Big Daddy Bagels' friendly staff mixes, boils, and bakes more than 15 New York–style bagels ($0.85 each) and concocts 17 cream cheese varietals ($2.35–$3.25) daily. The New Yorker piles on plain cream cheese, lox, capers, red onion, and tomato ($6.99), and the Boulderite Wrap houses black bean hummus, avocado, red onion, cucumber, tomato, and sprouts ($6.50) in a culinary inn. Freshly baked muffins ($1.75), cinnamon rolls ($2.25), and jumbo cookies ($1.75) support a cast of custom smoothies ($2.99), packed with a choice of two fruits, a juice, and optional protein powder ($.99). The chronically fatigued can boost brain waves or steam open envelopes at Big Daddy's full espresso bar, which serves an Americano ($1 for 12 oz.), cappuccino, ($2.25 for 12 oz.), and iced mocha ($3.25).
Doc Green's packs its menu with chlorophyllic delights and loads them with fresh ingredients. Machete a path through the dense vegetation of a namesake salad such as the Dr. Caesar ($5.99), or try a fresh-pressed panini on for hand-size, such as the Cuban (turkey, ham, pickle, swiss, and honey mustard, $6.99). However, Heartier healthy eaters and moderately hungry hippos will want to order the crispy chicken-tenders entree with three sides ($10.99, available with two sides for $9.49), which can include mac 'n' cheese, a house salad, and roasted-garlic mashed potatoes. A giant bread bowl of the day's soup selection ($4.69) will keep the chill of autumn away regardless of whether you eat it or bury one's head in it. Otherwise, keep a hand free for catching stray hockey pucks with a wrap such as the Thai chicken wrap ($7.99), with grilled chicken, crispy noodles, romaine, tomatoes, cucumbers, mandarin oranges, almonds, Asian sesame dressing, and your choice of soup, side, or chips.
Brewing organic, fair-trade, and shade-grown beans, Kona Coffee proves its commitment to a well-balanced environment, economy, and suntan. Java jewels are sourced from poverty-stricken areas around the world, but each batch of the house's bean juice is prepared with at least 30% Hawaiian-collected Kona beans to maintain their signature taste. Sip a classic cappuccino ($2.35–$3.15) to start your day on a foamy foot, or enjoy a kona mocha ($3.15–$3.90), mint mocha ($3.15–$3.90), or caramel-apple latte ($3.15–$3.90) for a midday sweet treat. Kona's spicy and refreshing chai frappe ($3.90–$4.45) provides a tasty cool-down alternative to climbing into a freezer on a hot summer day, and fresh-fruit smoothies ($4.75, for protein powder add $0.85) make it easy to reach fruit-that-doesn't-require-teeth quotas. Barista-made beverages range between $2 and $5, and brew-it-yourself beans generally sell for $7 to $8 for half a pound and $12 to $14 for a full pound. Coffee connoisseurs or wannabeans can use this Groupon toward a bag of 100% Kona Fancy beans ($40/lb.).
Today's Groupon gets you $15 worth of bites and beverages at The French Press for $7. This neighborhood caffeination station also serves up made-from-scratch pastries, made-to-order crepes, gourmet soups, and French-speaking strongmen who will bench press customers upon request. LibertyFrance: The ideal of liberty consists of being able to do anything that does not harm others.USA: Liberty is used mostly to wear pajama pants outside.
The sludgy brew and poor periodicals stashed in most auto-repair shops only remind you of all the things you could be doing instead, such as wading in a kiddie pool filled with strawberry jam. Revamp your ride in a work-friendly space with today's Groupon, offering a comprehensive tune-up at Lube and Latte for $30 (an $80 value).