Coffee and baked goods have always gone together, like rock and roll, yin and yang, and bald eagle hatchlings and William Howard Taft's toupee. Introduce your mouth to a dazzling duet with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of casual dining and drinks at European American Bakery Café, located on Metro Parkway.
Family-owned-and-operated since 1977, European American Bakery Café stays true to its roots, which trace back to the former republic of Yugoslavia, while also embracing some of America’s favorite fare. A commitment to freshness in all products, liquid and solid alike, is an integral part of the philosophy behind the European American Bakery Café—baking is done in-house, with handmade bread and specialty pastries exploding from the cornucopic ovens. Wake tired eyes with espresso bar offerings such as espresso (single $1.75 or double $2.25, decaf available) or café au lait ($2.60 tall, $3 grande) before moving onto heartier fare. Sublimate a combination of Euro-American flavors and breadbasket offerings the sandwiches, such as a Caprice chicken and rustic veggies ($8.95, with roasted tomato, spinach, mushrooms, mayo, lettuce, onion, and mozzarella), or start a day with a triple-egg Denver omelet ($8.50, served with toast and herb potatoes).
European American Bakery Cafe
In 1977, Sam and Zlata Savich opened their first storefront, where they showcased pastries from their native Yugoslavia alongside international delicacies picked up throughout their baking careers. These days, Sam and Zlata's pastry legacy continues to rise with an expanded menu that now features full breakfast and lunch alongside poppyseed danishes, Eastern European cookies known as kalochis, individual cheesecakes, and fudge brownies. They also make fresh bread by hand every day—without any preservatives—before transforming slices of their rustic sourdough or banana bread into pillowy servings of French Toast for breakfast or a mid-marathon snack.