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What You'll Get
Coffee makes people crave baked goods, just as baked goods make people crave justice. Take a bite out of sweet, crumbly crime with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $4.99 for coffee and breakfast for one (up to a $10.25 total value)
- $9.99 for coffee and breakfast for two (up to a $20.50 total value)
- $19.99 for coffee and breakfast for four (up to a $41 total value)
The café menu offers coffee drinks (up to a $4.25 value) such as chai lattes, solo espressos, and mocha lattes. Food options (up to a $6 value) include oatmeal, veggie flatbreads, and muffins.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About MiNi Cafe
Unlike the animals imprinted on cereal boxes, MiNi Cafe’s emblem—a blue elephant with its trunk pointed proudly to the sky—isn’t just a clever marketing ploy. Elephants are known for their remarkable memories, making the noble animal a thoughtful representation for the café’s parent company, Memoria, which means "memory" in Spanish, and its founding ambition—to create positive memories for its members, customers, and community.
Featured on Thrillist for its specialty coffee and tea drinks, Americanized arepas, and jolting line of Epiphany Energy Drinks, which "well, tastes like apples, and has even more caffeine than Red Bull,” there’s no doubting that MiNi Cafe is an unforgettable Dallas go-to. Customers can find a spark of energy in fresh-made drinks such as mango teas, hot chocolates, or lattes, or take a pound of the cafe’s Columbian coffee to go. Similar to paninis, the café's arepas, are patties that can be topped with cheese, or Southwest-style chicken between flatbread made from freshly pressed cornmeal. The food is not the only thing that makes MiNi Cafe stand out from the crowd—the eatery calls itself cashless, meaning customers must pay with their credit, debit, or birthday cards.