$18 for Mediterranean Breakfast for Two on Saturday or Sunday with Two Mimosas at Alhambra Restaurant ($36 Value)

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Potato omelets with chorizo or veggie omelets stuffed with feta cheese served alongside a refreshing mimosa

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Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Breakfast served Saturday and Sunday only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$18 for Mediterranean Breakfast for Two with Two Entrees and Two Mimosas ($36 Value)

The breakfast menu, served all day Saturdays and Sundays, includes entrees such as a potato omelet with bacon or spanish chorizo (an $8 value), a veggie omelet with tomatoes and feta cheese (a $7 value), and the bistec con huevo with a filet, two eggs, and potatoes (a $10 value).

Alhambra Restaurant

Lamb chops sauté in a tomato garlic sauce as Alhambra's cooks shave slices of gyros and roast chicken, kefta, and jumbo sea scallop kebabs. In addition to lunch and dinner, the eatery serves a full Sunday brunch with spanish chorizo omelets and double or triple stacks of panquè. Inside the dining area, arched mirrors reflect light from the pendant lamps mounted above dark wooden booths, and round, wrought-iron chandeliers. Jingling from the spangled costumes of shimmying belly dancers fills the air every Friday and Saturday evening during three performances, and hookahs fire up nightly after 7 p.m. with a chorus of loud revving sounds.

Alhambra Restaurant

Lamb chops sauté in a tomato garlic sauce as Alhambra's cooks shave slices of gyros and roast chicken, kefta, and jumbo sea scallop kebabs. In addition to lunch and dinner, the eatery serves a full Sunday brunch with spanish chorizo omelets and double or triple stacks of panquè. Inside the dining area, arched mirrors reflect light from the pendant lamps mounted above dark wooden booths, and round, wrought-iron chandeliers. Jingling from the spangled costumes of shimmying belly dancers fills the air every Friday and Saturday evening during three performances, and hookahs fire up nightly after 7 p.m. with a chorus of loud revving sounds.

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