Coffee & Treats in West Milford

44% Off Cupcakes

Regina Sweet Tempations

Redeem from Home

$25 $14

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

52% at Scratch Made Baked Goods

Scratch Made Baked Goods

Redeem from Home

$60 $29

Bakers hand-make brittle, cupcakes, and cookies from scratch, free from any preservatives or additives

45% Off at Maggie's Country Deli

Maggie's Country Deli

Hanover

$10 $5.50

Casual, down-home deli wakes up the morning crowd with coffee and fresh muffins, and stacks lunchtime sandwiches with cold cuts and cheese

Dunkin' Donuts - Up to 48% Off

Dunkin' Donuts

Montville

$21.35 $11

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

Up to 42% Off Homemade Ice Cream at Applegate Farm

Applegate Farm

Upper Montclair

$20 $12

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164-year-old dairy farm with homemade ice cream in more than 63 unique flavors, hand dipped chocolate, cupcakes, and cider donuts made daily

45% Off

Joss' Nutritional Juice Bar at WOPAS

West Orange

$5 $2.75

All-natural, made-to-order smoothies, holistic juices, and fiber rich juices support healthy diets and lifestyles

50% Off International Café Cuisine at GainVille Café

GainVille Cafe

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

45% Off at Silver Tips Tea 

Silver Tips Tea

Tarrytown

$22 $12

Tea experts scrupulously steep 150 teas, many organic and fair trade, and prepare gourmet café sandwiches such as egg souchong

Jamba Juice – 42% Off Freshly Squeezed Juice

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

$6.95 $4

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

50% Off Coffee and Pastries at Caffetino LLC

Caffetino LLC

Sutton Place

$25 $12.50

Simple flavors from the mild bitterness of cups of illy coffee to the slightly-sweet almond croissants encrusted with thick sugar crystals

$12 for Popsicles at Frozen Peaks ($22.50 Value)

Frozen Peaks

Greenwich Village

$4.50 $2.40

Choice of 21 rotating fro-yo flavors and a variety of toppings; popsicle rolled in a topping such as nuts, cookies, fruit, candy, or cereal

53% Off Five Personalized Pastries

Frepes

New York

$33.75 $16

Personalize a whole wheat, baked-to-order pastry with your choice of flavors and toppings

Up to 42% Off Lee Lee's Baked Goods

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

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 Healthy Snacks and Food at D'Vida Health Bar

D'Vida Health Bar

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

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Juice cocktails, frozen yogurt, custom health bars, specialty and functional smoothies, or Smooccino smoothies infused with espresso

Up to 50% Off Desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets

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

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Before teaming up in 1953, Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins were seasoned business owners with their own ice-cream shops. The words “unusual varieties” shone high above each shop, signaling their respective owners’ passion for anything but an ordinary dessert experience. When the two got together, it was natural that they’d adopt the theme of “31 flavors,” one for each day of the month. Since then, Baskin-Robbins has introduced more than 1,000 flavors and opened shops with more than 5,800 franchise owners worldwide. Even their little pink tasting spoon has become a staple as a way to make flavor browsing an event by allowing guests to try specialties without paying cash or chicken-based trade for the privilege.

1353 Ringwood Avenue
Wanaque,
NJ
US

Thanks to The Ice Cream Social, dessert lovers no longer need to roll unsuspecting dairy cows down ski slopes to get their hands on frozen treats. Serving homemade treats from a mobile ice-cream parlor, the company enlivens events with hard-to-find flavors. Besides banana oreo and s'mores varieties, the scoopers serve uncommon varieties of shaved ice, such as cannoli, green apple, and Mountain Dew. Dessert lovers need not commission the cart for their backyard barbecue, though. The Ice Cream Social offers home delivery of one-of-a-kind treats.

1089 Ringwood Ave
Haskell,
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

On a warm August day in 1938, a father and son unveiled the first sample of what was to become Dairy Queen, selling 1,600 samples on the first day, a feat as unheard of as a dragon that breathes ice. Its ensuing prolific expansion was fueled by its frozen treats, which propelled the dessert shop from 100 stores in 1947 to 1,446 in 1950. Today, their dessert recipes remain largely unchanged, and Dairy Queen has added hearty grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, and fried chicken to its menu. Dairy Queen's enormous dessert menu boasts treats ranging from soft-serve cones and blizzards filled with cookies to takeaway ice-cream sandwiches and cakes.

47 W Allendale Ave., Ste. B
Allendale,
NJ
US

Wide World of Bagels uses traditional bagel-making techniques that have been perfected and practiced by passionate owners Elliot and Scott since 1999. Choose from plain, sesame, poppy, onion, cinnamon raisin, pumpernickel, egg, rye, blueberry, garlic, whole wheat, eight-grain, and the everything bagel, which is a welcome alternative to other bagel shops' nothing bagels, created by kettle-boiling air and pipedreams. Hand-select a dozen stalwart bageley companions to compliment a tub of creamy store-made schmear and finally complete the circular union of flavor and nutriment. Stop by Wide World of Bagels and gaze through the cavernous aperture of a fresh-baked bagel to reveal the light at the end of the chewy tunnel.

581 Goffle Rd
Wyckoff,
NJ
US

It's always flattering when your dessert is the party's favorite. Carousel Cakes—and its bite-size offshoot, Cupcakes by Carousel—knows this feeling well. The bakeries' creative confections have received commendations from every corner of the media, from Time Out New York and InStyle to The View and, perhaps most notably, Oprah, who featured their red-velvet cake in O Magazine and named their blue-velvet cake one of Oprah's Favorite Things in 2012. "Gayle fell hard for this blue velvet cake with cream cheese icing and sugar snowflakes," the media icon gushed. "Just add coffee, milk, or a flute of champagne." The treats also sweeten meals at more than 1000 restaurants, including Zabar's and the American Museum of Natural History in New York and Aldo & Gianni Ristorante and Sear Restaurant in Closter, New Jersey.

As a sister company to the family bakery that Martin Lefkowitz opened in 1965, Cupcakes by Carousel specializes in handheld versions of the treats that won all this acclaim. Besides a mini adaptation of the famous red-velvet cake, the staff creates confections such as the Curious George—a vanilla cake filled with banana custard and topped with peanut butter buttercream frosting and chocolate ganache—and its version of Hostess’s Pink Snowball. All the shop's cakes and pies are certified kosher, and staff can even fill up glasses with swirls of their famous frostings and toppings for clients who like their cupcakes sans cake. Cupcakes by Carousel also lends its hand in local communities. Recently, the Englewood shop raised money for girls' education in developing nations through the nonprofit organization She's The First.

192 East Ridgewood Avenue
Ridgewood,
NJ
US