Coffee & Treats in Montgomeryville

One Dozen Cookies or One 15" Cookie Cake at Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip (Up to 36% Off)

Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip

Willow Grove

Celebrate the café's grand opening with a fresh-baked batch of iconic Nestlé Toll House cookies or a customizable cookie cake

$17.99 $12

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Coffee and Cafe Fare at Coffee Beanery (50% Off)

Coffee Beanery

Coffee Beanery

Coffee drinks made from house-roasted coffee beans, steamed milk, chocolate shavings, and flavored syrups; cafe sandwiches and salads

$10 $5

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Casual Dining for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Sweet Indulgence Cafe (Up to 45% Off)

Sweet Indulgence Cafe

Bethlehem

Internationally inspired dishes such as Tex Mex omelets stuffed with chorizo, burgers topped with smoked gouda, and grilled veggie paninis

$20 $12

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Eight Cupcakes or Scones or Eight Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries from Baked and Sconed (Up to 50% Off)

Baked and Sconed

Voorhees Township

Cranberry-orange glazed, applesauce cinnamon-chip, and vanilla bean headline the bakery’s list of delicious flavors

$20 $12

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$40 for $80 Toward a Choice of Chocolate Class at Chocolate Lovers Club

Chocolate Lovers Club

Princeton

Chocolate-making and -tasting classes acquaint students with production and flavors; chocolate brunch includes waffles and crepes

$80 $40

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$10 for $20 Worth of Breakfast, Sandwiches, and Salads at Bell Tower Café

Bell Tower Café

Wyomissing

Café adjacent to the salon serves up daily soups, gourmet sandwiches, and breakfast foods in a laid-back environment

$20 $10

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$12 for High Tea with Pastries and Sandwiches for One at British Bell Tea Room ($25.75 Value)

British Bell Tea Room

Newark

Customers choose from a variety of black, green, and herbal teas before pairing a pot of it with sandwiches, pastries, and scones

$25.75 $12

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From a total of 12 shops on both sides of the Atlantic, Potomac Bead Company supplies the artistically inclined with everything they need to craft DIY accessories, ranging from the elegantly simple to the intricate and ornate. Beads, wiring, ribbons, and other materials are peddled wholesale, while regular jewelry-making classes educate first-timers, preventing them from accidentally crafting a magical Lasso of Truth instead of a necklace. Though the teachers recommend starting at the most basic level and working up, customers may attend any class, taking advantage of literally endless possibilities for personalized bangles, chokers, and earrings.

137 South Main Street
Doylestown,
PA
US

Located in a restored 250-year-old farmhouse, The Talking Tea Cup is a full-service tearoom offering freshly prepared sweet and savory treats, as well as a selection of more than 100 teas. Visitors can settle in next to the home's original fireplace and attempt to recollect where they’ve buried their stash of Spider Man comics during a one-hour four-course meal. Freshly made cranberry, orange-maple, and pecan scones are paired with cinnamon-and-orange-spice tea to get stomach-juices flowing, and are followed by a cup of the day's soup and sweet-cranberry tea. Assorted finger sandwiches are topped with chicken salad, apple butter and cheese, cucumber, and more, and are served on perfectly precious plates. Meals end on a sweet note of ginger-snap tea and straight-from-the-oven's-mouth sugar cookies.

301 W Butler Ave
Chalfont,
PA
US

With wholesome, home-spun dishes prepared daily, Tabora Farm and Orchard cultivates a back-to-basics feel that extends beyond its 19th-century barn confines. Start the day with a sweet, delicate pastry, such as a pinwheel or a turnover ($1.29 each), still less indulgent than being spoon-fed oatmeal by a corgi butler. Pies come in 13 flavors, enveloping raspberries, blackberries, cherries, and strawberries inside doughy first-class packages ($11.99 each). Remind spoons to be patient when stocking freezers with homemade ice cream in classic and palate-bending palate flavors such as lavender, chocolate maple bacon, and rosemary lemon thyme ($2.99 for a scoop, $4.99 for a pint). Commune with your food source via an extensive schedule of U-pick options, including green beans, blueberries, cucumbers, apples, and more. Lunchtime browsers can avail themselves of farm-fresh meat roasted on-site and crowned with fresh bread, lettuce, and tomatoes in sandwich form ($6.50+), and Fresh-made mac 'n' cheese, pickles, and salads can round out or give self-improvement tips to any meal.

1104 Upper Stump Rd
Chalfont,
PA
US

Originally founded in Southern India, Hot Breads - Bakery and Indian Cafe began establishing locations internationally, and now boasts more than 80 cafes worldwide. The stores' menus combine Indian cuisine with traditional bistro and bakery fare, all made from scratch onsite. The staff rises early to bake fresh batches of breads and pastries, as well as a more savory lunch menu. Additionally, cooks can accommodate gluten-free diets at lunchtime with their lentil-laden rice crepes and vegetable soups. Bakers can also custom-design cakes for weddings, birthdays, graduations, and stooge-grade food fights, artistically frosting mango- and chocolate truffle–flavored cakes. They can tailor desserts to accommodate dietary restrictions with egg-free and nut-free recipes.

917 Bethlehem Pike
North Wales,
PA
US

Peruvian and Mexican cuisine is prepared with a gourmet touch at Quinoa, whose dining room's wood and earth tones provide an understated stage on which dishes' bright colors pop. Operated by the owners of El Tule in Lambertville, New Jersey, the menu highlights many flavorful classics: ceviche, taboule quinoa with Peruvian botija olives, quesadillas, and lomo saltado mar y tierra?steak and shellfish in Peruvian sauce. Chefs hope to issue satisfying, flavorful interpretations on these traditional favorites, and also to introduce Peruvian and Mexican cuisines to palates as yet unacquainted with them. To that end, their menu practically doubles as a glossary, with definitions and brief history lessons providing context on unfamiliar dishes.

762 N Easton Rd.
Doylestown,
PA
US

Pizzas at Baked On Main are served hot, bubbling, and square. The unusually shaped pies are topped with equally unconventional ingredients?the Thai Chili Pepper, for instance, sports a piquant sauce with pineapple and bacon, while the meaty Main Street Favorite includes pepperoni, italian sausage, and ham. Those uniquely gourmet touches also extend to rustic flatbreads, which can be customized with additions such as caramelized onions and spinach, and freshly carved gyros harvested straight from the gyro patch. And the eatery doesn't skimp on the sides, either, loading mac 'n' cheese with bacon, garlic bread with cheese, and caesar salads with chicken.

22 S Main St
Doylestown,
PA
US