If you have a sweet tooth like I do, then you'll love Cocola. Costco now sells Cocola Bakery gift cards for those of you who love chocolates, pastries, cakes. Cocola features both a bakery and cafe where you can get fresh pastries and a good cup of coffee if you like having it with your dessert. With five locations (San Francisco, San Jose, Redwood City, Palo Alto, and Santa Clara), Cocola is to the Bay Area just as much as Ghirardelli and Guittard Chocolate. My favorites at Cocola are the fruit tarts and tiramisu, but at Cocola everything tastes good.
|Save $10 on 2 $25 Cocola Bakery Gift Cards at Costco|
Here are the details:
Two $25 Cocola Bakery Gift Cards ($50 value)Costco Price: $39.99 (save 20%)
Found at: Costco in Redwood City, CA (2300 Middlefield Rd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)
Cocola is a one of a kind high-end patisserie established in 2002 by Sue and Amir Aliabadi, a mother and son partnership, with the first locations in Westfield Valley Fair and Santana Row.
Since its opening in November 2002 Cocola is known for its long lines of customers. A four-star review in San Jose Mercury News describes Cocola best (read review).
The specialties of our cafés are French confections and pastries, that we like to think of as "affordable luxuries". We also serve gourmet sandwiches on baguettes fresh from the oven, with homemade soups and salads.