Making a sandwich requires only two slices of bread, filling, and an expensive machine that holds the slices of bread steady while the filling is shot in between them with some sort of air-powered hose. Go somewhere that has that apparatus with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $7 for $15 worth of cafe food
- $17.50 for a punchcard good for five sandwiches, paninis, or salads (a $35 average value)
- $25 for $50 towards catering<p>
The cafe menu includes variety of fresh-made cafe food, such as from-scratch pastries, sandwiches such as a turkey club with avocado and havarti ($7.55), and salads such as apple and walnut salad ($7.95). The chefs also layer hot paninis with brie and apple ($6.95) or tuna salad ($6.95).
The catering menu includes scaled-up versions of cafe favorites, including tray-sized offerings of scones ($12–$24), quiche lorraine ($35), and spinach salad ($30–$55).
Kahve Cafe and Catering
Even though the head chef of Kahve Cafe and Catering revealed his bagel recipe in a profile for [Chesapeake Taste](http://gr.pn/10vq7x3, he still managed to keep a few secrets of the scratch-made trade to himself. And that’s because just about everything on the menu is crafted from scratch daily, from the club sandwiches served on house-baked french bread to the fresh-baked muffins and scones that please morning risers mouths and olfactory systems on the often. In keeping with the owner's ties to the community, the cafe’s tea and coffee drinks are also sourced from a local roaster.
And while much of the menu offers comfort, so does the cafe itself. Couches, easy chairs, and tables line the space, making visits even cozier during regularly scheduled live music and open-mic performances. Also, once a month, young ones can get in on the fun as Bridgette and the Band plays tunes designed to please their little ears and distract them from the sounds of nearby ice cream trucks.