Berkeley is home to many sugary shops that will satisfy your sweet tooth. It can be overwhelming to choose which of these places are worth your time. These places will satisfy all your sugary needs, making the decision easier.
Waffles —Little Gem Belgian Waffles
A Little Gem waffle is all you need. Little Gem has a variety of signature creations. You can also create your own. They are freshly made and served warm. For the ultimate treat after a long day, you can add a scoop of icecream to make it hot and cold.
Cinnamon bunsCinnaholic Bakery
Cinnaholic was featured on Shark Tank. It opened its first store in Berkeley, before expanding to other parts of the United States and Canada. Cinnaholic cinnamon buns are more than traditional waffles. They offer more than 20 frosting options and many topping options. They are also 100% plant-based.
Doughnuts King Pin Donuts
King Pin Donuts has been serving timeless tastes since 1939 with every one of its doughnuts. It’s open from 3:00 AM to 5:00 AM, so you can always count on King Pin for your sugar fix. If you’re lucky enough, you might be able to arrive while the doughnuts are still warm from the oven.
BobaFeng Cha Teahouse
Feng Cha is a new alternative to boba in Berkeley. Despite strong competition, Feng Cha has managed to stand out from the rest. The drink options are very different to what you will find in other shops. Its signature drink is the “dirty Boba”, which is a sweet, but not too sweet, choice.
Ice creamTara’s Organic Ice Cream
Tara’s Organic Ice Cream is the best! You can taste the difference without any stabilizers or emulsifiers. Tara’s offers 175 different flavor options, including goat cheese raspberry and oregano orange pepper.
Frozen yogurt –Yogurt Park
Frozen yogurt is not the same as ice cream, and it’s definitely not your usual breakfast staple. A simple pint of icecream won’t satisfy your cravings for frozen yogurt. Yogurt Park has been a Berkeley favorite for frozen yogurt since 1977. The cups are large and there are fat-free options available to help you feel less guilty about your indulgence.
Mochi doughnutsThird Culture Bakery
Mochi doughnuts, despite not being a popular dessert, are delicious and unique. They are light and chewy in every way. Third Culture Bakery offers a wide range of unique flavors, from chocolate to ube. You don’t have to travel to Fourth Street to check out 1951 Coffee Company. They provide mochi doughnuts, and muffins made by Third Culture Bakery.
Sometimes, when life is hard, it’s okay to indulge in your sweet cravings. This list will be helpful for you next time you indulge your sweet tooth!