George Washington Carver is famous for discovering hundreds of products that could be created from the peanut, including shampoo, paint, and, most important to modern Americans, coffee. Drink in honor of the peanut’s versatility with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of café fare and drinks at one of Boston Coffeehouse's five locations in Waterford Lakes, DeLand, Orange City, and Sanford.
Steeping each of its locations in colonial Boston-style interior design, Boston Coffeehouse serves a modern slew of specialty drinks, deli-fresh fare, and all-day breakfast items. For starters, munch on mango salsa salad, a leafy medley of mango salsa, dried cranberries, almonds, onions, and cucumbers slathered with mandarin ginger dressing ($5.89). Tender rotisserie chicken—served with baby arugula greens, red onions, and sun-dried tomato mayo on a pretzel bun—mollycoddles midday masticators ($6.50), and a french toast breakfast panini eases groggy taste buds awake after a long night or an afternoon nap with fresh egg, cheese, and ham sandwiched between slices of french toast ($3.50). Pair your choice of various Danish pastries, muffins, or croissants ($1.75) with a 12-ounce espresso ($1) or a specialty drink such as the Yankeedoodle, a mocha-based coffee concoction that features caramel, hazelnut, and macaroni feathers ($2.75/12-ounce), or the Nutty Irish Lady, which starts with espresso and expands into a whipped cream-topped comfort drink with flavors of cherry, Irish crème, and hazelnut ($2.75/12-ounce).
Brain-fathered by Boston native Joe Valente, Boston Coffeehouse features free WiFi and an interior décor that harkens to the tottering days of our nation's infancy, when Paul Revere hopped on his talking donkey and rode like the wind in a vain search for free WiFi. Stop in to give your tongue a taste of old New England with today's Groupon to Boston Coffeehouse.
Several local publications have featured Boston Coffeehouse, including the Orlando Sentinel and Daytona News Journal. Yelpers give it an average of 4.5 stars and five Google Mappers give the coffeehouse a four-star average. Boston Coffeehouse has almost 2,000 Facebook fans.
- I frequent here maybe once a week. I love the coffee here. I'd take it over starbucks anyday [sic]. I crave it! The food is really good too but I typically just get coffee. What I like best is that it's a very relaxing environment. – Brett D, Google Maps
- From the moment you walk in you know it's gonna be a little different. Classic Colonial decor with lots of real wood trim, brick walls and hardwood floors. The food is Amazing with many unique selections. – Joe, Google Maps