Coffee & Treats in West New York

Up to 42% Off Pastry — Lee Lee's Baked Goods; Valid Monday - Thursday Noon - 7 PM

Lee Lee's Baked Goods

Harlem

$7 $4

Quaint bakery dishes out signature raspberry, apricot & chocolate rugelach alongside cakes, pastries & other treats

Award-Winning Café Food for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Mara's Cafe & Bakery (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

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

Gift Card for Healthy Snacks, Shakes & Supplements at D'Vida Health Bar (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

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

Three Groupons, Each Redeemable for One Sampler Box or $10 Worth of Desserts at Lady Lexis Sweets (Up to50% Off)

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

$11 for $20 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Treats at Yogurt in Love

Yogurt in Love

Financial District

$20 $11

Frozen yogurt, coffee, waffle and other edible treats lift up an afternoon or any time of day

Two or Four 9-Ounce Jars of Hot Fudge Sauce at Serendipity 3 (Up to 54% Off)

Serendipity 3

Upper East Side

$21.90 $11

(2034)

Take home jars of decadent hot fudge sauce from the iconic Upper East Side dessert destination

Five- or Ten-Visit Punch Card for Coffee and Pastries or One Month of Daily Coffee at Caffetino LLC (50% Off)

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

Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for One 12 Oz. Freshly Squeezed Juice at Jamba Juice (42% Off)

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.

$12 for Five Groupons, Each Good for One Frozen Yogurt Popsicle 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

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Wall Street Bath & Spa knows its market: when patrons enter, they see a mosaic that depicts a bull and a bear wrapped in a spa towel. Though the men and women's spa is inspired by Old-World bathhouses, modern touches such as this mosaic saturate the environs. Even the sauna selection pits the traditional against the contemporary: visitors can lounge in either a russian sauna that’s encased in 16 tons of rock or an infrared sauna that heats the body without affecting the surrounding air temperature. They can also work up a sweat in the eucalyptus steam room, which hosts body scrubs, Platza treatments, and bachelorette parties for koala bears. Once sufficiently heated, guests cool off in a 52-degree cold-plunge pool or a full-sized pool, whose softly illuminated waters glint off the blue tiles that line the bottom. A VIP lounge sequesters groups of up to 20 in a private space equipped with a jacuzzi, side-by-side massage tables, a plasma TV, and a pool table.

Like napping in a cotton-candy spinner, relaxing tends to work up an appetite, so the facility also has a juice bar and an on-site restaurant brimming with European fare and a selection of infused vodkas.

88 Fulton St
New York,
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Jerome Chang, the mastermind behind the much-lauded DessertTruck, gave his desserts a grounded home at Cathcart & Reddy, a café on the Lower East Side that sells many of the truck’s wares while expanding its purview. Run by Chang and two pastry chefs, all credited in their New York magazine listing as Le Cirque school alumni, the truck was nominated for two Vendy Awards and received heavy attention in a New York Times feature on dessert trucks for gourmet sweets that include chocolate bread pudding, vanilla crème brûlée, and french macaroons. The café also sells pressed sandwiches with mellifluous fillings such as goat cheese with caramelized almonds, thyme, and apricot jam, or domestic serrano ham with manchego, roasted garlic, and pine nuts.

When not slinging sweets behind the counter, staffers can be found in the kitchen, baking new batches of desserts or hosting workshops for aspiring chefs. Scheduled every few days throughout each month, the classes teach patrons kitchen secrets such as how to craft perfect soufflés and macaroons or gauge a cook’s feelings by the color of his chef’s hat.

6 Clinton St
New York,
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Few desserts have the audacity to flaunt their nutritional information for the entire eating world to see. But the frozen yogurt at Berrywild does just that. Churned to two distinct consistencies–Berry Smooth or Kinda Icy–the frosty treat packs, at most, 125 calories per serving. And that’s just for Berry Smooth plain, Caribbean coffee, or banana yogurt; the Kinda Icy plain, green tea, and pomegranate flavors max out at 80 calories a pop. Capped with fresh mango, pineapple, or strawberries, the sweets almost reach the healthy snack status obtained briefly by ice cream in 19th century, before it was discovered to contain sugar.

818 Lexington Ave
New York,
NY
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The Nutbox cracks open an assortment of nuts, candies, natural seeds, and snacks and mixes. Fill up assorted sizes of eco-pine gift boxes ($14.99), made from ecologically sustained forests in Wisconsin, with 1-pound bags of your plucking, such as dried blueberries ($15.99), sun-dried tomatoes ($4.99), or vegetable chips ($19.99). Caffeine connoisseurs can follow their nose and dopamine transmitters to the Nicaraguan ($14.99) and Tanzanian peaberry ($13.99) fair-trade organic coffee beans. The Nutbox gives back to the community by supporting several charity events throughout the year, and their cheery locations feature glossy hardwood floors and appetite-inducing orange hues, making snack selection an even more pleasant process than usual.

49 E 8th St
New York,
NY
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It's never too late to give a gift that's actually three gifts containing a multitude of other gifts—like a set of Russian nesting dolls filled with ball bearings. For $25, you get one Gingerbread Holiday Stacker from the world-famous Dylan's Candy Bar, a $40 value. This triple-tiered package is stacked with sweets and comes topped with a first-place blue ribbon and holiday bell powerful enough to get snow angels their wings and make newborn babies salivate for the first time.

1011 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
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Guy & Gallard doesn't mind where people choose to savor its menu of more than 70 breakfast items, sandwiches, soups, and pastas. Diners also get to design their own sandwiches out of diverse ingredients that range from albacore-tuna salad and grilled vegetables to tandoori chicken and prosciutto. To sate health-minded stomachs and hungry treadmills, the menu uses a green leaf to denote the meals that have less fat and fewer calories.

469 Fashion Ave
New York,
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