Village Coffee isn’t just a place to get a cuppa and run. It’s a place to lean back into soft leather chairs with a hot latte, or gather at a table of fresh-baked sweets and good conversation. Striving to be more than just a coffee shop, Village Coffee encourages its visitors to enjoy the camaraderie that surrounds coffee and sandwiches. Mornings, stop by for breakfast sandwiches, fresh muffins, and hot or iced coffee drinks, or swing by during the afternoon for sandwiches, wraps, smoothies, and salads.
Têtê-à-Têtê customers sup exotic coffee and tea options alongside gourmet pastries and sandwiches in the bistro’s sleek, art-deco-inspired downstairs cafe. The menu of breakfast variations includes choices such as the portobello and swiss cheese omelette ($6.95), which can be put on a croissant ($5.35), wrap ($6.35), or crepe ($7.95). Replenish nutrients after a serious session of urban wakeboarding with lunch paninis and wraps including the caprese, complete with fresh mozzarella, oven-roasted tomatoes, and fresh basil ($6.75).
An emporium of all things gamingfrom Magic: The Gathering to board games and computer games¬Kings Games entertains and delights visitors throughout the day. After perusing their vast selection of collectible card games, board games, and tabletop role-playing games, visitors can stroll upstairs to the game room or stop in the internet café. Printers and copiers take care of gamers' business needs, and the computers' preloaded video games pit players against each other over the local area network or online. Their gaming schedule is also packed to the brim with HeroClix and Magic tourneys.