Coffee & Treats in Alta Vista

$12 for $20 Worth of Ice Cream and Snacks at What's Your Flavor?

What's Your Flavor?

The Villages At The Summit

Syrupy shaved ice, ice-cream cones, and banana splits delight mouths alongside nachos and spicy Cheetos with chili cheese

$20 $12

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$9.99 for Three Visits for Frozen Yogurt at Yogurt Zone ($18) 

Yogurt Zone

Yogurt Zone McCreless Market

Frozen-yogurt shop serves healthy but tasty desserts in sweet and tart flavors with candy and fruit toppings

$6 $3.33

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$10 for $20 Worth of Coffee Drinks, Baked Goods, and Sandwiches at Aspen's Brew

Aspen's Brew

Northwest Side

Freshly brewed micro-roasted coffees, savory sandwiches, and homemade muffins served alongside specialty coffee drinks

$20 $10

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$7.75 for $15 Worth of Bubble Tea and Frozen Yogurt at Yumiberry Yogurt

Yumiberry Yogurt

San Antonio

Choose from bubble tea in flavors such as red bean or coffee slush and low-fat frozen yogurt in 16 flavors with more than 45 toppings

$15 $7.75

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$11 for a Four-Visit Punch Card, with Each Punch Good for $5 at The Great Taste Cafe ($20 Value)

The Great Taste Cafe

San Antonio

Sweet and savory crepes, spicy tamales, organic coffee, bagels, and salads

$20 $11

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Smoothies and Enhancers at Smoothie King (58% Off)

Smoothie King - N. Loop

Stone Oak

Enjoy health-boosting smoothies such as the carrot kale dream with protein powder or the berry punch with three types of berries and sorbet

$12 $5

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$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Yogurt Zone Blanco ($20 Total Value)

Yogurt Zone

Far North Central

Yogurt dispensers fill cups with flavors such as California tart, cookies and cream, and pumpkin pie, which guests customize with toppings

$5 $3

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Smoothies and Enhancers at Smoothie King (58% Off)

Smoothie King

Far West Side

Sample smoothies made with green tea & frozen yogurt or peaches blended with strawberries; enhancers include probiotics, caffeine, and fiber

$12 $5

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Three Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Yogurt Zone (Up to 45% Off)

Yogurt Zone

Yogurt Zone Stone Ridge Market

Self-serve frozen-yogurt shop with up to 16 flavors on tap, including birthday cake and pomegranate, and 55 toppings

$6 $3.33

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Shaved Ice, Smoothies, or Frozen Yogurt at MamboFreeze (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

MamboFreeze

The Hitch Food Trailer Park

Shaved ice in more than 200 flavors, frozen yogurt showered in toppings, and smoothies such as orange creamsicle and strawberry basil

$5 $2.80

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One-Dozen Cupcakes or $11 for $20 Toward Dessert Treats at Sweet (Up to 51% Off)

Sweet

Lakeway/Austin Area

Cupcakes, cake pops, and cookies made with flavors such as red velvet and italian cream from a boutique bakery

$20 $11

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Growler with 50-Ounce Kava Fill or $20 Worth of Cafe Fare at SquareRüt Kava Bar (Up to 48% Off)

SquareRüt Kava Bar

Multiple Locations

Fill a growler with Kava, a South Pacific root drink with anit-anxiety properties; tea and cafe fare also available

$20 $12

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Fro-Yo with One Chocolate Square or Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Fro-Yo at Froyoyo (Up to 45% Off)

Froyoyo

West Lake Hills

Create your own self-serve frozen yogurt, with an optional pairing of a tasting square of the shop's bean-to-bar artisan chocolate

$12.50 $7

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$9.99 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Mini Donuts at Little Lucy's ($18 Total Value)

Little Lucy's

Rainey Street

Food-truck patrons can nosh on mini donuts dusted in cinnamon sugar

$6 $3.33

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Cafe Meal for Two with Drinks, Cheese, and Dessert, or Espresso and Café Cuisine at Lavazza Espression (50% Off)

Lavazza Espression

Downtown

Espresso, gelato, ciabatta-bread sandwiches, & torta salata served alongside dessert coffee innovations; meals of cheese, desserts, & coffee

$5 $2.50

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Two- or Five-Punch Card, with Each Punch Good for $12 Worth of Fruit Cups at Mister FruitCup (Up to 52% Off)

Mister FruitCup

Riverside

Fruit cups provide a tasty alternative to sugary snacks by topping fruit with whipped cream or savory balsamic; vegan options available

$24 $13

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Up to 28% Off Milk Shake — Smoothie King Austin; Valid Sunday, Saturday 10 AM - 9 PM

Smoothie King Austin

West University

Since 1989, smoothie savants have filled cups with freshly blended fruit concoctions, such as Organic Apple Acai & Blackberry Dream

$7 $5

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One or Two Dozen Fried Pies at Bob and Deb's Fried Pies (Up to 50% Off)

Bob and Deb's Fried Pies

North Austin

Family run shop bakes fried pies stuffed with fillings such as apricot, chocolate macadamia, and crab cake

$48 $26

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Café Meal for Two or $5 for $8 Worth of Coffee and Café Food with Expiration Protection at It's a Grind Coffee House

It's a Grind Coffee House

Northwest Austin

Baristas handcraft espresso-based beverages, healthy smoothies, and a range of loose leaf teas

$8 $5

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Frozen Yogurt at Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt (Up to 50% Off)

Fresh Cup Frozen Yogurt

Five Oaks Park North

Machines pump out rotating flavors of low-fat and nonfat yogurt; top off your creation with fruit, nuts, candies, and baked goods

$10 $5

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Frozen Desserts at Berry Cool Frozen Desserts (Up to 50% Off)

Berry Cool Frozen Desserts

Cedar Park

More than 60 toppings sprinkle over rotating flavors of frozen yogurt; other dessert options include ice cream, custard, and gelato

$10 $5

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Bakery Carryout or Dine-In Lunch at Baked 'n Sconed (Up to 50% Off)

Baked 'n Sconed

Hutto

Savory scones and sandwiches dotted with bacon and cheddar or maple sausage as well as sweet scones with peanut butter and white chocolate

$24 $12

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Savor the sweet sensation of shrunken cupcakedom with 12 of Kate's mini cupcakes (valued at $1.25 each), available in a number of flavors for fluffy feasting. The bakery's daily flavors include vanilla vanilla, vanilla chocolate, chocolate chocolate, and chocolate vanilla, with carrot cake and red velvet permanently on tap and strawberry and lemon popping in throughout the week like wacky neighbors from a network sitcom or Dostoevsky novel. Kate's bold bakers can also tackle special orders, with additional fees applying. Munch on memories from your days as a star high-school quarterback's lab partner with The Jock, featuring banana cake topped with peanut-butter frosting and bacon crumbles, or ascend to nourishment nirvana with the Cloud 9, a white-chocolate cake that's packed with raspberry filling and bedecked in white-chocolate cream-cheese frosting and white-chocolate curls. Call ahead for special orders or simply settle for the standard creamy-crowned fare with a dozen decadent mini cupcakes from Kate's Frosting.

2518 N Main Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

The Foundry's bean barons orchestrate a menu that brims with organic-certified free-trade coffee and specialty drinks and a buoyant selection of light café fare. A local roaster delivers The Foundry's weekly bounty of coffee beans, which the crew grinds moments before brewing them and pouring the coffee into refillable cups that are as bottomless as a trap door in the Oval Office. Diners can pair the Elvis frappuccino––a blend of peanut butter, banana, and mocha ($4–$4.50)––with a solid savory, such as the spicy chipotle-chicken panini with a melted fusion of chipotle-cheese salsa, mozzarella, pico de gallo, and guacamole ($6.50). Cool off a piping hot palate with a selection of sweet fruit smoothies ($3.25–$3.75).

2720 McCullough Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

Prime Cultures Frozen Yogurt is a locally owned yogury that crafts cool scoops from real yogurt and fresh, seasonal fruits. You can witness a festival of yogurts led by original tart and tangy frozen yogurt ($2.50 for a small, $3.50 medium, $4.50 large), followed closely behind by specialty flavors such as green tea, cranagranate, or lemon lime ($3.50, $4.50, $5.50), and rounded out with floats of daily toppings including almonds, walnuts, honey, granola, coconut, graham crackers, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Pebbles, and the fruit battalion of blackberries, kiwi, peaches, mangoes, strawberries, and more ($1 for one topping, $1.25 for two, $1.50 for three).

3910 McCullough Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

Cosmic Cakery's owner, Brittney, believes that baking is just as valid an art form as painting or sculpture (in fact, it seems to borrow heavily from both). One look at Brittney's custom cakes will make you inclined to agree. Her edible creations have included a purple boom box, a cake shaped like Legos, and another cake topped with a pair of artfully crafted roller skates. But the taste is what matters most, and Cosmic Cakery certainly delivers on that front with everything from marshmallow fondant to peanut-butter cup cake pops.

150 West Olmos Drive
San Antonio,
TX
US

Both a quick pit-stop for grabbing a coffee and homemade pastry and a respite for sitting down for lunch and lingering a while, Hearthstone Express functions as a coffee shop and bistro. The cooks usher in the day with breakfast, scrambling eggs and tucking them into buttery croissants with spinach-artichoke spread and crispy bacon. Meanwhile, the bakers whip up pastries such as danishes, scones, and bagels to complement cups of coffee. For lunch, the cooks move on to gourmet sandwiches and paninis; best-sellers include Alicia's club?turkey, avocado spread, mozzarella, and honey dijon on a croissant?and the turkey artichoke panini, topped with spinach-artichoke spread. But the staff is open to customers' own creations as well, making Build Your Own sandwiches. Diners can pick their meat, bread, cheese, veggies, and dressings, and name it anything they want, such as Janet.

4212 McCullough Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

The Old Testament tells the story of Joseph, a man who accumulated so much grain that it was like sand on the seashore; there was so much that he even lost track of all the records. Because of this abundance, he was able to save a nation from famine.

The owners of Joseph's Storehouse & Bakery have a similar story. After taking a serious interest in eating healthfully, they began to stockpile organically grown grain in their garage so they could make their own bread from flour they ground themselves. Like the wholesome breads that got them started, all their foods today are baked fresh and are free of chemicals, preservatives, and unnatural ingredients. Their expansive menu extinguishes meal-specific hunger pangs, quenching breakfast cravings with gourmet oatmeal and cinnamon-almond french toast, eradicating lunch cravings with classic club sandwiches, and solving dinner dilemmas with lasagna and chicken pot pie.

3420 N Saint Marys St
San Antonio,
TX
US