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- $24 for four Groupons, each good for $10 worth of coffee, pastries, sandwiches, salads, and more at separate visits ($40 value)
- $13 for $20 worth of cafe fare
A lot of people love coffee. But you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who loves it more than Diego Gonzales, who ditched his first career to tour South America, the United States, and Europe and learn about different methods of coffee production. By then an internationally trained barista, Gonzales opened the first Sofá Café in São Paulo. After finding success with three locations there, he opened his first shop in the U.S., bringing to Boston his signature like-home style: painted cabinets, plush couches, and exposed brick.
And just like at home, guests can have their coffee made whichever way they like. Sofá Café's baristas have an Aeropress, a Chemex, a french press, and a Hario V60 on hand. Among the specialty drinks available, there is the Zest (a cup of espresso with a hint of citrus) and the Affogato (a Sofá Café creation). There are plenty of cold drinks, too, including the Cult—iced espresso, milk, Nutella, and Bailey's creamer. And like a rapper's voicemail greeting, the food is totally fresh, with macarons, sticky buns, and croissants all delivered fresh daily.