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What You'll Get
Coffee and baked goods have always gone together, like rock and roll, yin and yang, and bald-eagle hatchlings and William Howard Taft's toupee. Introduce your mouth to a dazzling duet with today's deal: for $5, you get $12 worth of coffee, pastries, lunch, and more at Ambrosia Bella Exclusive Gourmet, Angola's new caffeinated outpost of discerning devouring.
Start the morning explosively with a depth charge of specialty coffee, such as a macchiato ($1.50–$2.50) or espresso ($1–$2). Pair brewed sips with a pastry to create a knockout combination, such as a Cuban espresso ($1–$2) with a white-chocolate cherry scone ($1.50). Sleepers can arrive fashionably late for a gourmet lunch with a Cuban sandwich (ham, turkey, pickles, provolone, and pressed Italian bread, $7), a tri-colored, triple-flavored rainbow of delicious bicerin ($1.75–$2.75), and a lusciously fresh red-velvet cupcake ($2), which is baked in-house like all Ambrosia Bella's sweet treats and breakfast pastries ($2). For an afternoon splurge, have a panna cotta or piece of peach blackberry cobbler ($3.50 apiece) with an Italian Soda ($2), or warm up in the coming autumn with a steaming mocha ($2.75–$3.75). Ambrosia Bella's coffee creations and delectably oven-baked desserts will transport your tongue to the European streets of café fame, so don't attempt to talk while enjoying your meal, lest your teeth block its trajectory.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash or credit back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ambrosia Bella
Ambrosia Bella is a cozy escape for those who crave fresh-made desserts, café fare, and rich espresso hidden beneath a cap of foam. Co-owners Miranda Hartwell and Ben Lamson, a former Marine who doubles as Ambrosia's executive chef, take care to keep their restaurant relaxed and slightly whimsical. Drawing on a catering background with the Food Network and charitable catering events for Rosie O'Donnell and FEMA, Miranda and Ben prepare a rustic-hewn menu for breakfast, lunch, and snacks, with refined accents such as champagne vinaigrette and garlic-truffle cream cheese.
After sinking teeth into a few crab-cake sliders, guests can thank Ambrosia Bella for its contributions to the Steuben County Animal Shelter, or solicit Ben to craft a bone-shaped danish to feed the dogs, cats, and tiny humans within all of our hearts.