$7 for $15 Worth of Java and Café Fare at Pasha Coffee & Tea

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Much like a massage from a cat, coffee helps people wake up, enlivens morning routines, and can be painful against bare skin. Keep a lid on your morning with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of java brews and café fare at Pasha Coffee & Tea.

Eco-conscious Pasha Coffee & Tea, lauded by the Hamilton County Herald, brews steaming java from organic beans harvested under sustainable, fair-trade conditions. Hot pours pair well with a nutritious menu of locally sourced café noshes served all day. Meticulous roasting techniques coax perfectly bittersweet flavors from mugs of turkish coffee ($3.50) or white mochas ($3.55–$4.25), infused with a tinge of candy just like Count Chocula's toothpaste. Rush-hour guests rise and shine at the sight of the italian breakfast melt, a sandwich stuffed with two eggs, ham, mozzarella, pesto, and italian seasoning ($5.25). Other offerings include hot pots of tea ($2.75) and freshly baked scones or muffins ($2.50).

Live music, poetry, and other events keep crowds company in Pasha's softly lit confines, ringed by vibrant masterpieces and plush cocoa couches intended for lounging or hiding family heirlooms. The hunger hub doles out caffeine fixes both indoors and outdoors with a breeze-swept stone patio.

Pasha Coffee & Tea

Organic and fair-trade ingredients transform into beverages, breakfasts, lunches, and dinners at Pasha Coffee & Tea. Between walls bedecked with original artwork, patrons nestle into plush armchairs to warm up with marbled-froth cappuccinos. Guests also spoon up Oreo frappes heaped with pillowy dollops of whipped cream, as well as coffee that, according to the roasting philosophy printed on the menu, is painstakingly roasted to the optimal degree. Cholula mayo paints crispy bacon slices in the spicy BLT, and pesto and mozzarella accent the italian breakfast melt's stack of ham and tomatoes. And occasionally, the coffee tables, magical beanstalks growing from dropped beans, and mismatched furniture part ways to make room for live music and poetry.:

Reviews

I ended up drinking two pots of tea and eating a really good caprese panini. The sandwich was very light and came with some tasty pita-like chips.

Timber W., Yelp, 7/23/10

Our barista was a delight, pleasant and cheerful. Yummy sandwiches, great drinks, and a brownie to die for!

newtravelerWisconsin, TripAdvisor, 11/3/11
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    St. Elmo

    3914 St. Elmo Ave.

    Chattanooga, Tennessee 37409

    423-475-5482

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In a Nutshell

Organic, fair-trade java brewed to bittersweet perfection & served aside locally sourced sammies at eatery home to live music & poetry

The Fine Print

Expires May 30th, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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