Though Moon Flight Car Wash and Coffee might seem like an unusual assemblage of businesses, its mission is clear: to offer clients fast, efficient services that don’t require them to leave their vehicles. Customers can cruise through an automated car wash, pick out their favorite drinks and treats from a drive-thru café menu, and finally have that car-horn honk-off they’ve always been meaning to do. For night owls, Moon Flight's self-serve washes are open 24 hours a day, and the coffee shop serves Kiva Han Coffee and Enrico Biscotti starting in the early hours of the morning.
Pets also can receive a cleaning in one of Moon Flight’s self-service dog-wash rooms, which are stocked with two shampoo formulas, skunk-odor remover, conditioner, and a blow dryer. Left smelling fresher than a rose auditioning for the lead role in a bouquet, well-behaved dogs can trot over to the drive-thru window to receive a free treat.
Baristas at BeanThru fill drive-thru customers' morning cups with a menu of bold espresso, foamy cappuccinos, and aromatic teas. Meticulously selected beans brew into a savory black ambrosia to forge hot coffee, iced coffee, and 12 icy Chiller blends. White-chocolate mochas quench cocoa cravings with Ghirardelli chocolate and a punch of caffeine, and steamy chai lattes thaw frostbitten fingers in a duo of coffee-free flavors. Berries-and-cream protein smoothies fuel sippers with vitamin C, antioxidants, and whey protein, fusing decadence with nutrition like a broccoli-shaped gummy bear. Though not included with this Groupon, driver's-seat diners can also partake of the barista booth's range of on-the-go oatmeal, freshly baked cookies, and toasty belgian waffles.
At one time, there were rivers on the moon and moons in our rivers. Today's Groupon celebrates the memory of days gone by with food that is both classic and inventive. For $15, you get $30 worth of creative, contemporary fare at River Moon Cafe, a charming bistro located just a few blocks from busy Butler Street.
After a night of romantic walks along the beach, Priory Fine Pastries was conceived as a way to dust a historic district with the sugar of life. Grown out of love for the community and passion for pie, the six-year-old bakery assembles an elite squadron of pastry chefs and lifelong dough punchers to whip up sweet, homemade treats by the baker's dozen. Locals can grab a tasty cup of joe, hot loaf of bread, or succulent sweet-tooth pleaser amidst a welcoming atmosphere.