Scientists have determined that even the most indigestible substances—be they pineapple, porcupine, or hot pocket—can be safely consumed by humans when in their smooth state. Discover the power of smoothity with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of drinks and desserts at The Drink Station in Pearland.
The Drink Station's all-embracing menu quenches thirst with more than 20,000 possible nourishing gulps, customizing each cupful to fit the dietary needs and daring desires of its straw operator. Kick off the ante meridiem with a medley of black tea, Texas honey, and fresh pineapple juice in the blueberry muffin tea ($3.99/24 oz.), or cool down from a brisk Benny Hill chase around the block by quaffing a refreshing dose of watermelon celery juice ($4.99). The Mint 'n' Dew slushy celebrates the union of peppermint, honeydew melon, pineapple, and organic sugar ($4.99/24 oz.), and the Dark Chocolate Granita sharpens sweet teeth with gourmet coffee, chocolate, organic sugar, and nondairy cream ($3.99/24 oz.). Savory supplements such as fresh fruits, tapioca pearls, and flavor gels let you put your own personal signature on each swig without it tasting like a Sharpie. Cold-blooded connoisseurs, meanwhile, can keep their blood flowing with hot teas such as the Raspberry Sunrise ($3.25/16 oz.) or the sinful white chocolate latte ($3.25/24 oz.).
Customers who haven't short-sightedly traded their teeth for carrots will also find sustenance of the solid variety on The Drink Station's food menu, which embellishes sirloin patties such as the avocado burger with mayo, avocado, tomato, onion, lettuce, and swiss cheese ($5.99). A slice of Fatty Cakes Bakery's pecan pie cheesecake ($3.50) tops off hunger pangs before perusing the local artwork lining The Drink Station's walls or attempting to freestyle the Great American Novel during the bimonthly open-mic night.