Cafes in Oxnard Shores

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Breakfast and Lunch Cuisine at Cafe Valentino

Cafe Valentino


$20 $12

Café creates breakfast and lunch food such as ham and cheese croissants, french toast, cobb salads, white pizzas, and chicken avocado wraps

Smoothies or Coffee and Breakfast at Manifesto Café on Skid Row (Half Off)

Manifesto Café on Skid Row

Los Angeles

$5.50 $2.75

Certified-organic, fair-trade coffee, fruit- and nutrient-packed smoothies, and breakfast foods such as lox, steel-cut oatmeal, and burritos

$15 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Lunch from Vee's Cafe - On the Run ($30 Total Value)

Vee's Cafe - On the Run

Boyle Heights

$15 $7.50

Organic salads, as well as wraps, sandwiches, and paninis with chicken, turkey, and tuna

Afternoon Tea and Tasting for Two or Four at Chado Tea Room (Up to 52% Off)

Chado Tea Room

Multiple Locations

$62 $31

Afternoon tea tasting includes scones and sandwiches

$19 for Baked Goods and Cafe Fare at Schwartz Bakery and Circa-NY Restaurant ($30 Value)

Schwartz Bakery and Circa-NY Restaurant

Los Angeles

$30 $19

Kosher deli and bakery makes sandwiches including corned beef and schnitzel and baked goods including challah, cupcakes, danishes, and pies

Healthy American Fare for Dine-In or Takeout at Skynny Kitchen (Up to 50% Off). Five Options Available.

Skynny Kitchen

Los Angeles

$22 $11


Guests can indulge in the likes of breakfast sandwiches and bison burgers without guilt, as every healthy meal is 500 calories or less

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Tomas Cafe & Gallery, noted on NBC LA for their take on the classic Mexican breakfast dish chilaquiles, staffs a legion of chefs and baristas who craft inventive breakfast and lunch dishes from local ingredients paired with coffeehouse drinks. In addition to brewing their own blend of coffee, the baristas furnish empty hands with mugs full of latte or cappuccino. Guest dine within the restaurant’s vibrant dining room, which is decked out in neon pink and bright yellow walls speckled with local artwork. Natural light floods the interior, breathing life into overhanging palm trees, which are rumored to steal succulent cinnamon rolls while diners aren't looking.

622 S A St

The Cottage on Main greets early risers and midday meanderers alike with a menu that includes many locally acquired ingredients and coffee roasted weekly in Ventura. Start the day off right by sipping on an americano ($2–$3), a Red Eye ($2–$3), or a chai-tea latte ($3–$3.50) instead of car-pooling by filling a neighbor’s convertible with water. Patrons can pair a lid-opening libation with the Sunshine bagel, painted with cream cheese, egg, a choice of turkey or ham, and cheese ($3.75), or the Sparrows Nest sandwich—a toasted bagel splattered with pesto spread, artichoke hearts, tomato, and cheese ($5.25). The beverage depot also proffers fresh-fruit smoothies ($3.75–$4.25), such as the strawberry-banana, the mixed berry, or the Hurricane, which features a blend of strawberry, banana, Red Bull, and delicious lightning bolts.

2016 E Main St

At Java Joe's, guests sip freshly made coffee drinks and graze baked goods, rummage through a collection of eclectic clothing and merchandise, and tap toes to live tunes. Baristas blend aromatic shots of espresso with frothy milk riddled with chocolaty notes to create a 16- or 20-ounce café mocha ($3.85–$4.25). Utilitarian cups of joe ($1.95 for 16 oz.; $2.25 for 20 oz.) fill mugs for on-the-go sippers and bulk beans ($13.95/lb.) allow customers to bring robust flavors and caffeine-jolts home. Pluck a pastry from a bakery filled with treats, such as scones ($2.45), chocolate-filled croissants ($2.95), and cheesecakes ($3.75) that quench food cravings and hush grumbling tummies like a swallowed Paul Simon 8-track.

2950 Johnson Dr

At Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room we create lifetime memories. We are a gir's heaven. How do we know? From the all the shrieks and squeals we hear when girls enter our dollhouse. Moms and dads love us too because their little princesses leave with the biggest smiles on their faces and the fondest memories in their hearts!

1544 East Main Street

Diverting time, energy, and money from doctor-hood to open a little café may seem like madness to some, but that's exactly how Crazy Dr. Café earned its name. After growing to depend on fresh, organic coffees and smoothies for on-the-go energy, a physician at Ventura County Medical Center bought out the neighborhood’s old Juice and Java and expanded the menu with healthful options.

Piping-hot mugs of organic, locally grown coffee and espresso still fuel the army of doctors and nurses who inhabit the café’s surrounding medical facilities. When not crafting flavorful coffee drinks, baristas send fresh fruits and vegetables through juicers or blenders to create smoothies or liquid meals that busy hospital staffers can consume through discarded IVs. Empanadas and bagels also lurk within the eatery’s pastry case, and breads, cheeses, meats, and fruits assemble together to create fresh, gourmet sandwiches.

2991 Loma Vista Rd

Family-owned since 1994, Old New York Deli & Bakery Co. specializes in doughy delectables and homemade schmears warmed and whipped on-site. The bagel emporium molds mouth-ready rings out of five preservative-free ingredients before boiling them and heating each in a 500-degree hearth that replicates Brooklyn's climate. The menu showcases 17 varieties of taste-bud-tempting, toroidal treats, including honey-oat raisin, pumpernickel, cranberry, chocolate chip, and sun-dried tomato. Festoon chewy bagels with a spread of one of nine homemade cream cheeses. Spice seekers can snatch a tub of jalapeño-cheddar, and ordinary Janes can opt for dollops devoid of forceful flavors, such as original or low fat.

4972 Verdugo Way