Whether you need help waking up in the morning or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, the coffee at Spot Coffee will do the trick.
Those with gluten sensitivities can still enjoy Spot Coffee — the menu includes a number of gluten-free options.
At Spot Coffee, you can dine with your immediate family and your extended family due to the easy seating for large parties.
Bask in the sun (or moon!) light when you dine on Spot Coffee's outdoor patio.
Spot Coffee offers a free wifi hot spot — perfect for surfing the web or getting a little work done.
Loud music and boisterous crowds keep decibel levels ultra high at this coffee shop.
Dress is typically casual at Spot Coffee, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
For those in a hurry, the coffee shop lets you take your meal or snack to go.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Spot Coffee offers catering.
Garage and street parking are readily available near Spot Coffee.
Cyclists will also appreciate the plentiful space to lock up their bikes outside the coffee shop.
You can fill up on Spot Coffee's delicious fare without spending an arm and a leg — in fact, typical meals there run under $15.
Spot Coffee accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Spot Coffee serves up all three meals.
The Little Theatre brings a roster of reel wonders to Rochester, with a slate of films running the gamut from quirkily mainstream to accessibly indie. Use your ticket for one of the upcoming features appearing on The Little's five screens, such as the Colin Farrell sea-nymph fantasy Ondine or the backwoods nightmare noir Winter's Bone; a slew of other silver-screen selections are sure to satisfy moviegoers from all walks of taste. The Little's 70-seat, jazz-infused café pitches in to delight the less movie-centric senses of taste, spider, and smell, with a specialty coffee such as a macchiato ($2.25) or mocha ($3.50) and the café's daily dessert special included in this deal.
Ron and Rebecca Malek lead the baking staff at Balsam Bagels as it produces upwards of 200-dozen bagels a night, selling and distributing these 2,400 circles of sustenance to local colleges, coffee shops, and delis. Snag 12 bagels for yourself, with flavors such as sesame, wheat, rye, sun-dried tomato, pesto, blueberry, french toast, and salsa jalapeño, bringing the heat like a Nolan Ryan–thrown bagel. Customers can opt for 12 of the same bagels for a Bunyan-sized breakfast, or they can mix and match for a variety of spread-worthy circles. Enjoy your bagels from the privacy of your own hut, or split them with friends in the bakery's outdoor seating section.
The bean blazers at Boulder Coffee Company flame-roast their coffee before brewing signature coffees and espressos. Sink into a comfy couch or float lazily on the aromatic wafts of fresh coffee while sipping on the caramel macchiato, a vanilla latte topped with caramel sauce, or a spiced chai. An artful atmosphere beckons the caffeinated critic with walls lined with paintings and negative space for seeing what's going on outside. Boulder Coffee Company’s open-mic night allows anyone to sign up to deliver comedy or perform espresso spit takes; check the calendar for an idea of upcoming acts.
Just One Bite Cafe & Catering owner Cheryl Green nestles crisp vegetables, tender meat and succulent sauces into hearty breads and delicate tortillas in a cheery, casual atmosphere. A rotating array of sandwich specials includes eggplant-parmesan paninis and the stuffed-pizza-bread sandwich, whose blend of asiago and mozzarella cheeses melts between tender meatballs, spiced pepperoni, and rivulets of piquant tomato sauce. Quintessential comforts collide as pulled pork, grilled mac 'n' cheese, and knitted scarves mingle between two slices of golden toast, and crunchy chips and fizzy soft drinks usher each epicurean bite into grumbling stomachs. Combo meals crown round café tables throughout the casual dining room, whose vibrant yellow and purple walls hoist chalkboards heralding daily specials and which diners have detention.
Michelle's Café's menu boasts a creative assortment of breakfast and lunch favorites for vegetarians and meat lovers alike. For a light morning dish, egg, baby spinach, and swiss cheese hop in a panini carpool ($5.25), and lunchtime treats diners to furled fare such as the veggie wrap ($6.25), flanked by wholesome homemade hummus. The meatier Montage sub (6”, $5.99; 12”, $7.99) throws roast beef and ham into a cinematic training sequence coached by a turkey wearing a stocking cap. Michelle's Café also pours a cascade of assorted drinks, including smoothies ($3.69) and Eight O'Clock mochas and coffee ($2.99), which keep diners from falling asleep while eating.