Mix the Bakery boasts a daily changing menu of fresh artisan breads, savoury soups, salads, and sandwiches, and sweet treats and desserts. Stop in for a loaf of the all-popular Zoey's super grain bread ($5.65), or curb carby cravings with the Yukon-gold-potato and herb loaf ($4.65). A bowl of house-made soup ($4.15–$5.95) is available in daily changing varieties such as chipotle corn and turkey or curried potato and cauliflower, promising a luscious liquefied lunch for diners arriving directly from the dentist or jaw-wirer. Round off meals with a satisfying stack of sugar, courtesy of the bakery's whole desserts, including chocolate oblivion cake ($21.95+), key lime pie with a coconut-graham-cracker crust ($21.95+), or a slice of sour-cream coffee cake ($2.40).
Conceived and opened by a team of mom entrepreneurs, Kokopelli Café whips up its daily house-made goodies and coffee creations in a stylish and family-friendly environment. The batter-covered confectioners at Kokopelli start baking at 5 a.m. each day to ensure customers' teeth meet little resistance against the moist, fresh-baked cakes. Your Groupon allows you to mix up to two flavours to create a well-balanced half dozen. The café offers six different takes on the cakes; you can choose from among the classic vanilla, chocolate, and coconut cakes or opt for a more adventurous twist on the delicacy. A frosty lemon cupcake makes cake from life's lemons, while the chocolate mint and Oreo-themed cupcakes do not.
Café Régalade is the heir to La Régalade French Bistro in every sense—it’s a French bistro operated by the Raye family with a menu of classic French food and imported wine. Michelin-star-winner Alain Raye oversees the original location, whereas son Steeve Raye helms the café’s kitchen, which first fired its ovens in 2011. Raye and his staff create dinner entrees of beef bourguignon, duck leg confit, and braised beef short ribs in a creamy peppercorn sauce. They also prepare appetizers such as smoked herring with potato salad.