A fourth-generation California grocer, Martin Goodwin has focused his new store on supplying fresh fruits and vegetables and preparing meals free of the chemicals, sugars, and fats rampant in processed foods. Inside the store, shoppers can explore grocery aisles or check the deli counter for organic salads, sandwiches, pizza, sushi, or soups. A juice bar serves up cool, healthy drinks, as well as Goodwin's own line of locally roasted Vitalita coffee. Baristas make each cup with a rare Clover machine, an $11,000 device that the New York Times called “standard equipment at some of the country’s most progressive cafes.”
With healthy, fast fare and drink in hand, guests can slide into one of Goodwin's lounge seats and plug in electronics at nearby outlets, which let students focus on their work rather than spurring on the hamster jogging inside their laptop’s charging wheel.
Those who swing by Fresh Mini Mart can walk out with handfuls of candy, snacks, and energy drinks like Red Bull. Frosty Coca-Colas stand ready to claim from the fridge, and Starbucks coffee helps wake up those who were up all night after drinking too much Starbucks coffee.
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Named 2009 Micro Roaster of the Year by Roast Magazine, Klatch Coffee's casual coffeterias celebrate some of the world's highest quality coffee, carefully sourced to international farmers under direct trade ethics. Roasted in small batches for maximum freshness and minimum inter-bean squabbling, Klatch's java pleases patrons with a drip coffee of the day ($1.95–$2.20), as well as designer drinks such as the Mexican mocha ($3.40–$4.30), infused with spicy Ibarra chocolate. Discerning slurpers can also sate barking bellies with a hammy, cheesy eggel sandwich ($3.99) from the breakfast menu, or train teeth on heartier lunch fare such as a cranberry walnut salad ($3.75) or turkey pesto panini ($5.95).
Nearly 15 years ago, Lollicup Coffee & Tea founder Alan Yu helped introduce America to a drink popular in his native Taiwan: boba milk tea (a.k.a. bubble tea), named for the chewy tapioca balls known as boba that hang suspended in the beverage. These gummy treats make the drink something of a snack, too?people slurp them up using oversize straws, chewing them between sips or collecting them in their cheek pouches.
Lollicup's specialty is milk tea flavored with almond, jasmine, coconut, or other infusions, but boba can also be added to most of Lollicup's other colorful drinks, from grapefruit green tea to watermelon juice and signature soy pudding. There's food, too: shareable morsels of fried meats and veggies, or rice plates if a well-rounded meal is in order. Thanks to word of mouth and a spot on the Food Network's Unwrapped, Lollicup has expanded to dozens of locations across the country and has outposts opening soon in Europe and the Middle East.
At Hidden House Coffee, the beans are fresh and the roasts are bold.
The weekends are for going out for amazing combinations. Save the salad for the weekday and come grab a meal at Hidden House Coffee.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Hidden House Coffee won't cost you a sitter.
Surround yourself with the wonderful weather at your next night out at Hidden House Coffee.
Complimentary wifi is available as well.
Gather up your group of friends and head to Hidden House Coffee, a local restaurant that has room for large groups.
Keep it casual at Hidden House Coffee — the coffee shop is laid-back and patrons dress accordingly.
If time is of the essence, Hidden House Coffee's take-out option may be a better fit.
Hidden House Coffee will even bring the amazing food from their kitchen to yours.
Whether you are looking for street or lot parking, Hidden House Coffee is close to both.
You'll find your bill at Hidden House Coffee to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15.