When the Earl of Sandwich first placed his meat in bread, he never guessed it would spark a long tradition of mess-less meals, like freeze-dried nachos and liquefied spare ribs. Celebrate culinary convenience with today's Groupon to the North Main Street location of Atlanta Bread in Greenville. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of soups, salads, and sandwiches.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of catering services.
Atlanta Bread's characteristic, Wi-Fi-beaming bakery cafes pair ladled soup and layered meats with a multitude of fresh-baked, gourmet breads. The soups du jour ($3.99+) steam up stomachs in varieties like Wisconsin cheese, Italian wedding, or beef chili. Signature sandwiches impress with bold flavor combinations and flawless John Hancocks: the ABC Special piles roast beef, turkey, ham, provolone, and pepperoncini onto a French baguette ($6.99), and the Chicken Waldorf unites poultry with dried cranberries, granny smith apples, and walnuts atop asiago focaccia ($6.99). For a meatless midriff-filler, try the California Avocado on tomato onion focaccia, topped with provolone and dill sauce ($6.99).
Alternatively, Atlanta Bread's caterers stave off starvation with self-contained meals and tantalizing trays for corporate conferences, lunar landings, and doggie birthday parties. For breakfast, a box of coffee fires up ten foggy brains ($24.99), and the sweet soleil tray arrays pastries, muffins, croissants, and danishes ($3.29 per person). Midday munchers can snag boxed lunches with classic ($7.99) or signature ($8.99) sandwiches to make up for the nicely-packaged present they didn't get last Boxing Day.