What You'll Get
Although not a traditional pair, frozen yogurt and coffee have long been considered antidotes for the blues, the sleepies, and the never-discussed bleepies. Treat yourself to an elixir of yum with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of frozen yogurt, gourmet coffee, and pastries at combo-shop Euro Yogurt and Hard Bean Cafe in Bethlehem.
This modern yogurt shop and cozy coffee house recently merged forces into a single snack-time sweet spot. Euro Yogurt divines healthy original and pomegranate flavors of frozen yogurt that come unadorned ($2.50–$6) or enhanced with a choice of two to three fresh toppings ($3.95–$7.45) such as tropical fruit, coconut, candy, and more. Straw slurpers can sample a tropical or berry fruit smoothie ($3.95) or an orange yogurt blend ($2.95) for sippable salvation from hunger, thirst, and defenestration.
Warm pick-you-ups from Hard Bean Cafe swaddle insides with liquid sweaters in the form of fresh roasted international coffees ($1.59–$2.39), espresso-laden lattes ($2.79–$3.49), and gourmet hot chocolate ($2.99–$4.09). For an edible accompaniment, java selections can be paired with biscotti, gourmet cookies or cheesecake, and they are even more appetizing under the invisible spell of free WiFi.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Euro Yogurt
Lehigh University’s regal shadow spills across Euro Yogurt, where staffers brandish tiny spoons with free samples of the shop’s 100% nonfat yogurt, which is blended from live and active probiotic cultures. The original- and pomegranate-flavored yogurts teem with any number of toppings, from fruits and nuts to gummi bears and M&M's. Paper lanterns glint off the honey-colored wood floor of the modern interior, where retro egg stools set the stage for sips of tropical smoothies and debates about disco’s enduring influence on interior design.