What You'll Get
Ever since America lost custody of tea in its messy divorce with England, we've had to find new liquid sources of caffeine and new neighborhood taxmen. Say no to taxation without caffeination with today's deal: for $4, you get $8 worth of gourmet coffee and baked treats at Sister Bean's Coffee House, located on New Cut Road near the Iroquois Amphitheater.
The menu at Sister Bean's Coffee House offers customers a variety of flavorful gourmet coffees, with a rotation of fresh-baked delicacies rolling in daily. Purists can opt for a large portion of fresh-brewed bean juice in its plainest form ($2). However, a small white mocha—concocted from white chocolate, espresso, and steamed milk ($3.30)—is a far better way to subdue a ravaging sweet tooth, especially when paired with a hunk of cake or a tasty pastry. Regular-sized frozen chai lattes irrigate overheated palates ($3.70), and organic sencha, a delicate Japanese green tea (regular $1.85, large $2.25), is a great brew to serve when meeting the environment's ambassador.
While outdoor seating is available for solar-cell-powered clients, Sister Bean's interior is cozily furnished with plush couches and stools, and it features a WiFi bar to harness phosphorescent beams of Internet directly from its source in the center of the Earth. The brew shack uses only high-quality Ohioan roastings from Crimson Cup and offers rushed patrons a convenient drive-thru window for coffee on-the-go when coffee on-the-stop is not an option.
- I tell everyone I know about this place. It is in a great location, the people are extremely friendly and the coffee specials are great. I love the soup specials in the fall/winter, too! A perfect place to sit and chat with friends or just grab and go!! – Jennifer M.
- The atmosphere at the establishment was great. The barista I encountered was extremely nice and assisted me with everything from product selection to finding piano lessons from a poster board in the back of the restaurant. – Jonathan B.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.