Two or Five 16-Ounce Drinks or Double Espressos at Cup and a Prayer Coffee Shop (Up to 53% Off)

Downtown

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In a Nutshell

Fresh-roasted beans become hot and iced coffee, espresso drinks, and cold blended-coffee creations at café owned by pair of pastors

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 13th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Two beverage option must be used in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $4 for two 16-ounce drinks or double espressos (up to an $8.50 value)
  • $10 for a punch card for five 16-ounce drinks or double espressos (up to a $21.25 value)

Cup and a Prayer's menu features drinks such as mochas, cold-pressed iced coffee, and frozen blended-coffee drinks in mocha or caramel flavors.

Cup and a Prayer Coffee Shop

Pat and Marge McClanahan have always been coffee lovers; it was one of the mutual interests that they discovered on their first date. After they got married, they began experimenting with roasting their own beans. From an inauspicious start in an air corn popper, they eventually began their own company, Covenant Roasters, to help pay for their seminary school.

They didn’t stop there, though. When the church they lead, Common Ground Worship Center, moved into what used to be a Christian coffee shop, they felt it was fate: they had finally found a space for the café they’d long dreamed of founding. Today, they serve lattes, hot and cold-pressed coffee, and blended drinks in the space, which they’ve dubbed Cup and a Prayer. The beans they brew are still roasted by Marge herself in small batches several times a week, resulting in coffees that are more nuanced and complex than many cookie-cutter brews. Alongside the café's libations, patrons can also peruse made-from-scratch pastries that include inside-out cinnamon rolls and snickerdoodle muffins.

Cup and a Prayer Coffee Shop

Pat and Marge McClanahan have always been coffee lovers; it was one of the mutual interests that they discovered on their first date. After they got married, they began experimenting with roasting their own beans. From an inauspicious start in an air corn popper, they eventually began their own company, Covenant Roasters, to help pay for their seminary school.

They didn’t stop there, though. When the church they lead, Common Ground Worship Center, moved into what used to be a Christian coffee shop, they felt it was fate: they had finally found a space for the café they’d long dreamed of founding. Today, they serve lattes, hot and cold-pressed coffee, and blended drinks in the space, which they’ve dubbed Cup and a Prayer. The beans they brew are still roasted by Marge herself in small batches several times a week, resulting in coffees that are more nuanced and complex than many cookie-cutter brews. Alongside the café's libations, patrons can also peruse made-from-scratch pastries that include inside-out cinnamon rolls and snickerdoodle muffins.

Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards