The following is from a travel guideboook. I'm particularly curious about the meaning of "sweets." In the context of a coffee house, it is unlikely to refer to candy or dessert. What could it mean?
The 1369 Coffee House is... Both branches serve mostly caffeine drinks and sweets – with sandwiches at lunch.
I speculate sweets here refers to cakes, cookies, etc. But this sense of sweets is not found in the dictionary.
(Taken from the comments)
The whole passage is as follows:
The 1369 Coffee House is as community-based as Starbucks is corporate. The original Inman Square branch has a more interesting cross section of ages and ethnicities but Central Square has sidewalk seating. Both branches serve mostly caffeine drinks and sweets – with sandwiches at lunch. This is from an Eyewitness Travel Guide.