During deep sleep, consciousness is altered, sensory and motor activity is suspended, and a maple-syrup-like fluid flows into the waffle crannies of the brain to rejuvenate the mind. Continue to rejuvenate even after the alarm with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of classic breakfast cuisine and drinks at Scrambler Marie's. This Groupon is valid for redemption all four Scrambler Marie's locations across Toledo, Maumee, and Perrysburg.
Scrambler Marie's extensive breakfast menu lifts languid eyelids with its selections of morning momentum-makers. Latch onto light bites such as fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits ($2.99) and steaming bowls of oatmeal with berries and brown sugar ($3.49), or palate-parachute into hearty helpings of pancakes ($5.79–$7.29), french toast ($4.29–$6.99), omelettes ($6.99–$8.59), skillets ($7.99–$8.59), breakfast wraps ($7.99–$8.49), and more. Guests feeling patriotic can flag down an all-American plate of biscuits and gravy ($6.49) with three eggs and a side, and the sweet blueberry waffle ($6.29) proves that waffles, like piñatas and closets at candy factories, are better when packed with goodies. The Westgate skillet ($8.29) takes taste buds south of the border, serving up a flavorful mix of spicy chorizo, jalapeños, green chilies, onions, homemade salsa, and melted cheese. Vegetarian options are equally fancy, such as the veggie garden scramble wrap ($7.99), which plays host to a pleasing prom of fresh veggies, mushrooms, onion, and scrambled eggs within the walls of a tomato-basil dance hall.
In addition to Scrambler Marie's morning-themed mouthfuls, the restaurant dishes out a potpourri of tasty lunch plates to keep tummy tanks fueled through dinnertime. House favorites include the triple-decker BLT on sourdough toast ($6.99), house-recipe chicken salad croissant ($7.29), and pastrami Reuben ($7.99), all of which are served with your choice of fries, fresh fruit, Caesar pasta salad, or carrot chips with dipping sauce. Served with the same choice of sides, gourmet burgers such as the Angus bacon cheeseburger ($7.99) come cradled in the doughy arms of a pretzel bun. Opt for a fresh tossed salad ($2.99–$7.99) or a creatively stuffed crêpe ($7.49) if you need to stay light on your light-up LA Gear sneakers in preparation for a heavy future conversation about outdated shoe styles. Step into the family-owned and family-friendly confines of Scrambler Marie's for appealing ante meridiem eats.