Cafe Deals in Atlanta
Locally sourced food, like WiFi, can either be found at a café or stolen from the neighbors. Avoid bandwidth banditry with this Groupon. Choose from Five Options $10 for $20 worth of lunch, valid Monday and Wednesday–Sunday and for Sunday brunch $29 for dinner for two, valid Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday (up to a $69 value) One starter Two cups of soup Two salads Two entrees $55 for dinner for four, valid Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday (up to a $138 value) Two starters Four cups of soup Four salads Four entrees $32 for the above dinner for two, valid Friday ...
Discover your inner superhero with this offer: Pay $7 ($15 value) for one children's entry or $15 ($25 value) for one adult entry to the SuperCon Fun Run on Saturday, June 1. In addition to a spot at the race, you'll also receive an official SuperCon T-shirt. Dress as your favorite superhero -- or as a caped crusader of your own creation -- and meet at Piedmont Park at 11 a.m. for this non-competitive, family-friendly 5K. Run, walk, or fly your way though the course, then stick around to get down with other participants at the Super Jam Fest, a neighborhood block party featuring live music, food, and drink specials from local spots like the Nook, Hobnob, and Gilbert's Cafe. Proceeds from the event go to support the Ben Cohen Stand Up Foundation, an organization that helps kids stand up to bullying. Helping this cause makes you a real hero.
Like love-struck school kids biking past our true love's house over and over, we've been oh-so-casually cruising back and forth past 798 Ponce for months now. Any day now, we thought while conspicuously angling for a glance inside, and Old Fourth Ward would get their very own taste of that delicious, downright addictive bubble tea. Well, adventurous sirs and madames, it's time to bust out the bubbly, 'cause we have some sweet news: intowners now have a bubble tea joint to call their own, no Buford Highway trekking required. If you weren't hanging out in Taiwan circa '88, you might be asking yourself: self, what is this bubble tea of which they speak? The long and short: a sweet, creamy, tea-based elixir containing floating tapioca pearls, which make for a delightfully curious sipping (and chewing) experience through those comically oversized straws. Since becoming a Huge Thing in the '80s and spreading westward to the US shortly thereafter, boba cafes (and their devout followers) have sprung up left and right in big cities. This, though, ain't just any ol' boba cafe, folks. Honey Bubble keeps it real with legit fresh milk (organic soy, too), teas brewed fresh each day, and good ingredients—a rarity among bubble tea shops, who often turn to artificial flavor concentrates and astronaut-worthy powdered milk instead. Here, they're mixing up the standby flavors like taro, lychee, lavender and honeydew, but also offering a few options more reminiscent of Western desserts—salted caramel, for example. Factor in the colorful macarons from Alon's and the sweet treats from Highland Bakery, and you've got all the fixins for one heck of a sweet tea party. And if you haven't yet acquired an affinity for tapioca, Honey Bubble has puh-lenty of other beverages to keep you busy: flakey ice slushies, fine loose teas, a rotating fair-trade coffee and a few unique options (see: the Brooklyn egg cream, a chocolate drink that involves neither eggs nor cream but is quite tasty). Add to that the chilled-out, lounge-y atmosphere, plentiful wi-fi, and—wait for it—ample free parking, and we're about ready to unofficially declare Honey Bubble our second office. (We get dibs on the big couch underneath the Bruce Lee movies.) Menu Highlights: Milk Bubble Tea, $ 4 (Medium) - $5 (Large) Snowcap Slushies, $ 4 (Medium) - $5 (Large) Brooklyn Egg Cream, $4 Bustelo Espresso Coffee, $3 Organic Fair-Trade Coffee, $3.50 (Medium) - $4.25 Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sun., 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 redemption per visit • Reservations required two weeks in advance and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 72 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Distance restrictions apply; service area includes 15-mile radius of 30305 • In-home meal: excludes cost of food • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Traveling within 15 miles of Atlanta zip code 30305 to prepare or deliver meals, chef Michele K. Tompkins can delight your dinner guests with this deal: • $99 ($200 value) for a four-course meal for two people • $260 ($550 value) for a Sports Foodie Package for up to 48 people • $280 ($560 value) for an in-home chef-prepared dinner for eight people The four-course meal includes your choice of printed menu, groceries, and shopping and clean-up services. Choose to enjoy shrimp and grits entrées with deviled eggs, coffee-flavored granita, and more; or opt for a lamb entrée with a salad of grilled asparagus and shiitake mushrooms, plus lemon curd and more. The Sports Foodie Package includes buffalo chicken meatballs; lemon pepper, tequila lime, and spicy cola-glazed wings; mini crab cakes; and spinach, chicken, and chorizo queso served with flour tortillas. The dinner for eight features props, sparkling wine, vodka shots, and beer and wine pairing suggestions. Just pay for groceries, and this chef will prepare a five-course themed menu. urban foodie cafe's Website | Facebook
Farm to Fork If you're looking for a mile-long menu where food is sourced from all over the planet and soul-less meals are preordained, look ... further. Nestled in a 1930s bungalow, Sweet Potato Cafe harkens back to a simpler agricultural era, where recipes were inspired by that season's harvest and chefs worked hand in hand with farmers. Sweet Potato's farm-to-table products include locally grown fruits, vegetables, cage-free eggs, herbs, cheese, grass-fed beef and lamb, pasture-raised chicken, and pork, all raised without hormones or antibiotics. Enjoy southern hospitality, live jazz, and their homey kitchen. It's like being back in grandmama's kitchen, but yummier, healthier, and with no dish duty. Must Trys Fried Green Tomatoes These perfectly fried vegetables are served with black eyed pea relish and sweet pepper compote SPC: Fresh baked sweet potato loaded with sauteed arugula and caramelized onions Chicken breast stuffed with apples and dried cranberries This delicious entree is paired with a saffron-mushroom risotto and a season vegetable
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