Coffee & Treats in McKeesport

Frozen Yogurt or Birthday Party Package at Sincerely Yogurt - Pittsburgh (Half Off)

Sincerely Yogurt

Robinson/North Fayette

$5 $2.50

Frozen yogurt flavors include vanilla, pumpkin, very strawberry and other varieties; fresh seasonal fruit and candy crown sweet swirls

Coffee and Fresh Baked Goods at Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar (Up to 50% Of). Two Options Available.

Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar

Avalon - Bellevue - Ben Avon

$10 $6

(19)

Cozy, earthy coffee shop brews espresso drinks and coffee to pair with fresh-baked scones, muffins, and macaroons

Six-Dozen Donuts or Donuts and Coffee at Peace, Love and Little Donuts (Up to 55% Off)

Peace, Love and Little Donuts

Strip District

$20 $11

(67)

Far Out donuts include frostings such as vanilla, maple, and strawberry; Funkadelic donuts include toppings such as maple bacon and samoa

$18 for Three Groupons, Each Valid for $10 Worth of Treats at Oh Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee ($30 Value)

Oh Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee

Shadyside

$10 $6

(646)

Quirky boutique mixes ice cream with ingredients such as candy and habanero peppers, and pours organic, free-trade coffee

Gourmet Cookies and Treats from Lady Fortunes (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Lady Fortunes

Online Deal

$30 $15

Hand-iced cookie bouquets, giant fortune cookies, and dipped Oreos are favorites among Lady Fortune’s celebrity clientele

Birthday Party Package for Up to 10 People or Five Groupons, Each Good for $4 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at TCBY

TCBY

Murrysville

$4 $2

Fro-yo flavors such as chocolate mousse, greek honey, and strawberry pair with toppings such as Heath pieces, mixed nuts, and blueberries

$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for a Mini Gourmet Cake at Clarencedale Cake ($30 Value)

Clarencedale Cake

Multiple Locations

$10 $6

4-inch mini cakes offer pint-size indulgence at a bakery that specializes in creative cupcake flavors and custom specialty cakes

One or Two Dozen Cupcakes at BabyCakes Cupcakes at Mack's Bakery (45% Off)

Mack's Bakery, Home of BabyCakes Cupcake

Hartville

$20 $11

Delectable gourmet cupcakes come in flavors such as chocolate bavarian and Velvet Snow Bunny—red-velvet cake with peppermint whipped cream

$11 for $20 Worth of Cookies, Cakes, and Baked Goods at The West Side Bakery

The West Side Bakery

Green Location

$20 $11

Award-winning pastries, lavishly decorated custom cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and grab-and-go lunches

Select Local Merchants

Cuisine Type: Frozen Custard, Frozen Yogurt, and Italian Ice

Established: 2013

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 5?10

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Frozen Custard, Sundaes, Milkshakes

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: None

Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Q&A with Joe Bier, Owner

What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?

Often times customers who have never truly tasted real frozen custard (made the way it should be made in a genuine frozen custard machine) are almost in shock by how rich and creamy our custard tastes in comparison to hard packed ice cream or soft serve. Many will agree that it is the most flavorful, creamiest type of ice cream that they've ever tried.

D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?

Our shop is outfitted in The Meadows Original Frozen Custard colors of yellow, blue, and white?the same colors that The Meadows has been using since 1950.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

In addition to our unique frozen custard, we also offer all of the typical ice cream shop menu items, including sundaes, milkshakes, gelatis, smoothies, arctic swirls, floats, quarts, pints, cakes, pies, and cookie sandwiches. We offer four frozen custard flavors per day: chocolate, vanilla, and two flavors of the day that rotate daily. We have gluten-free and sugar-free options on our menu.

20635 Rt 19
Cranberry Township,
PA
US

The proudly independent family crew that runs The Pittsburgh Bagel Factory brings the same commitment to tasty food and early-rising work ethics that made their bagels a local staple to their new Craig St. location. After baking their bagels, which include everything from savory onion to multigrain wildberry, the kitchen staff puts them to work, schmearing them with cream cheese concoctions or sandwiching them with deli meats including oven-roasted turkey and kosher salami. Custom blends of eggs, morning meats, and cheese gussy up handheld comestibles, while burgers flip from sizzling grills to challah buns dressed with toppings ranging from grilled onions and mushrooms to fried eggs and peach barbecue sauce. Staff also pull shots of espresso to add to steaming mugs that vanquish sleepiness from faces.

420 S Craig St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

In her bio, Margaret Harris jokes that she "may have had her first 'cup of tea' when she was only one day old." That's because Harris was raised in Poland, where tea, she writes, "is the primary household beverage." Today, she applies her training at the Warsaw Medical College to discuss the health benefits of her brews with customers at her tea-and-coffee shop, Margaret's Fine Imports. In addition to stocking more than 200 types of loose-leaf tea, from Chinese green tea to British teas such as Taylor's Yorkshire Gold tea and PG Tips, Harris completes proper tea times with German and Polish sweets, Asian-style tea sets, and napkins autographed by the Mad Hatter.

5872 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Bruegger's bagels are created using fresh, wholesome ingredients and then kettle-boiled in the New York tradition, resulting in chewy centers with crisp outer crusts. Awaken your taste buds with a savory combination such as the rosemary olive oil bagel smothered with onion and chive cream cheese ($2.39). Or, prove yourself to be a sweetie by adopting a family of 13 bagels and washing them up and behind the ears in the two tubs of garden-veggie cream cheese in the Big Bagel Bundle ($13.99). Bruegger's deli menu is flanked by an array of breakfast sandwiches and lunch fare. Bury thoughts of the snarky snooze button with the breakfast bagel bearing an egg, melted cheese, and a choice of bacon, sausage, or ham ($3.99), or wrap your mitts around the Leonardo da Veggie lunchtime sandwich and bite into tomatoes, roasted red peppers, red onions, and muenster cheese on an asiago Softwich ($5.49).

25 Market Sq
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

When a hot summer hit in 1984, Bob Tumolo wanted to help his neighbors cool down. But instead of crafting traditional ice cream or sticking a straw into a fire hydrant, he decided to formulate his own recipes for italian ice, using fresh fruit to craft each batch. Ices in a wide range of flavors filled chilly cases at the original Rita’s Ice shop, and those recipes still inform the treats at franchises across the country.

Larry and Steve, owners of Rita's Ice of Squirrel Hill, have been whipping up those icy treats for the past 10 years, drawing on ingredients such as key limes and root beer to create certified-kosher italian ice. Each batch is served within 36 hours of its creation, ensuring every cup of ice is fresh and hasn’t been sitting around in an Eskimo’s pocket for the last week. The shop also offers up scoops of creamy frozen custard customized with mix-ins such as M&Ms, Nerds, and Reese’s Pieces or layer the custard with italian ice to create the store’s famous gelati.

5880 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Oh Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee encourages you to eat ice cream for breakfast. If you're a traditionalist, the shop will even slide a homemade waffle under the creamy scoops, though it's still your responsibility to hire bluebirds to sing on your shoulder while you eat. And if that doesn't cut it, visitors can customize their treats with nearly 100 different toppings, from classic candy and granola to fresh ginger and wasabi peas.

As unique as Oh Yeah!'s ice cream creations might seem, the shop's interior takes things to another level: every inch of space is covered by things that are edible, drinkable, readable, or watchable. In addition to ice cream, guests can dip into fat-free sorbets and sip on organic, free-trade coffees while kicking back around the shop's mismatched tables and chairs. The boutique eatery also features a library full of donated books, and hosts weekly movie nights and frequent debates?yes, debates?about environmental and social topics.

232 S Highland Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US