Cafes in Goleta

One, Two, or Four Mediterranean Entree Plates at Hummus Bar Express (52%` Off)

Hummus Bar Express

Downtown Santa Monica

Mediterranean-style plates, such as grilled chicken breast and shawarma, pair with tahini and sides that include rice and salad

$14.50 $7

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One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Breakfast and Lunch Cuisine at Cafe Valentino

Cafe Valentino

Burbank

Café creates breakfast and lunch food such as ham and cheese croissants, french toast, cobb salads, white pizzas, and chicken avocado wraps

$20 $12

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$15 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Lunch from Vee's Cafe - On the Run ($30 Total Value)

Vee's Cafe - On the Run

Boyle Heights

Organic salads, as well as wraps, sandwiches, and paninis with chicken, turkey, and tuna

$15 $7.50

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Afternoon Tea and Tasting for Two or Four at Chado Tea Room (Up to 52% Off)

Chado Tea Room

Multiple Locations

Afternoon tea tasting includes scones and sandwiches

$62 $31

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$18 for Baked Goods and Cafe Fare at Schwartz Bakery and Circa-NY Restaurant ($30 Value)

Schwartz Bakery and Circa-NY Restaurant

Los Angeles

Kosher cafe and bakery makes sandwiches including egg salad and baked goods including challah, cupcakes, danishes, and pies

$30 $18

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Healthy American Fare for Dine-In or Takeout at Skynny Kitchen (Up to 50% Off). Five Options Available.

Skynny Kitchen

Los Angeles

Guests can indulge in the likes of breakfast sandwiches and bison burgers without guilt, as every healthy meal is 500 calories or less

$22 $11

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Coffee, Smoothies, Ice Cream, and Shakes at Coffee Land (52% Off). Two Options Available.

Coffee Land

North Hollywood

A full selection of ice cream, shakes, smoothies, and specialty espresso

$25 $12

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$2 for $4 Worth of Coffee — Cafe Del Sol

Cafe Del Sol

Lancaster

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$4 $2

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7127 Hollister Ave
Goleta,
CA
US

From the street, Valley Grind's appearance hearkens back to the Wild West, its double doors and long, covered porch reminiscent of an old general store. Inside, paneled pine walls surround large wooden tables and an overstuffed leather sofa, and the sound of an espresso machine whirrs as baristas plunge the steam wand into a pitcher of milk. Foamy cappuccinos and flavored lattes only begin the menu, however. The team also blends fresh fruit into smoothies and layers bagels with cream cheese, veggies, and meats. In Valley Grind’s adjoining shop, patrons can pick up cute gifts such as candies, cards, hand towels, and other towels that only work on forearms.

3558 Sagunto St
Santa Ynez,
CA
US

As a significant stop on the Urban Wine Trail, Margerum and Au Bon Climat curate an experienced team of vintners who bring the best of their vineyard-grown gems to downtown Santa Barbara. Glass tippers can traverse the neighboring spaces of the Au Bon Climat and Margerum tasting rooms in whatever order they wish, guiding palates through a tasting tour that includes one full flight of wine from each winery. Flatbread and cheese plates from the nearby Wine Cask Restaurant provide ideal escorts for lonely glasses of handmade vino. In each room, guests savor the complex tastes of a flight of a rare or limited-edition vintage, from classic Burgundian-style beverages to estate-grown nebbiolo, teroldego, and petit verdot.

813 Anacapa Street
Santa Barbara,
CA
US

Twin Cups, a healthy-snack kiosk adjacent to the freeway, serves as a roadside oasis for patrons to grab quick, locally sourced treats using convenient drive-thru ordering. After noshers order from the menu at the kiosk and pull up to the curb, friendly staffers custom make nonfat, gluten-free fro-yo and brew cappuccinos to deliver to waiting cars or covered wagons. Order a plain frozen yogurt ($2.65+) or add a touch of sweetness with a choice of two blend-ins, such as raspberry, pineapple, and chocolate ($3.75 with blends). Infuse mornings with a hand-holding beach walk of tropical smoothie ($5.25) swirled with fresh orange juice, yogurt, and blends of pineapple, coconut, and mango. Drivers can also refuel stomach tanks with a medium americano ($2.35), cappuccino ($3.30), or house coffee ($1.85) and freshly baked cookies ($2).

5329 Calle Real
Santa Barbara,
CA
US

Coffee Cat and Cafe Zoma satisfy caffeine cravings with a wide selection of freshly roasted fair-trade coffee drinks, and silence grumbling tummies with homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and crêpes. Perk up after an exhausting night of sleepskating with a foamy cappuccino ($3.50) or classic house brew ($1.90). Taste buds can nestle up to one of Coffee Cat’s specialty espresso drinks, such as the chocolate-raspberry mocha ($4.55) or honey-hazelnut latte ($4.20), served hot or iced, or the tantalizing selection of premium loose-leaf teas. Break up sipping, slurping, and gargling regimens with a morning-glory muffin—a freshly baked confection of coconut, carrot, cranberries, and walnuts—a slice of vegan zucchini bread, or a cherry-lemon scone. Homemade fluffy crêpes at the Coffee Cat location serve as a snuggly sleeping bag for sweet and savory concoctions, such as smoked ham, egg, and cheese ($6.95) or banana and Nutella ($6.75).

1201 Anacapa St
Santa Barbara,
CA
US

The brewing baristas at Santa Barbara Roasting Company freshly prepare more than 40 different blends and single origin coffees, which warmly woo palates from a café menu of espressos, blends, and teas. Standard espressos ($1.90–$2.65) eschew pomp and frills for straightforward bean-roasted flavors, whereas a caramel latte ($3.50–$4.50) intermingles saccharine delights like prom at a gingerbread high school. Steaming café staples including yerba matte ($2.15–$3.15) and roco cocoa ($2.85–$3.45) offer both warm and iced versions to match any weather. Mocha ice blended drinks ($4.05–$4.95) deliver cold bursts of energy, perfect for warm weather sipping or sharing with a pet snowman.

321 Motor Way
Santa Barbara,
CA
US