Cafes in Kenmore

$11 for $20 Worth of Coffee and Food at Highmark Espresso

Highmark Espresso

Snohomish

$4 $2.20

Pick up a cup of joe and some food at a drive-through only espresso shop operated by baristas who are skilled at making custom beverages

$11 for 4 Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Café Fare at Snohomish Fitness Center ($20 Total Value)

Snohomish Fitness Center

Snohomish

$5 $2.75

Fitness center's café whips up healthy salads, wraps, and deli-style sandwiches, as well as fruit smoothies and coffee drinks

One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Coffee and Cafe Food at Electric Boat Cafe (Up to 50% Off)

Electric Boat Cafe

Seattle

$10 $6

Aromatic coffees and espressos paired with classic cafe eats in a relaxed setting with stunning views of Lake Union

Globally Inspired Lunches for Two or Four at On Safari Foods (Up to 50% Off)

On Safari Foods

Seattle

$20 $11

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Sandwiches and wraps include Cuban beef with citrus marinated flank steak and cilantro, and a caprese sandwich with chiffonade of basil

$6 for $10 Worth of Coffee — Side Coffee

Side Coffee

Silverdale

$10 $6

A European-style coffee shop brewing Italian, Turkish, French, and Java roasted coffee in the Kitsap Mall.

Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Coffee and Treats at Cutters Point Coffee (Up to 50% Off)

Cutters Point Coffee

North Central Tacoma

$10 $5.50

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Handcrafted coffee paired with delicious pastries in coffee house that prides itself on hospitality and attentive service

C$16 for C$30 Worth of Dinner at Cecelia Creek Eatery

Cecelia Creek Eatery

Victoria

C$30 C$16

(5)

Enjoy dinner fare featuring a range of unique poutine options

Select Local Merchants

Owner and baker Chandell Witham knows real passion for baked goods. To put herself through culinary school, the single mother of three had to work long hours as a bartender in a disappointingly donut-free environment. Her perseverance paid off and today Chandell spends plenty of time with her children and her brainchild, Fritters N Jitters, where she mans the kitchens and whips up tasty donuts. Every morning, she bakes off fresh batches of comforting plain donuts. As patrons order, the innovative baker then outfits each ringed pastry with customizable frostings and toppings to fashion quirky confections her guests can marvel at alongside a steaming cup of coffee or fresh-squeezed donut juice. Frosting choices include classic flavors and wild variations such as mint or crunch peanut butter, and can be accented with a choice of sprinkles, candy pieces, or salty portions of pretzels or crispy bacon.

10610 Woodinville Dr
Bothell,
WA
US

There's something for everyone at The Den Coffee House & Cafe, from the drip coffee connoisseur to the gluten-free pastry lover. Hot and cold drinks are prepared with care by the Caffe D'Arte-certified baristas, and guests can pick up whole-bean coffees or loose-leaf teas for home brewing and drinking. Pastries and other sweets are baked fresh daily, including banana bread, gluten-free brownies, and signature cookies. The Coffee House also hosts several different types of alternative milks including coconut and almond. Live music on the weekends provides a lively atmosphere without the help of caffeine or by switching out sugar for smelling salt.

10415 Beardslee Blvd
Bothell,
WA
US

The founders of Salud Whisky & Wine Bar have turned their passion for spirits into a massive collection?one that includes more than 125 wines and 150 whiskies. The bar's inventory features products from around the globe, but focuses primarily on wines and whiskies that have been crafted or grown in Washington. Visitors can dip into both selections on a daily basis, all while soaking up recommendations from Salud's wine- and whisky-wise staff. They can also try out the bar's own barrel-aged cocktails: pre-mixed drinks that have gone through the same aging process as other distilled spirits in order to alter their character and flavor.

1912 201st Place Southeast
Bothell,
WA
US

The story of Brown's Coffee Café begins in Europe during World War II, where the wartime experiences of Virgil Brown, owner Neal Brown's father, motivated him to seek a peaceful, provincial life. In the 1960s, Virgil moved the family to the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia in search of this tranquil existence. But although the Brown clan found life on their 400-acre dairy farm fulfilling, the hard economic realities of dairy farming drove the family back to urban living.

Years later, when happenstance flung Neal into the world of coffee, his days on the farm filled him with sympathy for coffee farmers who harvested beans for menial wages, out of sight and out of mind for the coffee drinkers abroad enjoying the fruits of their labors. Neal therefore resolved that his shop would use only fair-trade beans that were free of chemicals and pesticides and capable of providing an honest wage to hard-working farmers. Eventually, like a popcorn kernel under an interrogation lamp, the café expanded, and it now includes a menu of chorizo burritos, cuban pulled-pork sandwiches, and other fare that represents the traditions of numerous nations, just as Neal's story does.

1502 NE 179th St
Shoreline,
WA
US

Gertrude Popp founded Poppinjay's Cafe more than 20 years ago, eventually recruiting her son and daughter to help oversee the expanding enterprise. Today, chefs at six locations across Bellevue and Kirkland craft creative breakfast and lunch items, mixing pastries from scratch and toasting fresh sandwiches piled with deli meats alongside ample vegetarian fare and healthy smoothies. They also load catering trays with enough snacks, full meals, and desserts to quell the hunger of dozens of revelers or one visiting mastodon.

Poppinjay's Cafe regularly supports its local community by making frequent donations to charities and organizations and hosting monthly meetings for All Women Empowered, an association dedicated to bettering the lives of women and children across the globe.

10230 NE Points Dr.
Kirkland,
WA
US

Heels click on concrete underfoot and stainless steel reflects nearby lamps in hazy halos. With its industrial design materials, muted color palate, and low lighting, Urban Coffee Lounge evokes a city at night—albeit a city populated by pastries and overcast with clouds of espresso steam. Beans from Stumptown Coffee Roasters populate espresso shots and lattes, which the café's expert baristas crown with foam swirled into popular shapes including leaves, hearts, and silhouettes of Lyndon Johnson. Pastries from more than 10 Puget Sound artisan bakeries—including Mighty-O Organic Donuts and Finales Gourmet Desserts—fill glass display cases with bagels, scones, and macaroons in flavors such as salted caramel and dark-chocolate raspberry. Urban Coffee Lounge tempers the zing of its coffee with mellow pints of La Fin Du Monde and Scuttlebutt amber ale and wines from 14 Hands Winery and Lo Tengo. Plush leather couches and complimentary WiFi invite guests to stay as they please, and a small stage hosts local bands for evening music performances.

9744 NE 119th Way
Kirkland,
WA
US