Unlike speedy in-and-out coffee shops, cafés indulge fantasies of sneaking off through misty European streets paved with pain au chocolat and lined with biscotti parking meters. Sip into a waking dream with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of café breakfast or lunch, valid all day long and over the course of multiple visits
- $15 for $30 worth of bistro dinner, valid Monday–Saturday, 5 p.m.–10 p.m.
The café menu includes items such as Jama Jo Breakfast crepes ($2.99), freshly baked croissants ($1.99), and Signature crepe sandwiches, grilled paninis, crispy salads and piping hot soups. The bistro menu includes items such as truffled parmesan fries ($6.99), the californian burger with goat cheese and avocado ($9.79), and baja fish crepe burritos with chipotle mayo ($8.95).
Whenever possible, the chefs at Pejamajo Café craft their signature crepes from sustainable ingredients—ranging from meats to eggs to flour—culled from local suppliers. They offer a variety of French-style crepes, including sweet crepes such as Nutella and banana as well as savory crepes such as the unique crepesadilla with Vermont cheddar and salsa. Both pair well with the café’s own line of signature-blended coffee. Each Pejamajo location also houses pastry chefs who spend each day transforming globs of dough into fresh cookies, scones, and edible swords for sword-swallowing apprentices. Pejamajo’s relaxed atmosphere, original coffees, and daily baked pastries have become its signature, and led to an appearance on an episode of HGTV’s House Hunters.
86% of 492 customers recommend
“The crepes are awesome! And there are interesting things to accompany the crepes, like gruyere cheese and wonderful greens.”
“The crepes are great!”
“it's awfully pricey for some thinned out egg batter with a few pieces of meat, or cheese, or the other items that were to be on mine, and those who accompanied me....”
“it's awfully pricey for some thinned out egg batter with a few pieces of meat, or cheese, or the other items that were to be on mine, and those who accompanied me. not sure why they feel their prices need to be so high....i believe it's working people using their money to support working cafe workers...well!”