$6 for $12 Worth of Pastries, Coffee, and Other Café Items at Bovine Bakery
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Handmade ham-and-cheese croissants and bear claws, pizza, quiche, and other café dishes boast local and organic ingredients
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Expires 90 days after purchase.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only at Petaluma location.
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$6 for $12 Worth of Bakery and Café Items
The menu’s handmade pain au chocolate ($3), ham-and-cheese croissants ($4.75), and Morning Bun coffee cake ($3.75) jump-start mornings with a cup of strong drip coffee. Quiche ($4.25) and pizzas ($4.75/slice), on the other hand, refuel brunch and lunch diners.
Within Bovine Bakery, the deep flavors of potent drip coffee awaken the senses and ready the palate for buttery, flaky, and sweet handmade pastries. Local and organic ingredients fill the kitchens, where loaves of bread rise beside croissants and bowls of muffin batter and scone dough. Beyond its breakfast staples, such as the Morning Bun coffee cake, Bovine Bakery also cooks up a menu of savory lunch entrees, including pizzas, quiches, and soups. Apart from their regularly delicious forms, these often come in different guises for those with dietary restrictions, helping guests avoid meat, gluten, or ingredients that rhyme with “orange.”
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