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What You'll Get
A restaurant meal is incomplete without its after-dinner mint, which cleanses the palate before patrons gnaw a subterranean tunnel home. Chew the scenery with today’s Groupon to Blue Lemon Cafe in Satellite Beach. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of American, French, and Thai breakfast and lunch fare and drinks.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of catered American, French, and Thai fare.</p>
Voted Best Café by Metromix in 2010, Blue Lemon Cafe fills stomachs with 11 house-made crêpes, fluffy omelets, and lunch dishes. House-made crêpes shelter fresh lemon juice and honey ($4.95), and a create-your-own omelet ($5+) lets diners stuff an egg pillow with mushrooms ($0.50) and shrimp ($1.29) or nestle molars underneath it to surprise visiting tooth fairies. Lunch fare ranges from french onion soup ($5.95) to the Blue Lemon panini, which uses two doughy slices to grasp roast beef, blue cheese, onions, and tomatoes ($7.95). In between bites patrons can surf the Net with free WiFi access or can daydream about camels wearing wigs while watching wall-mounted televisions.
Alternatively, party hosts and hungry hydras can bring Blue Lemon Cafe’s comestibles home with $100 worth of catered fare, which feeds seven to eight people. Catering purchases of more than $200 are delivered for free within 15 miles of the eatery.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only for $20 option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Blue Lemon Cafe
Blue Lemon Cafe quells hunger pangs morning, noon, and night with café cuisine of the sweet and savory variety. The menu of crepes, fruit smoothies, ice cream, and hearty sandwiches won the admiration of Metromix in 2010, earning the eatery a Best Café nod. Like John Wayne’s impersonation of Charles de Gaulle, the café blends American classics with a French twist, inviting diners to sip glasses of wine alongside their cheeseburgers, or dive into Francocentric food such as niçoise salad and quiche Lorraine. Between lime-green walls, circular tables and streamlined eggshell-white chairs create a hip, laid-back atmosphere permeated by free WiFi.