Cinnamon rolls are like post-its: fun to peel apart in layers and sticky enough to adhere to coworkers' foreheads. Get a delicious memo with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of breakfast pastries, bread, cupcakes, and brownies
- $30 for $60 worth of cakes and tarts
The pastry chefs wake up taste buds with cinnamon rolls ($2.25) and sour-cream coffee cakes, topped by pecan streusel ($1.95). Other morsels include brownies, made with bittersweet Belgian chocolate and an optional studding of walnuts ($1.95), or freshly baked bread, such as the rosemary focaccia ($3.50). Those ordering cakes and tarts—giving 48 hours’ advance notice—choose from creations including tiramisu ($22 for a 6-inch, $29 for an 8-inch) and blackberry mousse layered with vanilla sponge cake ($22 for a 6-inch, $29 for an 8-inch) or request custom combinations. See the full spring menu.
CocoLuxe Fine Pastries
The bakers at CocoLuxe Fine Pastries may not use blocks of marble or chisels, but no one can deny that their culinary creations are works of art. Crafted from components ranging from classic chocolate ganache and raspberry buttercream to orange poppy seed sponge cake, their custom cakes add the crowning touch to weddings, birthdays, or séances to contact Marie Antoinette.
Inside the bakery, spacious glass cases brim with morning treats such as croissants and scones. Next to them perch cupcakes capped by Italian meringue and chocolate mice with sliced almond ears, which customers can take home to give lethargic housecats some exercise. At midday, CocoLuxe Fine Pastries switches from sweet to savory as it unveils an array of artisanal sandwiches. The bakery’s fresh baguettes and rosemary focaccia become vessels for smoked gouda and cranberry apple compotes, fortifying diners for afternoons filled with feeding, watering, and walking their computers.