$7 for $14 Worth of Southern Lunch at Cafe Palladio
Cooper Young Community Association
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In a Nutshell
Ten types of sandwiches include a chunky chicken salad, a cheesesteak panini, and a veggie sandwich called "Dixie Delight"
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Expires Sep 18th, 2013.
Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for whole cakes or pies. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid Monday-Saturday, 11am-3pm.
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$7 for $14 Worth of Sandwiches, Salads, Sides, and Drinks
The menu includes 10 types of sandwiches, such as the Palladio sub-club, stacked with smoked turkey, honey ham, bacon, cheddar, and special sauce on a white or wheat hoagie ($9.95). The Dixie Delight on multi-grain wheat with avacado, red onion, tomato, sprouts, provolone, pesto mayonnaise, and cucumber sauce, and the chunky chicken salad on a croissant with chunks of smoked chicken breast, grapes, pecans, and red onion. The Hawaiian salad tosses smoked chicken breast with pineapple, nuts, mozzarella, and mixed greens ($9.25), and drinks include peach tea ($2.25) and soda ($1.95).
Situated inside Palladio Antiques & Art, Cafe Palladio satiates guests with a modest lunch menu of casual café fare, including 10 types of sandwiches, fresh salads, homemade soups, and its self-proclaimed “famous peach tea.” Surrounded by antiques, artworks, and decorative furnishings, diners dig into Dixie Delight with vegetables or slabs of moist coconut cake served upside-down or right-side-up at the customer’s request. Free WiFi is also available for lunchtime web surfing.
Any fool with one working hand can drag their yo-yo across the kitchen floor in a crudely approximate pantomime of “walking one’s dog.” But it takes a real Yo-Yo Ma (short for Yo-Yo Master) to pull off these incredible tricks:
The Upsy Does It
The Tall Drink of Water
The Kiss from a Yo-Yose
The Wake-Up Call I Needed
The String Theory (only yo-yo trick that is entirely string based; yo-yo does not enter into equation)
The Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
The Shape of Things to Come
The Knock a Cigarette out of a Teen’s Mouth (They’ll Thank You for It)