Ice cream and popcorn have been friends for years despite ice cream’s never having visited popcorn’s microwave ranch, and popcorn steering clear of ice cream’s freezer penthouse. Spread snack love with today’s Groupon to either the Häagen-Dazs & Popcorn Palace in Naperville or the Häagen-Dazs Shop at Navy Pier in Chicago. Choose from the following three options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of Häagen-Dazs ice-cream treats in Naperville or Chicago.
- For $5, you get $10 worth of Popcorn Palace popcorn in Naperville.
- For $10, you get $20 toward any Häagen-Dazs ice-cream cake in Naperville (48-hour advance order required).
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs and Popcorn Palace delight discerning palates with more than 25 flavors of frozen goodies and 27 varieties of popcorn. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($3.84–$5.42) or blend into shakes ($5.42) and smoothies ($5.87) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Popcorn Palace's crispy puffed maize morsels are popped in micro batches to ensure consistent high quality across four flavor categories: candied, seasoned, original, and supreme & nutty ($2.50+). The macadamia butter crunch mix ($7.95 for a small bag; $35.95 for family-size) softens macadamia nuts’ hardened exteriors with buttercream and brown-sugar kisses, and the Chicago Style’s caramel and cheddar mix ($6.75 for a small bag; $19.95 for family-size) represents its city admirably, earning plaudits as “the popcorn that works.”
Dress up special occasions or congratulatory sick days with a luscious Häagen-Dazs ice-cream cake, available in classic configurations such as chocolate drizzle and birthday fun, and customizable in any of the shop’s flavors ($20–$42.95). Because each frozen torte is crafted according to customer whim, a 48-hour advance notice is required on all cake orders.
Häagen-Dazs & Popcorn Palace
From Häagen-Dazs' Belgian dark chocolate and Madagascan vanilla beans to Popcorn Palace's U.S.-grade-AA butter and whole macadamia nuts, both companies use top-quality ingredients to craft their signature goodies. Popcorn Palace's 27 popcorn varieties fall into four flavor categories—Supreme, Sweet, Savory, and Simple—and are cooked in small batches to ensure that each kernel has a sense of its own self-worth. Supreme flavors, such as white-chocolate peanut butter, treat palates to a salty symphony of flavors, and Simple kernels take taste buds back to childhood cinema outings. Häagen-Dazs's numerous, diverse flavors of ice cream, yogurt, and sorbet fill cups, cones, and milk shakes with the sweet, frosty essence of coffee or mint chip.