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Sweet Treats Across Clarington

Summer is the perfect time to take a trip across Clarington and rediscover our locally-owned cafes, bakeries, and ice cream shops. Satisfy your sweet tooth, beat the heat with these ideas, and tag us with #RediscoverClarington in your Instagram photos.

Deadly-Grounds-Iced-Mocha

Photo: Deadly Grounds Iced Mocha

Courtice

If you’re looking for a caffeine fix, head to Deadly Grounds Café in Courtice. This horror movie-themed café sells Deadly Grounds Canada coffee by the bag and refreshing coffee drinks, like iced caramel mochas and iced cortados – ideal on a hot summer day. If coffee isn’t your thing, they also have a great selection of teas and tea-based drinks. A new addition to the Courtice coffee scene is Greenwood Café and Roaster, located at Critical Hit Gaming Lounge on Highway 2. Enjoy a coffee (hot or iced) outside on their patio next to a wooded conservation area—a perfect place to spend a sunny summer afternoon.


 

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Photo: Sundae Funday Lime Cherry

Bowmanville

Sundae Funday is quickly becoming known as ‘the spot’ in Clarington for vegan soft serve. Try their colourful flavours, like lime and cherry (get it swirled for a mix of tart and sweet) in a cone or cup. They also offer made-in-Ontario handcrafted ice cream by Belly Ice Cream Company in various delicious, creamy flavours, like key lime pie and Muskoka s’mores. Check out the Sundae Funday Instagram page for updates on available ice cream.


 

Enniskillen General Store

Photo: Enniskillen General Store

Enniskillen

Constructed in 1840, The Enniskillen General Store is one of Canada’s oldest stores. Known for their giant Kawartha Dairy ice cream cones and sundaes, this is a must-stop location on your Clarington sweet treat trip. Along with ice cream, they also sell unique gift items, candies, and pantry items.


 

Buddha Belly Bakery

Photo: Buddha Belly Bakery

Newcastle

Located behind The Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill, Newcastle Dairy Ice Cream has a large selection of classic ice cream flavours, such as chocolate chip cookie dough and cotton candy, as well as dairy-free options. If you’re craving baked goods, be sure to stop at Buddha Belly Bakery. Gluten-free and allergen-friendly, this bakery has cupcakes, cookies, muffins, doughnuts, and more. Craving caffeine? Try the maple iced latte with almond milk, featured on their summer menu. Be sure to get the chocolate chip cookie dough cupcake – one of our favourites.

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