Casual American Food at Edloe St. Café & Catering (Half Off). Three Options Available.
West University Place
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In a Nutshell
Crab cakes, Black Angus tenderloin, and Tex-Mex classics; four types of burgers and nearly 10 signature salads
The Fine Print
Expires Nov 6th, 2013.
Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol. Not valid for breakfast, salmon teriyaki salad, or chef's table menu items. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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Lunch is important because it tides over appetites until dinner and gives poets another word to rhyme with "munch." Enjoy the art of eating with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$10 for $20 worth of American café food
$20 for $40 worth of American café food
$30 for three Groupons, each good for $20 worth of American café food (a $60 total value)
The breakfast menu highlights classic entrees such as ham-and-cheese omelets ($6.99) and country benedicts ($7.49). Alternatively, the lunch and dinner menu offers entrees such as a certified Angus burger ($8.99), beef fajitas ($15.99), and a thai spinach and pasta salad ($9.99).
Edloe St. Café & Catering
In Edloe St. Café & Catering’s kitchen, staffers grind fresh burger patties and concoct dishes from owner E.I. Thomas’s farmer’s market finds. The eatery specializes in fresh, local food inspired by cultures on either side of the Mexican border; the kitchen whips up jumbo lump crab cakes and leafy Cobb salads just as deftly as they craft Southern-fried fish tacos and pile plates with chicken tamales. Upscale options such as Black Angus tenderloin are also available and lend an extra touch of superiority by the alumnus of Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts who helms the kitchen.
Despite the steak on the menu, the café's atmosphere is unpretentious. Patrons order from a menu handwritten on hanging chalkboards, and eat at simple wooden tables or retire to the outdoor patio for fresh air and a chance to spellcheck any recent skywriting. For large functions, hosts can also turn to the kitchen for buffet-style catering spreads, which offer everything from breakfast tacos to boxed lunches.