Opening a closet at a restaurant typically means finding a mop bucket, but opening A Dash of Panache’s vanity closet means entering a costume wonderland. Stocked with jewelry, boas, and pastel-hued sunglasses, the lilac-walled closet brims with costumes clients can don for tea in the French-deco tea room, named “Best Tea House” by the A-List—among many accolades. The eatery serves more than 50 flavors of tea to tables draped in black tablecloths and white doilies, complementing their brews with petite sandwiches, scones and pastries on crystal plates. The 1920’s-era building also houses a family café, where visitors can nosh on sandwiches, salads and soups, and ice cream, rather than the typical family meal—the contents of a minivan glovebox. Beyond the family cafe, the back of the building has been converted into a party room, ideal for themed kid’s birthday parties.
Established in 2006. This store carries over a hundred different types of refreshing hot and cold flavored drinks ranging from milk teas, snow, slush, flavored milk teas, flavored teas, yogurt smoothies and much more. We have over 30 snacks/food dishes.
Using free trade, organic coffee, the baristas at the drive through Hot Java Café create piping-hot and refreshingly cold iced drinks. Along with the standard mochas and cappuccinos, the drink menu also includes specialties such as the Nutty Irishman, a latte with hazelnut and Irish cream, plus peanut butter blended iced coffees. Hot chocolate, strawberry milk, and Italian sodas take care of the kids, and depending on the season, guests can also enjoy eggnog lattes, apple ciders, or multiple Santas standing in line.
We are a destination spot for coffee lovers and bicycles enthusiasts. It's unique place to come and hang out, lounge on our front deck, meet up with fellow cyclists for a nice cup of coffee, and get a minor tune-up if needed. We carry our famous Trailhead Trailbars and have fresh pastries daily. Come check it out.
At Root of Happiness, named for the relaxing properties of the kava root, visitors unwind while sipping kava brew from petite bowls that resemble coconut shells. Baristas also fill shot glasses with potent, concentrated kava that they flavor with cane-sugar syrup, prepare pour-over coffee, and steep exotic teas. Polynesian artwork and hand-carved wooden sculptures lend the cafe the relaxed ambience of an island tiki bar.
Pachamama’s Organic Cafe serves an all-organic vegetarian menu including vegan and raw options. Transform a Plain Jane breakfast bread into a deluxe, brunch-worthy bundle of nutrients and one of Pachamama's seven-grain waffles with organic maple syrup ($3.50). Aspiring wrappers find inspiration and satiation with the vegan-friendly Bhutanese Beauty, a bewitching blend of curry vegenaise, rice, tofu, almonds, craisins, mixed greens, and balsamic vinaigrette served in a sundried tomato or spinach tortilla ($4.50 half, $7.50 whole). Pachamama's salad options offer large, appetite-crushing salads, as well, such as the large Da Vinci with spinach, sweet peppers, tomato, carrots, almonds, parmesan, and balsamic vinaigrette ($7.50). For specialty desserts, try one of the raw organic food bars ($2). Their extensive drink menu provides a range of all-natural fruit and vegetable smoothies, organic fair-traded coffee, and tea, all suitable for quenching both thirst and trouser fires.