What You'll Get
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Caffeinated Internet and wireless coffee are the staples of today, and today's Groupon is the Swingline stapler. Get $20 worth of drinks with Internet access for $10 at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse. Embrace Hotwire's specialty brews with hand-spun WiFi that makes you feel at home and simultaneously soundly stuck in the World Wide Web.
Voted Best Coffeehouse in West Seattle in 2008, Hotwire Online Coffeehouse is a cozy shop that was built in 1910 during the Western Seattle typewriter and Pepsi syrup craze. (Hotwire's building was once the carriage house for the Seattle Lighting Company.) Times have changed, but Hotwire's dedication to serving up tasty cups hasn't. Hand-selected, hand-roasted, and hand-poured coffees with organic milk, comfy seating, and capable computers make coffeehouse relaxing as relaxing as a househome or bungalow brewrelax. Fill your mug with internationally harvested coffee from Africa, the Americas, or Indonesia. Options include Mexican Chiapas beans, Sumatran Mandheling blend, and Ethiopian Sidamo.
Once you've staved off mental enervation with a steaming helping of joe, take out your Internet joe for free WiFi. Or log on to one of Hotwire's computers. One drink gets you fifteen minutes of Internet use and full access to Microsoft Office and a printer. Hotwire also has ample nearby street parking.
- This is the most amazing coffeehouse I've visited. Move over all the snob coffee shops, this one has heart and soul. The coffee was the best in Seattle… – CoffeeLover1000, Citysearch
- Baristas are cool and friendly, they remember regulars and I'm starting to become one. – Judy L., Yelp
- The baristas are always nice and I love the art on the walls. They are also dog friendly. – Lauren K., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.