What You'll Get
They say that happiness comes from within, but that’s really only true if you’ve just consumed a baked good. Today’s Groupon brings the happiness for breakfast and lunch: for $5, you get $10 worth of sweet treats and café fare at Davis Bakery.
The quaint bakery serves up all-natural treats and café fare for breakfast and lunch daily. Everything at the eatery is made from scratch in small batches with meticulous attention to detail, to ensure each grain of sugar is properly positioned for maximum eating enjoyment. Breakfasty bagels ($.93), day-starting sandwiches ($3.59+) and miniature morning meals, such as the individually portioned homemade quiches ($4.99), offer sustenance for a long day of pole vaulting, while the lunch menu serves up a fresh selection of savory stacked sandwiches ($4.99+) and sides. A rotating daily cast of cupcakes, plate cakes, and pies are sure to delight wayward miners. A luxurious slice of tart lime pie ($2.49) is made from fresh-squeezed citrus juice, and the nine flavors of brownies and bars ($1.89), like the peanut butter “bliss” bar or raspberry nut treat, happify daily diners.
The family-owned-and-operated café boasts a casual atmosphere complete with a small outdoor patio, an ideal place to linger over a refreshing glass of all-natural soda ($1.95) on a breezy summer afternoon. So stop in for a quick lunch or breakfast, and savor the enhanced flavor of fresh-made fare.
- The menu is broken into Morning, Midday and All Day (aka desserts) – but the staff will make a breakfast bagel sandwich for you at lunch too, for under $5 a pop. Their cookies, pies and dessert bars all made from scratch in small batches with no added sugars or preservatives. – Orlando Sentinel
- Their menu is simple...bagels and breakfast breads...quiche, unique breakfast bars and adventurous cream cheese flavors. My favorite thing to indulge in is definitely the cinnamon roll. – Kelly F., Yelp
- Great little place with homemade items and a staff that actually enjoy working there and interacting with the clientele. – Sean O., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Dine-in or carry-out only. Tax not included. No cash or credit back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.