Coffee makes people crave baked goods, just as baked goods make people crave justice. Take a bite out of sweet, crumbly crime with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Sandwiches and All-Day Breakfast
The menu includes a breakfast burrito with ground sausage and scrambled eggs ($7.99), grilled reubens ($7.49), and a two-piece broaster-chicken meal ($7.29). Bottomless cups of coffee are $1.69, and shots of espresso are $2.75.
Where the air was once filled with the pounding of hammers and the smell of hot iron, the sizzle of burgers and the scent of maple syrup now reign. Cafe Audrey resides in a historic former blacksmith’s shop whose interior delivers just about what the quaint brick building promises: white-painted wooden chairs and tables, lamps that resemble old kerosene lanterns, and walls lined with vintage photographs. There, families start the day or take a lunch break with soul-food staples such as shrimp po' boys and plates of broaster chicken—named with a portmanteau of “broken” and “toaster”—dipped in crisp, fluffy batter. On the all-day breakfast menu, huevos rancheros and chicken quesadillas add a touch of spice to the morning.
The Post-Tribune highlighted Cafe Audrey as part of the resurgence of the Fort Ben area. Owner Tammy Cunningham didn’t land there by accident: “I wanted a local feel. I wanted to be a part of the community,” she told the paper, adding that the café has built a fan base of “a lot of great word-of-mouth customers” since its 2011 opening.
What some people are buzzing about:
97% of 665 customers recommend
“great food,service, and atmosphere only negative was no toilet paper in Bathroom...a definite must for a restaurant :)”
“FRIENDLY, GREAT FOOD”
“FRIENDLY STAFF, GOOD FOOD”