Coffee & Treats in Stoughton

Half-Dozen Carrot-Cake Cupcakes or One Dozen Cupcakes at Rich’s House of Cakes (Up to 47% Off)

Rich's House of Cakes

Multiple Locations

Muffin-size carrot-cake cupcakes or one dozen cupcakes in red velvet, yellow, or chocolate made with natural ingredients

$24 $13

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Four or Eight Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Large Drinks at Badger Bros Coffee (Up to 50% Off)

Badger Bros Coffee

Platteville

Tea, smoothies, italian sodas, and lemonade join a variety of coffee-based drinks, including the Rabid Badger!, a high-caf, flavored latte

$5 $2.75

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$7 for $14 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Café Drinks at Ooz Fruz

Ooz Fruz

Gilberts

Self-serve frozen yogurt in a variety of flavors served alongside Lavazza coffee and teas

$14 $7

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Coffee at Yo Factory ($30 Value)

Yo Factory

Lower East Side

Rotating selection of fro-yo flavors can be customized with 70 toppings; frappes, blended cold coffee drinks & fresh-fruit smoothies as well

$10 $5

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$13.20 for One Dozen Cupcakes or Cake Pops at It’z My Party Cakery ($25 Value)

It'z My Party Cakery

Milwaukee

Italian buttercream tops red velvet, chocolate, and many other flavored cupcakes; cake pops take a dip in chocolate

$25 $13.20

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$10 for One Dozen Cake Pops at Sugar Hills Bakery ($19.08 Value)

Sugar Hills Bakery

Multiple Locations

Easy-to-eat cake pops come in vanilla, chocolate, or red velvet with white- or dark-chocolate frosting

$19.08 $10

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$13 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Coffee and Menu Items at Calibre Coffee ($25 Value)

Calibre Coffee

South Barrington

Intelligentsia and Metropolis coffee drinks pair with menu items such as breakfast sandwiches, muffins, and desserts

$5 $2.60

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$15 for Three $10 Vouchers for Frozen Yogurt at BerrySimple Yogurt ($30 Value)

BerrySimple Yogurt

Gurnee

Frozen yogurt flavors such as nonfat pumpkin and low-fat orange creamsicle cradle fresh fruit, brownie dough bites, and caramel sauce

$10 $5

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$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food at City Life Bakery ($30 Total Value)

City Life Bakery

Century Oaks

Bakery serves cakes in a variety of designs next to cupcakes, pastries, gourmet deli sandwiches, coffee and teas

$10 $6

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Cups of Coffee with Half-Pound Bags of Beans at Mean Bean Roasters (50% Off)

Mean Bean Roasters

Galena

The coffee is roasted to impart one of many flavors, including whiskey, marshmallow, pumpkin spice, and bacon

$20 $10

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Smoothies and Ice Cream at Dairy Queen (Up to Half Off)

Dairy Queen

Multiple Locations

Soft serve studded with candy, cookies, or fruit; frothy Julis Originals and thick, creamy fruit smoothies

$10 $5

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One of the best BLTs in Madison doesn't have bacon on it. Dubbed the TLT, Jennie Capellaro's meat-free version swaps out the pork for strips of tempeh, a type of cultured soy. The sandwich's smoky flavor won over the critics of 77 Square, claiming Best BLT honors in 2010. PETA named it one of the country's best vegan BLTs in 2012. And in 2013, it was named "Favorite Vegetarian-Friendly Restaurant" by The Daily Page.

Jennie and her team at The Green Owl Cafe strive to similarly surprise their diners by coaxing out unexpected flavors from their vegetarian and vegan dishes. Championing freshness, they prefer to work with local suppliers, such as Blue Skies Berry Farm and Sprouting Acres. They also throw monthly raw nights, treating guests to prix fixe dinners comprised of all raw courses. Jennie matches her menu's celebration of nature with a rustic, wood-paneled interior and an outdoor patio where diners can catch the free vitamin-D capsules regularly tossed down by the sun.

1970 Atwood Ave
Madison,
WI
US

It was a fateful day that Campus Candy founder Mark Tarnofsky dropped his daughter off at Indiana University about four years ago. On a mission to track down a simple candy bar, the dutiful dad found himself roaming far afield until he finally landed at a distant drugstore. Convinced that college kids want candy within constant reach, Tarnofsky started his first store right there, and soon expanded to the schools in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. Each outlet sells more than 500 different types of candy, all of which may be repurposed as toppings on a rotating menu of frozen yogurt. By slinging bulk candy at a fixed price, Campus Candy stores make it easy for college kids to load up on diverse desserts without filling their schedules with bonbon-making classes.

553 State St
Madison,
WI
US

Owner Lance Ratze named Yola’s Café for his Grandma Yola, a sensational cook who hoped to own a cafe but passed away before realizing her dream. She did come close, though. In addition to filling her kitchen with restaurant equipment, she piled her basement's ping-pong table high with roast beef, waffles, and pies so as to serve as many people as possible. 

Today, Yola's aims to recreate its namesake's hospitality by filling stomachs with baked goods. By lunch, artisans dole out sandwiches, salads, and soups to sate midday cravings. As they dine, grownups peruse a rotating selection of local artwork, while kids play with the cafe's toys, board games, and an old tin can.

494 Commerce Dr
Madison,
WI
US

When Forever Yogurt claims that it has ?literally trillions of possibilities? for combining frozen-yogurt flavors and toppings, it is literally not kidding. At each location, some 16 flavors and 40 toppings challenge self-serve artists to twirl, sprinkle, and festoon cups of fro-yo to their own taste buds' content. Frozen masterpieces can accommodate preferences for low-fat, nonfat, nondairy, and no-sugar-added diets, as well as daily food-pyramid requirements for fresh blueberries, kiwi, and caramel-turtle cups.

506 State St
Madison,
WI
US

Baristas at Steep and Brew froth milk from the local Sassy Cow Family Creamery for lattes made with organic, eco-friendly, fair trade Café Fair coffees. Additionally, they steep loose-leaf tea from their collection of over 25 different flavors also available for purchase in bulk.

3868 E Washington Ave
Madison,
WI
US

Amid a casual ambience, Ironworks Cafe slakes stomach suspirations with breakfast and lunch menus founded on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Breakfast-farers halt hunger with classic dishes, such as eggs benedict with ham served with your choice of side salad, fresh fruit, or potatoes ($8); or an Ironworks skillet stuffed with roasted potatoes, savory sausage, peppers, and onions, blanketed with pepperjack cheese and over-easy eggs ($8). For lunch, quiet midday stomach rumblings with a savory sandwich, such as the swiss-chard and oyster-mushroom melt ($8.50), or order your inner-brontosaurus a large spinach salad tossed with chevre, cucumbers, and toasted nuts in a berry vinaigrette ($5.75).

149 Waubesa Street
Madison,
WI
US