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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 toupees. Introduce your mouth to a dazzling duet with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of café fare and drinks at CJ's Café in Bronte, located in Oakville.
CJ's is a cozy eatery serving light fare and steaming drinks in an airy interior reminiscent of European sidewalk cafés. The well-honed menu includes breakfast favourites, soup, salad, and sandwiches, as well as classic coffee concoctions, acclaimed hot chocolate, cider, and 22 types of tea. Green-leaning patrons can sip organic lattes while communing with nature on the outdoor patio, while keyboarders can kick back with their laptops and catch a wave of wireless Internet. Patrons can also shop while they sip with a variety of locally produced artwork, jewellery, pottery, and crafts on display for perusing. In addition to the daily delights, CJ's also hosts a live-music brunch every Sunday and a local art show every month. Crucial to a business that peddles piping-hot beverages, CJ's employs a friendly staff with an impeccable sense of balance. A benevolent brewer, CJ's Café in Bronte also supports numerous local charities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. New clients only. Not valid with other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About CJ's Cafe in Bronte
CJ's Cafe in Bronte calls people to gather together. They gather at arts events, such as live music performances, authors' readings, craft-making lessons. They gather to admire the ever-changing art on the walls, made by local artists and lending a whimsical air to the high-ceilinged, cozy space. They gather to break bread, choosing from a menu of healthy sandwiches, salads, and wraps, including options for those who eat vegan or gluten-free. They gather over steaming cups of organic fair-trade espresso, made the old-fashioned way, with a pull-method machine, rather than the more modern method of squeezing beans with a vise.