A vegetarian diet is an earth-friendly diet, reducing carbon emissions and earning high-fives from Swamp Things. Enjoy eco-conscious eats with today’s Groupon to Cafe Muse in Hollywood. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get dinner or lunch for two (up to a $40.40 value). Click here for an overview of the courses.
- For $12, you get breakfast for two (up to a $24.90 value). Click here for an overview of the courses.
Cafe Muse baits Bohemians with a mouthwatering menu friendly to vegan, vegetarian, and omnivorous appetites. A tower of vegetarian bacon, romaine lettuce, avocado, and tomato cast shadows across a locally baked pretzel roll on the BLAT, named after the sound of Adam West eating one, which comes paired with the café’s popular sweet-potato fries. Allow the muse to illuminate culinary creativity as you architect twin entrees of pizza and salad from the café’s bounty of fresh veggies and cheeses, and finish up with a fresh-baked red-velvet cupcake or vegan cheesecake. The recent removal of late-night entertainment from the Cafe gives diners a peaceful reprieve from louder dining options. After 7 p.m., the imbibable options of this deal expand to include sips of the house red or white wines or a quaff-worthy bottle of beers like Blue Moon, Negra Modela, Stella Artois, or Samuel Adams.
During breakfast hours, whole-wheat pancakes made with soymilk and draped in real maple syrup tap dance across fork and taste-bud stages and the paradoxical corned-beef hash employs sweet potatoes and organic tofu to reinvent the morning staple without beef or corning. Breakfast burritos can be made with organic eggs or tofu while baristas brew hot or chilled chai lattes and physics-defying mugs of bottomless coffee to fuel spirited debates over what order to read the newspaper. Tall windows fill the industrial-tinged oasis with the sun’s light, illuminating exposed-brick walls and intimate tables peppered throughout the café. A rotating art gallery fills exposed surfaces with works from a variety of creative locals better than painting a carousel in the middle of the bar station.