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Reviewed December 23, 2012
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What You'll Get
Grinding coffee beans is the most effective way to reap their energizing benefits in the morning, second only to having a roommate use a BB gun to fire them into your sleeping mouth. Enjoy a painless pick-me-up with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get a $20 swipe card good for coffee, tea, and baked goods at Coffee Cat and both of Cafe Zoma's locations, in Santa Barbara and Goleta.
Coffee Cat and Cafe Zoma satisfy caffeine cravings with a wide selection of freshly roasted fair-trade coffee drinks, and silence grumbling tummies with homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and crêpes. Perk up after an exhausting night of sleepskating with a foamy cappuccino ($3.50) or classic house brew ($1.90). Taste buds can nestle up to one of Coffee Cat’s specialty espresso drinks, such as the chocolate-raspberry mocha ($4.55) or honey-hazelnut latte ($4.20), served hot or iced, or the tantalizing selection of premium loose-leaf teas. Break up sipping, slurping, and gargling regimens with a morning-glory muffin—a freshly baked confection of coconut, carrot, cranberries, and walnuts—a slice of vegan zucchini bread, or a cherry-lemon scone. Homemade fluffy crêpes at the Coffee Cat location serve as a snuggly sleeping bag for sweet and savory concoctions, such as smoked ham, egg, and cheese ($6.95) or banana and Nutella ($6.75).
Coffee Cat and Cafe Zoma’s friendly and experienced coffee connoisseurs gladly handcraft beverages to your personal preference, blending the perfect amount of espresso, milk, sugar, and Einsteinium. Sip in style within the relaxing cafés, which showcase masterpieces from local artists, emanate aural vibrations from noteworthy tunes, emit free WiFi wavelengths, and boast ample indoor and outdoor seating.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.