- $12 for $20 worth of food and drinks for two or more people
- See the menus.
Hi Point Coffee
A lot of thought goes into each cup of coffee at Hi Point Coffee and Cafe. The beans come from Wood Fire-Roasted Coffee Co., an award-winning local outfit; the syrups come from gourmet producer Monin; and the chocolate sauces and seasonal syrups are all made in-house. Together, these form the base of creative drinks and old standbys, which pair with the shop's fresh pastries that are baked daily.
For a heartier meal, guests can opt for breakfast platters weighed down with scrambles, omelets, and burritos. Later in the day, lunch takes over with a variety of sandwich specialties that can be paired with soups and salads. Try the roast beef on ciabatta or the tarragon chicken salad sandwich, which arrives on a lightly toasted croissant.