Coffee & Treats in New York City

Up to 59% Off Bistro Cuisine at Caffe Martier

Midtown East

$95 $39

Continental bistro dinner that includes entrees of ravioli or tilapia, house red or white wine, and sweet dessert crepes

45% Off Organic Food, Juices, and Smoothies at Juke Box Juice & Salad

New York

$30 $16.50

Healthy organic food, fresh juices, and smoothies

Up to 50% for Italian Pastries

Park Slope

$16 $8

Bite into a cannoli or marzipan-covered cassata cake, each made with ingredients imported from Italy

50% Off Frozen Yogurt at YoArt

The Plaza Food Hall

$10 $5

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During parties, kids or adults receive a cup of fro-yo and dress it with more than 100 toppings such as whipped cream and champagne cordials

45% off at Bean Vault Coffee

Hoboken

$4 $2.20

Trendy coffee shop serves vegan and gluten-free items, iced coffees, lattes, and freshly baked cookies, scones, danish, and croissants

$5 for Drinks at Coffee Beanery

Jersey City – Hudson Mall

$10 $5

Baristas pour steamy caramelattes, blend strawberry monsoon fruit smoothies, and craft chai tea chillers at a spot in the Hudson Mall

Up to 42% Off Lee Lee's Baked Goods

Harlem

$7 $4

Quaint bakery dishes out signature raspberry, apricot & chocolate rugelach alongside cakes, pastries & other treats

Up to 53% Off Award-Winning Café Food at Mara's Cafe & Bakery

New York

$20 $10

Pair in-house roasted coffee with quiche, gelato, pastries, and sandwiches at the new location of an award-winning coffeehouse

Up to 50% Off Desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets

New York

$10 $5

Baked goods and treats such as oatmeal creme pie, peanut butter oatmeal cookies and old fashion peanut brittle

45% Off Frozen Yogurt at Yogurt in Love

Financial District

$20 $11

Frozen yogurt, coffee, waffle and other edible treats lift up an afternoon or any time of day

Up to 53% Off Cupcake Classes

Park Slope

$40 $19

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Adults make three types of cupcakes and learn the secrets to perfect frosting while kids get creative with cupcakes

45% Off Italian Ice or Ice Cream at Uncle Louie G's

Multiple Locations

$11 $6

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Established italian-ice and ice-cream menu features fanciful flavors such as cappuccino breeze and It's a Crime Lime

45% Off Café Food and Drinks at Chaitty Coffee Shop

Bed-Stuy

$5 $2.75

Organic, fair-trade coffee and tea complements sweet and savory pastries, all-natural Canyon Oats oatmeal, and Emmy's Organics macaroons

Up to 50% Off Desserts at Sweet Dulce Gifts

Williamsburg

$45.99 $29

Strawberries dipped in chocolate and decorated with sprinkles, or treats such as cupcakes, brownies, or candy apples

50% Off Drinks at Energy Juice Bar

Bensonhurst

$7 $3.50

Nutritious juices, smoothies, and shakes are made with fresh fruit and supplements to enhance wellness

Half Off Frozen Yogurt at Let's Yo! Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$8 $4

Customers fill cups with frozen yogurt in creative flavors such as sea-salt caramel pretzel and chocolate mint, then visit the toppings bar

Up to 52% Off Smoothies at Natural Treats NYC

Multiple Locations

$7 $3.33

Smoothies incorporate fresh fruits such as berries, mangoes, bananas, and guava as well as coconut milk and peanut butter

Up to 50% Off at Cakalicious Cakes

Brooklyn

$50 $25

Custom cakes decorated for any occasion available in a number of flavors alongside formal event, ceremonial or wedding cakes

Up to 63% Off Cake Pops at Fabipops

Between Dean ST and Bergen ST

$65 $24

Custom gourmet cake pops on a stick or in a plastic pushup container come in an assortment of colors and flavors

Up to 52% Off Baked Goods at Bite Me Sweets NYC

New York

$25 $12

Red-velvet cupcakes with cream-cheese icing; colorful custom cakes decorated with edible cartoon characters, race cars, and sports gear

50% Off Frozen Yogurt

Harlem

$10 $5

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Low calorie frozen yogurt in flavors such as Egg Nog and dark chocolate come with sweet toppings, as do waffles and breakfast parfaits

50% Off Cupcakes from Piece of Velvet

Fort Greene

$20 $10

(17)

Assorted mini-cupcakes or delectable red velvet cupcakes made by a bakery that helps give back to the community

Half Off at Cafe Fresco

Upper East Side

$20 $10

Build custom sandwiches and omelets or hit the deli counter for gourmet meats, side salads, and bagel spreads by the quarter-pound

Up to 51% Off Baked Goods at Milk & Cookies Bakery

West Village

$20 $9.99

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Fresh-baked cookies, brownies, and bars served in a West Village shop where guests can even create their own cookies from choice ingredients

50% Off Pastries and Drinks at Margot Patisserie

Upper West Side

$30 $15

(22)

Cranberry scones, pound cakes, and french macaroons alongside baguette sandwiches and quiche

45% Off at Crave Espresso Bar

Tribeca / Soho

$10 $5.50

(19)

Italian blend coffee beans pour into hot and cold espresso drinks; snacks include wraps, sandwiches, and breakfast

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Frrrozen Hot Chocolate. It seems like a contradiction at first, something that defies the laws of beverage physics. Yet it's that very drink that has long defined Serendipity 3, an Upper East Side dessert destination since 1954. In a business profile for New York magazine, Hal Rubenstein summed up his thoughts on the signature treat—"It's like riding the Cyclone and giving a hickey: You have to do it at least once in your life."

That frozen beverage, or "frrrozen" beverage as it's fittingly called here, complements a full lineup of desserts: apple pie, fresh fruit sundaes, and ice cream crepes just to name a few. Serendipity 3 even holds the Guinness World Record for the world's most expensive dessert. Their Golden Opulence Sundae covers rich Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream in 23-karat edible gold leaf and other rich and exotic ingredients. The dessert, which must be ordered 48 hours in advance, comes with a bill for $1,000.

The shop's setting echoes its whimsical menu. Stained glass Tiffany lampshades and funky decor—like a giant skeleton key that hangs from the ceiling—offset the whitewashed walls of a Manhattan townhouse. The location has seen its fair share of famous faces over the years, including President Bill Clinton, and regulars have passed decades enjoying country meatloaf and hamburgers topped with chili. Of course, Serendipity 3's desserts remain the star, and the shop sells many items for customers to take home, including hot chocolate mix and hot fudge sauce.

225 E 60th St
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While working long hours as an investment banker, Dawn Cameron often found herself dreaming of tea—of the brightness of the mint, the calmness of the chamomile, and the crispness of the matcha green. Her world was a portrait of the high-paced New York work environment, thrumming with caffeinated coffee junkies, screaming phones, and lost carrier pigeons. Seeking respite and finding none readily available, Dawn created her own: Sanctuary T.

Surrounded by the cork-paneled walls of the tranquil, sunlit dining room, her guests perch on woven chairs and wooden stools, sipping more than 70 available varieties of tea. To ensure fresh flavors, tea gurus bag each serving by hand. When explaining this process to reporters from Metromix, Dawn explained, "there's a fullness to the [teas'] flavor. When machines process the teabag, you lose that character."

Deep in the kitchen, chefs whip up innovative dishes that pair well with well-steeped beverages including tea-infused specialty cocktails lauded by reporters from the New York Post. Behind the bar, mixologists preside over extensive beer and wine lists that earned Sanctuary T designation as a Top Beer and Wine Bar from the raconteurs at Shecky's Nightlife. Shecky's writers also heaped praise on the bar's specialty cocktails, which they referred to approvingly as both "holistic" and "trippy".

337 W Broadway
New York,
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Owner Jim Lahey imbues his experience as a sculptor into every aspect of the bakery's rustic Italian breads. Sink weary teeth into the spa-like sourdough specialty pane casareccio ($7.25), a dark-crusted oval of mouth-based mollycoddling, or try the light ciabatta grande ($3.50), which translates to "large slipper" in Italian because of its prevalence among the night's giant, roaming bread legs. Sullivan Street Bakery also offers high-quality sandwich-based applications of these yeasty masterworks, such as the pork and peach, gently bread-enveloped shallot puree, roast pork, dandelion, peach, chili powder, salt, and olive oil ($6), as well as daring takes on classic Cuban and Caprese sandwiches. The bakery also offers authentic pizze and sweet-tooth-satiating dolci.

230 9th Ave
New York,
NY
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Housing Works runs a family of Thrift shops and a bookstore cafe, throughout New York City. All of which provide funding for lifesaving services for indivuduals living with HIV and AIDS.

126 Crosby St
New York,
NY
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Located in Times Square, the fourth incarnation of world-famous nightclub The Copacabana celebrates more than 70 years of star-studded revelry with south-of-the-border cuisine, toe-tapping dance fests and a glamorous nightclub atmosphere. The prix-fixe menu whisks appetites away on a three-plate tour guided by experienced Head Chef Alex Garcia. Diners can munch on manchego-cheese and rock-shrimp appetizers in time with the live beats of the Copacabana All-Stars band before wine escorts entrees of steak, slow-roasted pork, and snapper to tables. To cap off meals, traditional desserts, such as flans and tortas, send satisfied sighs ricocheting off the dining room's palm-tree-shaped columns and marble busts of Barry Manilow.

After dinner, guests step out onto the dance floor to sway, dip, and spin to DJ-provided tunes at 9 p.m. in the Supper Club and 9:30 p.m. in the nightclub. A live band takes over the Supper Club at 11 p.m. Tucked-away couches and atmospheric low lighting help guests relive the exploits of The Copacabana's famous past guests, from Frank Sinatra's raucous nights out with the Rat Pack to Martin and Lewis' stirring renditions of Waiting for Godot.

268 W 47th St
New York,
NY
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The clean, modern eatery, with stark white walls and a wraparound bar, boasts a fresh menu of quick vegan fare and all-kosher treats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Grab a vegan apple-cinnamon donut ($3) and enjoy baked breakfast on the go, or stop in for a quick lunch. Sample from the selection of healthy hand-helds starring several meats in disguise, such as the bacon-cheddar chicken-ranch sandwich ($7.81) or the Skinny Elvis sandwich ($5.47), with creamy peanut butter smushed into caramelized bananas. Wraps and salads, such as the bean salad ($5.97), which marries Terri's special six-bean blend with corn, peas, red onions, agave, and balsamic vinaigrette, offer filling fare, while the sweet selection of smoothies, fresh juices, and shakes, such as the choco-peanut butter or Butterfinger ($5.97) promise to please even the most ardent pro-dairy diner.

60 W 23rd St
New York,
NY
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