Without coffee, society would literally crumble under the weight of unsound buildings designed by narcoleptic architects, or narchitects. Set the cornerstone of your day with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for a punch-card for five specialty coffee drinks (up to a $24 value)
- $12 for a Saturday night spaghetti dinner for two with drinks and desserts (up to a $32.08 value)
Specialty drinks (up to a $4.80 value each) include café mocha coolers, fruit smoothies, and iced lattes. During the spaghetti dinner, diners can top their pasta with marinara, meat sauce, or meatballs, served with a garlic bread and side salad. Finish meals with two specialty desserts (up to a $4.25 value each), and two specialty drinks (up to a $4.80 value each).
Just above the gelato-and-coffee counter in Paula’s Eatery hovers what looks to be an enormous wire bird’s nest. The hyper-modern chandelier kind of sums up the whole feel of the café: disarmingly stylish, but comfortable and family-friendly.
The tone is fitting for a shop that has made a name for itself based on its unorthodox take on comfort food. The bakery whips up plates of homespun classics with a gourmet twist. The banana bread is roasted, zucchini cake is made with Tuscan olive oil, and the improbably enormous Rice Crispy treats are shot through with marshmallow chunks. Their signature Belgian waffles get a similar upgrade, served with pure maple syrup or the shop’s homemade gelato. For midday meals, cooks press fresh paninis, such as the Hawaiian Hula Ham, smothered in provolone, honey cured ham, and zesty pepper spiced apricot relish. At the coffee bar, baristas tamp out a slew of espresso drinks, from classic drip coffees to exotic affogatos—a scoop of gelato drowned in espresso and served with an improvised sea shanty.
66% of 44 customers recommend
“Thanks for a fun place!”
“Great selection of tasty drinks and home-baked goods, as well as yummy gelato.”
“Cutsie place. The night we went, there was live music. The food is satisfying and the atmosphere is that of an old time diner.”