What You'll Get
Cafés give lost coffee beans a place to take hot baths, mingle with their peers, and strum their tiny guitars. Experience the coffee house firsthand with today's Groupon to Comfort Zone Cafe in Hamburg and Williamsville. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of breakfast.
- For $8, you get $16 of lunch.
Owner Cynthia Barrett enlists the help of her family in running her friendly, welcoming coffee shops, where full menus of organic, fair-trade Arabica coffee, homemade soups, and all-day breakfast join fresh-made meals. A sprawling collection of drinks floats innovative twists on coffee classics. Breakfast sandwiches and platters come filled with morning favorites, such as a selection of bacon, ham, sausage, or sliced sunshine in the egg-and-cheese bagel sandwich ($3.59), and the vegetarian breakfast scramble filled with a piping-hot medley of egg, peppers, onions and hash browns adorned with melted cheddar and a flaky side of just-woken toast ($3.99).
Every day, a creamy and a broth-based soup are ladled into awaiting bowls, and at least one is vegetarian and one aspires to run away from home to start a band. Soup or salad accompanies every sandwich ($6.99 for a smaller portion; $7.99 for a whole portion). The classic BLT and the turkey-cheddar melt satisfy plates that only host layered foods, and homemade croutons speckle the garden salad ($2.59 for a side portion; $3.99 for entree size), in which a canopy of greens bursts with red tomatoes and cheese. The Hamburg location occasionally hauls out its hosting shirt to welcome live entertainment in the dining room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Comfort Zone Cafe
Ever since Cindy Barrett opened Comfort Zone Cafe in 1997, she and her family have worked tirelessly to meet her vision of what a coffee house should be. From the fair-trade Arabica coffee to the free WiFi, everything is geared to make patrons feel welcome.
In the mornings, cooks prepare sandwiches and toast bagels for breakfast served all day. They then begin grilling paninis and simmering made-from-scratch soups as morning ages into afternoon. Guests can sip café drinks such as the Almond Joy latte or the Emerald Champagne–a medley of pineapple, celery, and fruit juice served over ice.