Much like a massage from a cat, coffee helps people wake up, enlivens morning routines, and can be painful against bare skin. Keep a lid on your morning with today’s Groupon to Water For Chocolate. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of coffee and contemporary café fare.
- For $20, you get a five-visit punch card for up to $50 worth of coffee and contemporary café fare ($10 per punch).<p>
Chef Sean Guy silences breakfast- and lunchtime stomach gurgles with smooth coffee concoctions and a menu of upscale sandwiches and salads inspired by Mexican and Southern flavors. Instead of swallowing roosters, diners can awaken their uvulas with iced coffee chilled with coffee ice cubes and homemade breakfast pastries ($2) or paninis ($4.25). Brunch plates include barbecue shrimp lounging atop buttery homemade grits ($9.95), and protein-packed omelets with perfectly crisped potatoes ($8.95). Taco shells ensconce flaky tilapia ($6.84), and succulent pulled pork comes nestled inside sandwiches ($6.84), quesadillas ($7.95), or custom piñatas. For dessert, a slice of homemade sweet-potato bread ($4.25) or a velvety brownie ($2) concludes a gustatory escapade on a sweet note.
Water For Chocolate
At Water For Chocolate, chef Sean Guy crafts meals of seasonal American cuisine for the onsite coffee bar and for off-site catering events. The coffee-bar menu quells hunger with dependable salad and sandwich favorites as well as wraps filled with grilled flank steak, pico de gallo, and salsa ranch dressing. For the expansive catering menus, chef Guy displays the full breadth of his culinary acumen by featuring enough dishes to satisfy the most voracious appetites at large wedding parties or business meetings with Jabba the Hutt. Catered trays may include roasted veggies with red pepper aioli sauce and shrimp salad served in croissants and mini sandwiches.
“Excellent customer service, extremely friendly and the food is delicious!”
“Excellent service and quality every time”
“It'd be great if the take-out containers had dividers, so the items didn't mix - e.g., the grits soaking the tilapia.”
Water For Chocolate
1841 E Lombard St.
Baltimore, MD 21231