It can be tough for vegetarians and meat lovers to agree on a restaurant, as vegetarians want more than just salad and meat lovers want more than just Tofurkey painted to resemble bacon. Break the same bread with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of local, organic cuisine for two or more people
- $15 for $30 worth of local, organic cuisine for four or more people
Burger With The Works pizza is crafted with an omnivorous mix of seasoned ground beef, bacon, fresh tomato, red onion, and a duo of cheeses ($10.99–$25.99), living on the same menu as the Veggin' Out, which boasts a fresh vibe of roasted portobello and zucchini, onion, tomato, and marinara sauce ($9.99–$24.99). Pizzas can be made with soy or dairy-free cheese, mimicking the gluten-free vegan soyrizo breakfast scramble ($9.99), which is served on the all-day breakfast menu. Salad lovers may take satiating stabs at the mango avocado salad brimming with wild arugula, cucumber, and fresh lemon ($6.29–$10.49). Free range roasted chicken breast ($12.99) and a barbecue wrap that can be made vegan or with chicken or steak ($9.99–$10.99) round out the main courses, while a decadent flourless chocolate cake ($4.99+) steals the show.
Guests may also pair meals with a large selection of local craft beers on tap ($6 each) or a beer flight of four different draft brews ($10). Bottled wines tantalize palates starting at $24 each.
How rare is it to find a menu that satisfies vegans, meat eaters, and gluten-free eaters alike? The family behind EVO Kitchen knows the importance of pleasing palates of varying tastes, and so put together a menu lauded by the Whole Life Times for doing just that. Their wraps, for one, are baked in house and come with stuffings of free-range chicken, veggie "chicken," or a glut of local and organic vegetables. Customizable pizza ingredients—from the crust to the toppings—also give you the option to order a pie vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free. In fact, almost all of the eatery's offerings can be configured to be vegan or gluten-free; diners need only ask or start a challenging game of charades with the server.