Village Coffee House sates caffeine cravings and silences grumbling tummies with a wide selection of gourmet java drinks, fresh baked goods, and café fare. Much like when a bumblebee gets trapped in one's ear canal, Village Coffee House’s long list of espresso beverages generate an invigorating buzz that stays all day. Start your day off with a café mocha ($3.39/$3.99), caramel macchiato ($3.58/$4.58), or the featured coffee ($1.89/$2.09), made with a carefully selected blend of coffee beans from around the world. Though both locations serve coffee and pastries, the South Peak location offers eight breakfast combos, including a ham-and-egg omelet ($4.49), biscuits and sausage gravy ($3.99), and a BLT sandwich ($3.49), providing the nourishing sustenance needed to withstand a taxing day of typing, stapling, and capturing the pesky office alligator. Noontime noshers can refuel with a grilled or fried chicken salad ($6.99), bacon cheeseburger ($7.99), or fried bologna sandwich ($5.99). With hardwood and tile floors, warm hues, and a cozy selection of tables, couches, and oversized chairs, Village Coffee House provides a relaxing environment for visitors to sip on espresso and surf the free WiFi.
Lisa's expert framers have been showcasing all manner of memorabilia in creative custom cages for nearly 30 years, and they have the experience to face any framing challenge with a variety of artistic outlines and long-lasting techniques. Immortalize important decisions by framing your humanities degree or showcase your sentimental mementos—such as actual hard copies of your sentiments—in a shadowbox frame. Because every matte-worthy Matisse or frameable Fig Newton is put under glass on-site, you can relax with the knowledge that your keepsakes are kept safe under the watchful gaze of the framers.
From its humble beginnings in Kankakee, Illinois, in 1938, Dairy Queen has grown from a delicious experiment in soft-serve ice cream to a household name with more than 5,900 restaurants around the world. The shop's signature frozen delights are built upon frosty foundations of creamy chocolate or vanilla soft serve, which swirl idyllically into cones, cups, overturned top hats, sundaes, Peanut Buster parfaits, and the chain's iconic Blizzard treats, blended with crumbled candy and other mix-ins. Ice-cream cakes cleverly conceal surprise fillings of fudge and chocolate crunch between layers of vanilla and chocolate ice cream, providing sweet, sliceable sustenance for birthday parties and other special occasions.
The team of culinary connoisseurs at Fig Cafe & Grill quells hunger and thirst with delectable eclectic cuisine and refreshing fruit- and coffee-based beverages. Guests can appease apprehensive appetites with a caprese panini, which is chock-full of fresh mozzarella, tomato, basil, and vowels ($6.69). Or opt for the pesto melt, a chicken breast sandwich topped with tomato, romaine lettuce, pesto spread, and gooey goat cheese ($7.95). Pair any stomach-sating entree with a gullet-gratifying specialty Turkish coffee ($2.49 for a medium) or a smoothie ($3.59) such as mango fusion, strawberry sensation, sour green apple, superfruit antioxidant, or banana strawberry. Though not part of today's deal, Fig Cafe doubles as a hookah lounge, where fruity tobaccos can be smoked through a hollowed-out baseball bat.
Green Bean takes its eco-conscious philosophy seriously, using compostable and corn-based paper products and serving 100% organic and fair-trade coffee and tea. Grab a beany beverage for buzzy satisfaction from the café’s extensive menu of specialty coffee drinks, such as the macchiato, breve, Americano, and café au lait. A host of organic flavored teas will satisfy more serene caffeine cravers, while a bevy of delicious real-fruit smoothies entices those who were raised to believe they could not eat their fruit until finishing their dessert.