Dating has historically been difficult for sandwiches, whose hard, crunchy shell often hides their soft, complex interior from potential suitors. Get to know these forlorn foodstacks with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches, wraps, smoothies, and more at Cafe Heavenly in New Smyrna Beach.
Cafe Heavenly purveys a scrumptious array of healthy fast-food alternatives. Mollify an overheated mouth with a fresh-fruit smoothie such as the Smyrna colada, made with pineapple juice, coconut, banana, and pineapple sherbet ($5.85). Or juice up a low java tank by enjoying a healthy, low-carb, high-protein mocha-cappuccino smoothie ($6.25). On the opposite end of the viscous vittles spectrum, Cafe Heavenly's Greater Southeast Volusia Chowder Cook-Off-winning bisques and chowders provide hearty doses of homemade nourishment that are best enjoyed hot or with a spoon ($5.75). Diners looking for a holdable meal can select from a full menu of custom subs ($6.50) and hot paninis ($8.25), and Heavenly sandwiches––such as the turkey, provolone, and blue-cheese-dressing-stuffed Heavenly blue turkey—offer a plateful of fresh ingredients, original flavors, and the latest gossip about Elvis's ghost ($8.50). Domestic and imported beers and wines are available for lazy afternoons, and a generous selection of vegetarian options ensures no anxious appetite is left unappeased.
Located minutes from the ocean, the café helps customers whittle away their worries with umbrella-shaded streetside dining set in front of a colorful and flower-adorned façade. Use today's Groupon as a steppingstone toward ending your dependence on unhealthy takeout, or snap a picture of your fresh-fruit smoothie to prove to the Domino’s Noid that your romance really has run its course.
Cafe Heavenly welcomes guests into a world of gourmet seafood bisques and crab cakes, tangy gorgonzola salads, and savory flatbreads, surrounded by the appetizing scent of toasted subs and paninis. The bill of fare comes alive with classic northeastern seafood fare, such as the award-winning New England–style clam chowder or the buttery, whole-crustacean lobster rolls—born from the restaurateur's multiple trips to Maine and annual productions of Our Town. The brick-and-mortar location's seaside position and umbrella-shaded outdoor seating beckon to passersby with its laid-back bistro charm, whereas a food truck takes the mantra of tropical fruit smoothies and housemade lobster rolls to the streets.