Coffee & Treats in Spring Valley

Dairy Queen – 50% Off

Allendale

$20 $10

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

50% Off Frozen Yogurt at Frannie’s Goodie Shop

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

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12 types of self-serve frozen yogurt in flavors such as cappuccino, cake batter, and original tart; more than 100 toppings to choose from

Dunkin' Donuts - Up to 48% Off

Montville

$21.35 $11

Fuel mornings with piping hot coffee and assorted donuts such as long johns, crullers, and cake donuts

40% Off Fresh Juice and Latin Food at Tropical Juice Bar

Multiple Locations

$5 $3

Juices & smoothies blended with tropical fruits such as passionfruit & mango - served alongside Latin dishes, including empanadas & mofongo

Up to 52% Off Frozen Yogurt, Smoothies, Bubble Tea, and Other Treats

Hackensack

$10 $5

Eco-friendly yogurt company pairs responsible practices with indulgent, unexpected flavors, such as Blueberry Truffle and Bananas Foster

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

50% Off Cupcakes at I Am Cupcakes

Corner of Main St and John St

$20 $10

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Four dozen varieties of classic and specialty cupcakes, such as key lime pie, cookies & cream, pecan pie, red velvet, and almond joy

50% Off International Café Cuisine at GainVille Café

Leadville

$20 $10

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Sandwiches, salads, and beverages draw on flavors from around the globe, such as rose petals, garam-masala spices, and garlicky hummus

Select Local Merchants

1000 Palisades Center Dr
West Nyack,
NY
US

The staff at the newly opened Hudson Valley Cakery bakes every item in its quaint bakery from scratch and whips up pies, cupcakes, tarts, and custom cakes without artificial flavors or preservatives. The shop even offers gluten-free options among the frosted creations behind its glass cases. Hudson Valley Cakery opens for breakfast and serves coffee every day but Monday, tempting customers with treats such as champagne-custard and raspberry-buttercream cupcakes as well as flaky, cinnamon-laced morning buns. To boot, eight varieties of pie render decision making at the bakery as difficult as getting apple pie classified as an enemy of the state.

495 Kings Highway
Valley Cottage,
NY
US

Cupcakes bring out the child in people, so who better to make those treats than a child? Patrick DeBiase, the owner of Stud Muffins Cupcakes, is just 13 years old. He first started baking at the age of four with the help of his grandmother, who is a classically educated pastry chef. With her help, he creates Stud Muffins’ variety of cookies and cupcakes, which are delivered to doorsteps when customers order them through his online shop or through wishing really hard. In the future, Patrick has big plans to attend culinary school and open a storefront for his business, but for now, he's content serving the community—his business donates 50 cents to the Tourettes Syndrome Association for every dozen cupcakes sold.

Unknown
Park Ridge,
NJ
US

Something wicked lurks within the abandoned peach orchard at Depiero's Country Farm. But to discover which petrifying presences lie in wait, intrepid guests must walk through Night-mares Haunted Attraction's unsettlingly named Twisted Maniac Trail. Scares spring from behind every turn, sometimes in the form of special effects, other times in the form of actors donning horrifying getups. At certain points, those scenes may depict intense, blood-soaked frights not recommended for children 10 and under. If the outdoor trail ever gets too freaky, participants of any age can be escorted out quickly by shouting "safety", just like the protagonist does at the anti-climactic conclusion to Friday the 13th.

300 W Grand Ave
Montvale,
NJ
US

The peanut-butter slathered sandwiches at the Peanut Butter Blues Cafe happily swim in a sea of thirst quenchers and open-mic sound waves. Nutty connoisseurs can expand their palates with sandwiches including the Junglicious, which partners peanut butter with honey, cinnamon, and fresh bananas ($5), or the Guitar Hero, a concoction of peanut butter, wild honey, and blackberry jam ($5). The café also outputs heftier sandwiches, such as the Smoked Salmon BLT ($9) and the Hungry Man From Siberia, comprised of meat dumplings, mushrooms, sour cream, and dill ($10). For liquid fuel, open-mic enthusiasts can snag steamy espressos ($2), chilled orange-chocolate shakes ($5), or the too-cool-for-simple PB Blues house shake, which unites bananas, peanut butter, chocolate, and walnuts ($6).

86 W Allendale Ave
Allendale,
NJ
US

At Bing’s Burgers, cooks focus their grilling talents into crafting flavors not found at a typical drive-thru joint. While diners at the newly opened Fort Lee location can indulge in four types of slider and Bing's own beer-battered fish and chips, the menu centers around a lineup of burgers topped with combinations of unique ingredients. The Cali Burger sports a dollop of fresh, homemade guacamole and low-fat ranch dressing, and Bing's Signature Burger layers sauteed onions, gouda, and garlic aioli while also signing for incoming shipments.

118 Broadway
Hillsdale,
NJ
US