The best coffee shops nurture conversation with a quality cup of java instead of attaching a fake subpoena to every order receipt. Enjoy anxiety-free, coffee-fueled discourse with today’s Groupon: for $13, you get breakfast or lunch for two at Madexalli Cultural Coffee Bar (up to a $31.28 total value). The meal includes:
- Two 16-ounce coffees, blended frappes, or espresso drinks (up to a $4.65 value each)
- Two sandwiches (up to a $6.99 value each)
- Two fresh fruit cups (a $4 value each)
At Madexalli, the aroma of signature bean blends fills the shop’s bright interior as baristas dish up a menu of café fare to accompany pours. Frozen frappes are available in flavors such as horchata, espresso mocha, and vanilla bean, and cinnamon-dolce lattes romance taste buds like candy handed out by a Spanish bullfighter. Servers load chicken salad atop croissants or stuff it into a trio of sliders, and a fresh cup of fruit, bare or doused in chamoy sauce, accompanies each meal. Pesto-laden hot croissants are layered with ham or turkey before being piled high with spinach and tomatoes, then topped with provolone or monterey jack cheese. Curvy track lights and wrought-iron chandeliers illuminate the shop’s red, orange-yellow, and green walls and spacious wooden bar as patrons settle around café tables or sink into the sofa. The patio also features bluegrass, Latin, and acoustic musicians charming ears and confusing cars steered by echolocation with live music on Monday, Thursday, and Friday nights.
Madexalli Cultural Coffee Bar
Madexalli Cultural Coffee Bar's atmosphere blends the best elements of coffeehouses and local taverns to create a laid-back spot for sipping a cup of coffee over a book or enjoying a beer and live music with friends. The aroma of signature bean blends fills the shop's bright interior as baristas dish up a menu of café fare and freshly baked treats. Cinnamon-dolce lattes romance taste buds like candy handed out by a Spanish bullfighter and bakers dip red velvet Maddie Cakes into a dark chocolate shell.
On Friday nights, karaoke crooners fill the patio with tunes as the crowd downs imported and domestic beers. The patio also features occasional jazz musicians and Spanish guitarists, who charm ears and confuse cars steered by echolocation with live music. Inside, curvy track lights and wrought-iron chandeliers illuminate the shop's red, orange-yellow, and green walls and the spacious wooden bar as patrons settle around café tables or sink into the sofa.