$13 for an Omelet Breakfast with Potatoes, Pastries, and Drinks for Two at French Bakery Cafe in Vista ($28.40 Value)

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French pastry chef & staff use local products to whip up delectable omelets & pastries in café with local art & jazz

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 8th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Valid for South of France or Elysa omelet only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Before breakfast was the first meal of the day, it was part of a midday supermeal—Dinner, Breakfast, Nash & Young. Give breakfast’s solo work its proper respect with today’s Groupon: for $13, you get an omelet breakfast for two at French Bakery Cafe in Vista (a $28.40 value). The breakfast includes:

  • Two omelets with potatoes, valid for South of France omelet or Elysa omelet (an $18.50 value)
  • Two pastries (a $6.90 value)
  • Two cups of house coffee or tea (a $3 value)

Helmed by a French pastry chef, Vista French Bakery Cafe uses fresh local products to craft breakfast items. A ratatouille of zucchini, eggplant, onion, and tomato gets wrapped up in the South of France omelet, which comes packed with swiss cheese, garnished with basil, and adorned with a swanky scarf. The Elysa omelet keeps it simple with a trio of tomato, basil, and feta cheese. Cap off the breakfast with two toothsome pastries and wash it down with house coffee or tea. With spacious, indoor seating and a cozy spot for outdoor dining, the café invites diners into an atmosphere where local art and rejected omelets hang on the walls while jazz gently plays.

French Bakery Cafe

Helmed by a French pastry chef, Vista French Bakery Cafe imbues its breakfast cuisine with an authentic Parisian touch, rendered fresh by the use of locally acquired ingredients. House-made quiches warm plates, and a ratatouille of zucchini, eggplant, onion, and tomato gets wrapped up in the South of France omelet, which comes packed with feta cheese and adorned with a swanky scarf. With spacious, indoor seating and a cozy spot for outdoor dining, the café invites diners into an atmosphere where local art and rejected omelets hang on the walls while jazz gently plays. The affable staff welcomes guests to cap off their dining and music-absorbing experiences by enjoying fresh pastries such as fruit tarts, coconut macaroons, and mini vanilla custard eclairs.

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