Without coffee, drowsy studiers would have to rely on energy drinks and nightmares about showing up to class wearing nothing but coffee-filter underwear to keep them awake. Re-energize sans night terrors with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of coffee, smoothies, desserts, and more at CoffeeTime Café in Commerce Township.
CoffeeTime Café's gourmand java junkies flood mouth caverns with a deluge of specialty desserts, espresso, and fair-trade organic coffee from confectionary tycoons such as Ghirardelli and Lavazza. Fuel marathon study sessions and filibusters with invigorating Italian-born espresso ($1.49+) or the house coffee ($1.39+). A pillowy brownie sits under the slopes of Michigan-churned Ray's ice cream, which hosts avalanches of chocolate syrup in the brownie sundae ($5.49); the s'more latte's marshmallow islands float in a pond of steamed milk and whipped cream ($3.69+). Diners can apologize to taste buds for using their tongues to open doors by enjoying the fresh fruit in the pomegranate-and-blueberry smoothie ($3.69+) or induging in a vanilla freeze, a cool conglomeration of creamy flavors ($3.69+). More than 16 tea medleys accompany their coffee counterparts.
Coffee Time Cafe’s plush sofas, milky walls and plasma TV welcome loungers discussing plans for a company-wide competitive solitaire team. Chat with fellow mocha enthusiasts amid fresh breezes outdoors, or surf waves of knowledge on the eatery's free WiFi.
Coffee Time Cafe
At CoffeeTime Café, the air fills with the rich, earthy scent of organic fair-trade coffee beans and the satisfying buzz of espresso machines as baristas whip up frothy tops to cappuccinos and lattes. They build drinks and shakes with Lavazza espresso, chilled fruits, or rich chocolates amid dark varnished-wood accents, plasma screen TVs, and plump, leather couches. The shop's free WiFi enables students to study while live musicians strum acoustic guitars and sing musical versions of their upcoming Scantron answers.