Dining out is one way to explore your town, along with clinging to the back of a bus and borrowing a police horse. Try something new with this Groupon.
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$25 for brunch for two (up to a $54 total value) * Two entrees (up to a $26 value) * Two baklava desserts (a $12 value) * Two mimosas (a $16 value)<p>
$49 for brunch for four (up to a $108 total value) * Four entrees (up to a $52 value) * Four baklava desserts (a $24 value) * Four mimosas (a $32 value)<p>
The brunch menu includes omelets and scrambles, served with rosemary potatoes, fruit, or garlic fries, as well as Tuscan eggs with artichoke hearts, goat cheese, basil, and sun-dried tomatoes. Cayenne’s breakfast pizza includes turkey bacon, mozzarella, herbs, and sun-dried tomatoes, and the King Tut wrap shows the restaurant’s Mediterranean side with chicken breast, falafel, and tahini.<p>
Cayenne Cafe’s executive chef and co-owner, Noura Elnasser, crafts the restaurant’s tasty Mediterranean-American cuisine, and she does it with a little help from mom. Not only did Elnasser’s mother teach her much of her cooking methods, but her mother also bakes the desserts and cakes that perfectly wrap up Cayenne’s brunches, lunches, and dinners.
In its review of Cayenne Cafe, the Los Angeles Times said, “[L]ike a quirky friend who’s got a different take on things, Cayenne’s full of pleasant surprises.” Strings of glass globes dangle from the ceiling, and simple vases showcase single green stems. Inside or under the patio’s sprawling white parasols, patrons dine on spanakopita, salmon, and kebabs. The restaurant also whips up Angus-beef burgers, but often with a Mediterranean twist—the Zorba burger comes topped with feta cheese, cucumbers, and yogurt sauce in a pita.
The food is so good that it will make you wish you had a second stomach.Sam P., Yelp, 10/27/12