Coffee can cure a number of workplace maladies, including the grumpies, the Mondays, and the crippling lack of career goalsies. Perk up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for $10 worth of café drinks and snacks
- $15 for $30 worth of merchandise, whole bean fresh-roasted coffee by the bag, and brewing equipment and accessories
Choose coffee brewed via siphoning, an Eva Solo maker, or one of many other creative methods ($2–$5 per cup), or sip on signature drinks such as Nutella or pumpkin-pie lattes ($4.50). All-natural fruit smoothies ($3.90/16 oz.), tea, bottled drinks, and hot chocolate are also available.
Coffee beans ($10.90/13 oz. bag) are roasted onsite, and brewing equipment, such as a Chemex ($39) or AeroPress ($29.90) maker or a Bonavia gooseneck kettle ($29), is available for making flavorful cups at home.
Brought up in Germany by parents working with the US military, brothers Jonny, Robbie, and Jeremy Moore trace the foundation of their coffee shop to their travels. From Italy to Thailand, the brothers had the benefit of sampling some of the world’s best coffees, refining their palates and developing their love of the drink in the process. Today, they combine their efforts to source fair-trade beans from far-reaching destinations, bringing them to BonLife for Robbie to roast onsite. Focused on crafting perfect individual cups instead of pouring orders for the masses, BonLife regularly features nine brewing methods and a 10th that rotates monthly. The deft baristas watch Japanese siphoning apparatus percolate over open burners, drip pour-over cups from custom-made stands, and extract espresso from Sofia, a copper-plated espresso machine and not a woman who fiercely guards her coffee. The coffee bar also offers organic granola bars, biscotti, greek yogurt, and 100% fruit smoothies.
“** I DO NOT agree that my name and responses may be published online.** Great local place for coffee/snacks -- we'll be back!”
“I love Bonlife! It's a great cause to support as well.”
“A great place to eat, drink and talk to friends!”