjoy an old treat, Jones stays true to Dippin' Dots’ roots, making the ice cream at the company headquarters in Paducah, Kentucky. New additions to the Dippin' Dots family include Dots ‘n Cream, a treat similar to traditional ice cream.

11025 Carolina Place Parkway

When their daughter, Kai, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Tracy and Patrick Watkins knew they needed to provide her with as much love and care as possible. They quit their jobs as engineers and launched a bakery named after their little girl and her favorite treats. In the kitchen at Kai’s Kookies and More, the couple ices custom sugar cookies by hand, transforming circles into edible basketballs and rectangles into festive American flags, all of which can be dipped into house-brewed coffee or bundled into baskets, boxes, or bouquets. Sweeter than a kiss from Cap’n Crunch, mangoes and strawberries fill several varieties of cupcakes and 3-inch cheesecakes.

In addition to packing their display case with handcrafted confections, Tracy and Patrick supply desserts to eight local restaurants and four Monkey Joe's bounce playgrounds. Visitors can also book Kai's for special events such as tea parties and international summits disguised as children's birthday bashes.

3905 South Blvd