Hope you are having a great winter.
We have lots of news to share with you including food tips and tips of the trade.
This Friday night is our first open Mic night featuring several great local talents and our awesome pizza and salads.
Happy Valentines Day
Offering yummy Valentine’s Day specials and you and your date get a complementary chocolate covered strawberry.
Sunday Brunch specials.
We will be Closed February 17- March 5th
New carpet, paint and a few other fun changes Happening this Month.
Reopening March 6th
Closed February 17-March 5 for remodeling
Closed Wednesdays and Thursdays
Friday Night Pizza Hours 5-8pm with live music
Sunday Brunch 9am-3pm -Live music starting at 11am
Serving the best breakfast in town all day
Enjoy our $10 Daily Customer Appreciation Meal
Bring your own Cup *Save a Buck $ & help the Planet
Use your cup with any to-go drink including; smoothies, milkshakes, espresso drinks, all hot beverages and even fresh juice from our juice bar and save a buck!
FOOD TIPS-Some benefits of chocolate
Dark chocolate contains lots of antioxidants that help the cardiovascular system by reducing blood pressure. Eating dark chocolate widens arteries and promotes healthy blood flow that can prevent the buildup of plaque that can block arteries. Eating dark chocolate every day reduces the risk of heart disease by 1/3. Flavonoids found in cocoa products have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-clotting effects that can reduce the risk of diabetes by improving insulin sensitivity. Chocolate may prevent memory decline.
Scientists at Harvard Medical School suggest that drinking two cups of hot chocolate a day may help keep the brain healthy and prevent memory decline in older people. The researchers said that hot chocolate can help preserve blood flow in working areas of the brain.
For More info go to Medical News Today
AH!LASKA organic cocoa is a great choice as it abides by strict labor laws and tastes great!
Whats inTips of the Trade
Why Demand Fair Trade or Fair Labor Laws for our beloved Chocolate?
If you only knew?
In 2010 1.8 million children ages 5 to 17 were forced laborers on cocoa farms across the Ivory Coast and Ghana 40% were not enrolled in school and only 5% of them were paid to work. UNICEF projects that 35,000 of these children are victims of trafficking.
Fair Trade Certified chocolate says that no forced abusive child labor is used, but Fair Trade chocolate represents less than 1 percent of the $66 billion chocolate market.
Understanding what goes into producing our food can make a difference in what people choose to eat. You can do something. Make educated and conscientious choices will improve the over all health of the planet and all people.
Blessings to all