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 Between Two Options
$5 for $10 worth of café fare and beverages during breakfast and lunch.
$10 for $20 worth of café fare and beverages during dinner, which starts at 5 p.m.
The menu features tuscan-chicken panini with sundried tomatoes, baby spinach, and pesto mayonnaise ($6.99), a BLT sandwich with basil cream cheese ($5.99), and a breakfast croissant with eggs, cheese and a choice of meat ($3.99). Sandwiches pair with a selection of specialty beverages, such as frozen-coffee blenders ($3.79–$4.29), fruit smoothies ($3.99–$4.49), and a Sgt Pepper mocha with crushed red peppers and whipped cream ($3.99–$4.79).
[[m:####The Lighthouse Coffee Bar
The Lighthouse Coffee Bar blurs the boundaries between an art gallery and a coffee shop. The dynamic interior—characterized by exposed rafters and weathered brick walls—visually echoes Andy Warhol’s factory, and a weekly schedule of art, poetry, and music performances attract a slew of local artists; but the ambiance is rivaled by the diverse menu of paninsi, salads, and whimsical drink creations. Baristas brew coffee drinks using beans from the local Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters and international fair-trade growers. Signature specialty drinks, such as The Sinatra—swirling with white-chocolate sauce, amaretto syrup, espresso, whipped cream, and an unshakeable self-confidence—share menu space with a variety of real-fruit smoothies and iced offerings.
Out on the wooden tabletops that speckle the café, guests tuck into plates of specialty sandwiches and baked goods while feeding their laptops with WiFi. The cafe hosts live music every Friday and Saturday night, along with occasional open-mic nights where audio techs come in and dissect mics to demonstrate their inner workings.:m]]