$8.75 for $16 Worth of Organic Café Sandwiches, Breakfast, and Drinks for Two at Park Street Cafe

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Nothing wakes you up like a cup of coffee, especially if it's booby-trapped above your bedroom door. Wake up and feel the coffee with this Groupon.

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  • $8.75 for $16 worth of café food and drinks for two, good Monday–Friday
  • $8.75 for $16 worth of café food and drinks for two, good any day

The café's lunch options include vegetarian-friendly reuben sandwiches with sautéed tempeh and secret sauce ($8.50). All-day breakfast treats range from challah french toast ($7.50+) to omelets with your choice of five ingredients, such as kale or smoked gouda ($9.95). Drinks include home-brewed ginger kombucha ($3.50) and cappuccinos made with organic coffee ($3.50).

Park Street Cafe

Grown under shade, the fair-trade, organic coffee locally roasted by Café Mam flavors all of Park Street Cafe's coffee drinks, from americanos to mexican mochas. Café Mam's mindful approach to its coffee matches Sherri Thieben's own approach to food. Thieben, the owner of Park Street Cafe, counts more than 80% of her ingredients as organic; fresh produce, oils, and grains lend earthy flavors to her sandwiches, salads, and all-day breakfast treats. Plates of huevos rancheros are made from tempeh or eggs, and customizable salads come with seaweed, shredded beets, or other healthy fixings. Thieben's organic feasts unfold in a cozy space surrounded by exposed brick and large windows that aptly frame a farmers' market across the street.

Reviews

The ginger house-made kombucha was refreshing-one of the best I've had. Your spot is also quite charming to boot.

Monica S., Yelp, 4/27/13

In a Nutshell

Chef specializes in vegan- and vegetarian-friendly café fare such as tempeh scrambles and challah french toast

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards
Midday meals that bridge breakfast and lunch