Saxbys Coffee delights taste buds with coffees brewed from small-batch roasted beans. Green coffee beans journey from their country of origin to Saxbys' roasting facility, where the master roaster employs traditional European techniques to carefully roast each small batch of beans, giving them a light, medium, or dark flavor profile.
In-store baristas spice up cups of java with more than 200 flavorings, such as coconut and toasted marshmallow, that imbue brews with an extra kick. Saxbys Coffee is just as meticulous with the environment as it is with its beverages—all of the shop's lids, java jackets, napkins, and cups are 100% recyclable and 100% welcomed by billy goats attempting to curb their tin-can addictions.
Serving fresh and speedy pies across America for more than 50 years, Little Caesars now sates impatient appetites and sauce-starved tongue buds worldwide. Large one-topping Hot-N-Ready pizzas are available to drop-in patrons posthaste, eliminating stress caused by spur-of-the-moment houseguests who insist on sleeping on doughy disks ($5.99; additional toppings $1.50 each), or plumb the savory strata of three-meat pizza ($8.99) or supreme pizza ($9.99) . Little Caesars' Italian cheese or pepperoni bread ($4.99) and Caesar wings with barbecue or buffalo sauce ($5.99) are available for stomachs that have developed crust issues ever since they caught pizza sharing a plate with pre-dressed salad.
Committed to fresh café creations, Jumpstart Java's baristas lovingly craft coffee ($1.50+) espresso ($2.05+), and pastries ($1.25+) for fast-breaking patrons, with espresso artwork gracing the foam surface of select cups. In addition to the bean-brewed beverages, JumpStart also quenches liquid hunger with specialty drinks such as smoothies ($3.50+), tea ($1.50+), and hot-chocolate concoctions ($2.45+) made to order.
Sammy's El Pueblo's culinary team oversees a savory marriage of Mexican delicacies and American classics served in a bright, relaxed atmosphere. After scanning the menu, table denizens can clutch one of 25 juicy burgers—the eatery's core stomach filler—such as the bourbon burger, an aptly christened patty of ground Angus beef slathered in bourbon sauce ($8.99). Nine hot dogs, such as the julienned-corned-beef Reuben dog ($5.99), form the yin to the burgers' yang on the American half of the menu, and can be used like notches to keep track of baseball innings or days left in solitary confinement. Guests can also explore the roster of Mexican fork targets, influenced by family recipes, that include enchiladas, burritos, fajitas, and specialties such as the carnitas dinner ($10.99)—tender roasted pork, fresh pico de gallo, rice, and beans served alongside flour tortillas as soft as a down pillow that overindulges its kids.
Even though they cheekily dub their beverages Fancy Schmancy coffees, the baristas at Heather's Coffee and Caf? are serious about brewing flavorful java. To showcase their four drip styles, they concoct drinks such as the Dirty Chai, a blend of espresso and chai tea, and the Smore's, which mixes espresso and steamed milk with the three ingredients of the classic campfire snack.
The pours complement the cuisine of the caf?'s chefs, who begin every morning by filling tortillas with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and a choice of bacon and ham. By lunchtime, the chefs' focus turns to salads, sandwiches, and pizzas, including the Yummo, a medley of garlic pesto, shredded chicken, and corn-and-black-bean relish. Meals unfold Monday?Friday; on Saturday and Sunday, the caf? closes for private events and baristas-only coffee-ground fights.