Bakery Deals in Atlanta
Puritans believed that unclean dogs had unclean souls, meaning they could be traded to the devil in exchange for a new barrel. Keep your dog and your conscience clean with this Groupon. Choose from Six Options $17 for a bath and blueberry spa treatment for a small dog weighing up to 20 pounds (a $50 value) $22 for a bath and blueberry spa treatment for a medium dog weighing 21–45 pounds (a $70 value) $29 for a bath and blueberry spa treatment for a large dog weighing 46–65 pounds (a $90 value) $45 for three bath and blueberry spa treatments ...
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Limit 1 per customer, 1 additional as gift • Limit 1 per customer per visit • Valid only for pick-up • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Having devoted the past 20 years to creating confectionary delights, owner and pastry chef Charlita Varner will bake your favorite treats with this deal: • $13 ($27 value) for one dozen cupcakes • Offers flavors like key lime, red velvet, strawberry, chocolate & vanilla cupcakes • Hapeville establishment open Monday through Saturday Buttersweet Bakery's Website
Like love-struck school kids biking past our true love's house over and over, we've been oh-so-casually cruising back and forth past 798 Ponce for months now. Any day now, we thought while conspicuously angling for a glance inside, and Old Fourth Ward would get their very own taste of that delicious, downright addictive bubble tea. Well, adventurous sirs and madames, it's time to bust out the bubbly, 'cause we have some sweet news: intowners now have a bubble tea joint to call their own, no Buford Highway trekking required. If you weren't hanging out in Taiwan circa '88, you might be asking yourself: self, what is this bubble tea of which they speak? The long and short: a sweet, creamy, tea-based elixir containing floating tapioca pearls, which make for a delightfully curious sipping (and chewing) experience through those comically oversized straws. Since becoming a Huge Thing in the '80s and spreading westward to the US shortly thereafter, boba cafes (and their devout followers) have sprung up left and right in big cities. This, though, ain't just any ol' boba cafe, folks. Honey Bubble keeps it real with legit fresh milk (organic soy, too), teas brewed fresh each day, and good ingredients—a rarity among bubble tea shops, who often turn to artificial flavor concentrates and astronaut-worthy powdered milk instead. Here, they're mixing up the standby flavors like taro, lychee, lavender and honeydew, but also offering a few options more reminiscent of Western desserts—salted caramel, for example. Factor in the colorful macarons from Alon's and the sweet treats from Highland Bakery, and you've got all the fixins for one heck of a sweet tea party. And if you haven't yet acquired an affinity for tapioca, Honey Bubble has puh-lenty of other beverages to keep you busy: flakey ice slushies, fine loose teas, a rotating fair-trade coffee and a few unique options (see: the Brooklyn egg cream, a chocolate drink that involves neither eggs nor cream but is quite tasty). Add to that the chilled-out, lounge-y atmosphere, plentiful wi-fi, and—wait for it—ample free parking, and we're about ready to unofficially declare Honey Bubble our second office. (We get dibs on the big couch underneath the Bruce Lee movies.) Menu Highlights: Milk Bubble Tea, $ 4 (Medium) - $5 (Large) Snowcap Slushies, $ 4 (Medium) - $5 (Large) Brooklyn Egg Cream, $4 Bustelo Espresso Coffee, $3 Organic Fair-Trade Coffee, $3.50 (Medium) - $4.25 Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sun., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Don't let dietary restrictions force you to sacrifice flavor -- visit a family-run bakery that serves up fresh, scratch-made breads, cookies, muffins, birthday cakes, and take-and-bake pizzas that meet your gluten-free needs with this deal from Sally's Gluten Free Bakery: $10 for $20 to spend on baked goods Menu also features offerings without soy, dairy, and egg Alpharetta shop was highlighted by Delight Gluten-Free Magazine "[The blueberry muffins] somehow manage to be both incredibly light and delightfully moist, and there's nothing not to like about the ingredients list -- the first ingredient is apple sauce." - Happy Customer
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per transaction • Valid for in-store pickup only; excludes internet purchases • Valid only at the Alpharetta location • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Don't let dietary restrictions force you to sacrifice flavor -- visit a family-run bakery that serves up fresh, scratch-made breads, cookies, muffins, birthday cakes, and take-and-bake pizzas that meet your gluten-free needs: • $10 for $20 to spend on baked goods • Menu also features offerings without soy, dairy, and egg • Alpharetta shop highlighted by Delight Gluten-Free Magazine "[The blueberry muffins] somehow manage to be both incredibly light and delightfully moist, and there's nothing not to like about the ingredients list -- the first ingredient is apple sauce." - Google Reviewer Sally's Gluten Free Bakery's Website | Facebook
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