Heavenly Cup warms windpipes and keeps stomachs stuffed 365 days a year with an extensive menu brimming with breakfast pastries, warm sandwiches and soups, and rich coffee drinks. Lattes ($2.50+), mochas ($2.75+), and chai tea ($2.50+) recharge a bodily battery drained from weeks spent with its volume turned all the way up, while bean-juice abstainers can find un-bitter bliss in a cup of hot chocolate ($1.75+). The shop's libation matadors also lure revved up Red Bull into spirited italian sodas ($5.25), and blend fruity flavors into smoothies ($3.50+) for low-fat pick-me-ups, while a beverage-on-the-move carton ($14–$22), provides 96 portable ounces of your preferred percolated pour along with a supply of cups and lids.
The creators of Ready Made Dinners understand that after a long day, the last thing you feel like doing is getting out a cookbook. With this in mind, their chefs create 14 healthy take-and-bake meals that clients can pick up or get delivered their doors and pop in the oven or freeze for later. An online ordering system and monthly membership options make meal planning easy, and onsite cooking classes teach adults and children how to re-create their favorite meals at home. For lunch or a caffeine fix, a full espresso bar and deli features Kaladi Brothers Coffee and signature sandwiches piled high with premium meats and cheeses on freshly baked bread, as well as a plethora of gluten-free goodies.
Brewing fresh coffee and pulling espresso shots for foamy lattes and cappuccinos is some of what the baristas at The Moose Shack do best. As soon as customers place their orders, steam begins to rise from frothing wands and freshly baked pastries start their journeys into waiting hands. But there's more to the baristas' groove than coffee. From behind the bar, they also prepare bubbly Italian sodas, fresh smoothies, and honey buns that are carried to tables by their highly trained bees.
Baracco's Cafe manages to make the familiar caf?-going experience into something a little bit different by mixing staples such as breakfast sandwiches and muffins with Filipino specialties. Diners can pop in for a smoothie and pair it with an empanada, some flan, or siopao, a steamed pork bun. The friendly caf? sets a laid-back vibe with bohemian-style decor and plenty of space to take a long, relaxing catnap devoid of horrific nightmares.
Hearty food and arty decor welcome diners to The Red Chair Cafe, a casual spot that just opened its doors in 2013. Breakfasts include english-muffin sliders and Tustumena Smokehouse benedicts with seared salmon bacon and arugula. Lunch offerings range from hoagies and melts to salads, pita wraps, and cowboy hats full of housemade chili. The work of local artists adorns the walls, and industrial-inspired fixtures create a hip, modern vibe.