Sunnyside Cup Coffee To Go On South Broad Street Is Open For Business

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Over 1,000 cups sold! With fast and friendly service, Sunnyside Cup offers quick, convenient, drive-thru coffee to go. Located at 3008 Broad Street, next to the Twice the Ice machine. Sunnyside Cup serves hot, or iced espresso drinks, fresh brewed coffee and tea, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m.-1 p.m.

Specialties include an iced chai tea latte, their local Mayfly fresh brew, and lattes sweetened with simple syrup. And don’t forget your morning protein. Sunnyside Cup serves up a delicious blue cheese and bacon gluten-free frittata (flavors vary), baked biweekly by Dish T’Pass, a catering and cooking school located in downtown Chattanooga.


Sunnyside Cup is owned and operated, by sisters, Charity Martin and Melody Kobernik. On deciding to start the business Charity said, "Melody and I were born and raised in Alaska and spent summers with our grandparents in Seattle, Wa. As you know, the Pacific Northwest is the epicenter for all things coffee.  Coffee huts are a mainstay for busy commuters in the Pacific Northwest.  When we go back home to visit family, we regularly visit our favorite coffee huts and love the convenience of getting a cup of coffee to go!  I moved to Lookout Mountain, in 1998 to attend Covenant College and Melody moved here with her husband, three years ago.  After we moved here, we very quickly started wishing for a coffee hut in Chattanooga!"

 

The sisters offer a lively and fun experience. Serving coffee and pastries with a smile. They pride themselves on knowing their customers and keeping business local and loyal.   

Weekly specials include:

  • $4 Mocha Monday 10 a.m.-1 p.m

  • Two PUNCH Tuesday- Earn two punches on your loyalty card for every drink purchased

  • Worker Wednesday- Share your business card with Sunnyside Cup for a chance to win a free drink

  • Thirsty Thursday-Drink specials vary

  • $4 Frittata Friday


"We have been encouraged by the overwhelming amount of community support that has been offered to us in starting Sunnyside Cup.  Chattanooga has been very friendly and supportive in our venture."

Stop by and check out one of Sunnyside Cup's specialties. Follow Sunnyside Cup on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

For more information, contact Charity Martin by phone at 423 331-0372.



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