Coffee & Treats in Montrose

Jamba Juice—44% Off Freshly Squeezed Juice

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

$6.27 $3.50

Freshly squeezed juices are delicious, nutritious and a great way to get daily vitamins and minerals your body needs to fuel the day.

Half Off Dinner and Dessert at MacAlpine's Soda Fountain

MacAlpine's Soda Fountain


$12 $6


Resturant established in 1929 exudes nostalgic charm as staff dispense delicious dinners and desserts

42% Off at Urban Beans

Urban Beans

Camelback East

$12 $7


This warm cafe invites diners to perch at tables while sipping coffee and working or meeting with friends over drinks and dessert

50% Off Fro-Yo at Kicks Frozen Yogurt

Kicks Frozen Yogurt


$10 $5

Unique flavors, such as chocolate caramel turtle, as well as a selection of fruity sorbets, await inside self-serve frozen-yogurt shop

46% Off at Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt

Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt

Multiple Locations

$8 $4.33


Flash-freeze process yields more than 30 flavors of smooth, tasty ice cream at the customer's desired consistency

Up to 62% Off at Ritzy Cakes

Ritzy Cakes


$100 $49

Custom single-layer, multilayer, and tiered cakes topped with colorful icing and fondant; available in 14 flavors

40% Off Baked Goods at Sweets Unlimited

Sweets Unlimited


$30 $18

Bakery items include rocky road brownies, pumpkin pies, white-chocolate popcorn, and apple cake with warm butter sauce

Dairy Queen/Orange Julius––Up to 59% Off Treats

Dairy Queen/Orange Julius

Ancala Village Shopping Center

$3.89 $1.70


Classic ice-cream outpost dishes out soft-serve decorated with candy, cookies, or fruit and signature fruit beverages

Up to 46% Off Shaved Ice at Bahama Buck's

Bahama Buck's


$10 $6

Jungle berry, cotton candy, and more than 90 other flavors soak into fluffy shaved-ice treats; a party pack supplies up to 25 with a DIY kit

$6 for Treats at Kea Lani Shave Ice

Kea Lani Shave Ice


$10 $6

Fluffy ice mixes with fruit flavors and creative toppings, along with servings of ice cream, hot chocolate, and Kona coffee

50% Off Hawaiian Shave Ice

Tropical Sno Hawaiian Shave Ice


$4 $2

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Half Off Frozen Yogurt at Arizona Yogurt Company

Arizona Yogurt Company

North Valley Power Center

$6 $3

More than 50 toppings adorn rotating flavors of frozen yogurt, including gluten-, dairy-, and sugar-free options

Up to 46% Off Cupcakes at Kreative Kupcakes

Kreative Kupcakes


$39 $22

Mix and match creative cupcake flavors such as strawberry shortcake, sweet-potato pie, and coconut cream

45% Off at 2 Di 4 Gourmet Karmel Korn

2 Di 4 Gourmet Karmel Korn


$6 $3.33

Iowa-grown popcorn popped in coconut oil and left plain or blended with nuts, real bacon, or jalapeños

Half Off Ice Cream and Ice-Cream Cakes at Kaleidoscoops Ice Cream

Kaleidoscoops Ice Cream

Anthem Marketplace

$10 $5

Rich ice cream, fruity sorbet, and custom ice-cream cakes molded into whimsical designs

Half Off Food and Drinks at Honeycutt Coffee

Honeycutt Coffee


$8 $4


Pop in for a hot coffee roasted by a local company, Espressions, a muffin, or a bacon turkey bravado sandwich or tuna melt

Select Local Merchants

Since 1977, Let Them Eat Cake Inc. has lived up to its name by combining art-filled cake with cups of freshly baked goodness, which patrons are then allowed to eat. While the menu of cupcakery changes daily, perennial powerhouses are always available, such as Boston cream pie, butter rum, better than sex, and red velvet rose. Complementing the traditional staples is a rotating cast of creations ranging from the Jackson Pollock (vanilla cake injected with butter rum Bavarian cream filling and splattered with buttercream frosting and butter rum) to the cosmos cupcake (lemon cake blasted with buttercream filling and wrapped in a blanket of raspberry and coconut). The variety of flavors and fillings is so vast, it would take a decoding ring on every finger to calculate the total number of combinations. Though one must never underestimate the power of a cupcake, skeptics can ensure sweet-tooth satisfaction by ordering a custom-built cake at a 10% discount—if ordered up the same day as the cupcakes are picked up (allow 7 days notice for the cake order).

4747 E Thomas Rd

Ranch House Grille's menu of hearty, comfort-style breakfast and lunch fare charms the socks off attention-starved tongues with a serenade of eggs and omelettes, burgers, sandwiches, and platters. The award-winning chicken fried steak ($9.50) arrives smothered in house-made pork chili verde, with an entourage of cooked-to-order eggs, while the french toast and eggs (with choice of meat, $7) precariously balance on a sweet and savory seesaw. Weekend plans and skee-ball strategies are best discussed over customizable omelettes ($8.50–$9.50), classic lunch platters such as the top sirloin steak ($13), or a tasty Phil Burger ($10), topped with bacon, avocado, green chili, grilled onions, and pepper jack cheese. All of Ranch House Grille's dishes are served large and in charge, but smaller portions are often available at a reduced price.

5618 E Thomas Rd

At more than 2,600 stores in more than 30 countries, Dunkin' Donuts serves coffee and iced beverages, fresh-baked donuts and desserts, and savory breakfast sandwiches. Since Bill Rosenberg opened the first location in Quincy, MA, in 1950, the donut shop has blossomed into a one-stop coffee and breakfast restaurant familiar to millions of morning rushers and afternoon sippers.

Behind the counter of each location, glazed french crullers twist and curve like Parisian city streets, and Bavarian Kreme donuts are filled with a sweet, golden custard. A cavalcade of meats is available for piling onto breakfast sandwiches, such as sausage, cherrywood-smoked bacon, or ham enveloped with fluffy eggs and melty cheese between a choice of crisp crusts. Health-conscious risers can fuel strenuous bouts of lifting cars in the drive-thru line with a Wake-Up wrap, which offers options such as egg whites with turkey sausage or veggies that add up to as few as 150 calories. Both sweet and savory selections pair well with a freshly brewed cup of coffee or a creamy, frozen Coolatta drink.

Though commuters can snag a quick pick-me-up within minutes, the wafting aromas of baking confections invite patrons to sit inside and embark on nostalgic reminiscences of syrup-coated playground slides. Beyond the bakery walls, the company aims for social responsibility with its support of community volunteer efforts and use of 100% fair-trade-certified espresso beans.

4130 E Thomas Rd

O.H.S.O. Eatery + nanoBrewery

The term “local” barely begins to describe the on-tap beers at O.H.S.O. Eatery + nanoBrewery. Four suds, including OHSO Orange Pail Ale and OHSO Tart, brew right in-house. And of the beers that don’t originate in the on-site fermentation rooms most still come from nearby––about half of O.H.S.O.’s drafts hail from Arizona-based breweries such as Four Peaks. On weekends, imbibing kicks off early at beer brunch, where entrées such as biscuits with white-sausage beer gravy come with a 10-ounce pour of any Arizonian brew. During dinner––which lasts until midnight every night of the week––, the menu emphasizes quality pub grub, such as small plates, burgers, and flatbread pizzas. Dig in on the front porch or the bike-friendly––and sometimes dog-friendly––patio with a pint of beer, glass of wine, or cocktail. Or, drop by for the weekly Sunday afternoon backyard barbecue where guests are allotted second and third helpings of barbecue chicken, brisket, and ribs, and all the wetnaps they can eat.

4900 E Indian School Rd

Something about ice skating can make you hungry. Whether it is the cold or the surprising amount of energy that goes into gliding across the ice, it's a good thing that 18 Degrees is tucked into the Ice Den, where the Phoenix Coyotes train.

The menu there focuses appropriately on warm comfort food, from burgers and pork chops to cheese curds and burritos. The ambiance is about right, too, given the eatery's athletic surroundings. A forest of hockey sticks hangs from the ceilings, and the walls are covered with flat-screen TVs, which broadcast hockey and football games. A lounge with a crackling fireplace looks out over the rink, but it is easy enough to sneak out to a quiet patio as well. There, glass of beer click together as patrons toast important anniversaries or the discovery that separating laundry isn't really that important.

4730 E Indian School Rd

Mark Smith and Gary Clark wouldn’t be where they are today without a 50-year-old barbecue recipe. When the two childhood friends started a catering service in college to cover their living expenses, they soon became renowned for their barbecue, made with a Tennessee-style recipe passed down through several generations. Bolstered by demand, they bought a truck and a portable barbecue pit—but soon traded these for a brick-and-mortar location, a rustic storefront on East Van Buren Street. More than 25 years later, the pair are still serving smoked meats at Honey Bear’s BBQ, boosting their output with a second location on North Central Avenue and a separate catering center.

Their recipe has only improved with age, earning them accolades such as the Phoenix’s Best BBQ Sauce 2010 Award from the Phoenix New Times. Inside the Honey Bear BBQ kitchens, chefs brush this signature Tennessee sauce onto pulled pork, shredded chicken, and beef brisket, which they serve by the pound, pile onto sandwiches, or stuff into face-level catapults. They complement the mesquite flavors with traditional Southern sides such as potato salad, cowbro beans, collard greens, and tater tots. For faraway fans, they also bottle and ship their signature sauce around the country.

5012 E Van Buren St