What You'll Get
Local ingredients are almost always more comforting to come across than far-flung eats, such as factory onions found on Pluto or plutonium-packed pomegranates found hiding beneath the bath mat. Rejoice in fresh cuisine with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of café fare, drinks, and frozen yogurt at Green Market Cafe and Kiwi Frozen Yogurt in Oldsmar.
This two-part treatery serves up healthy nosh and frozen concoctions culled from local produce. Dig into menu delights such as the Green Market salad, teeming with mixed greens, fruit, and gorgonzola ($6.99), or the turkey and brie flatbread sandwich, plumped up with the titular ingredients plus a verdant medley of greens, dried cranberries, and balsamic dressing ($7.49). The veggie portabello whole-wheat wrap throws a wallop of taste at herbivorous throats, bursting on contact with a plethora of garden residents high-fiving sun-dried pesto sauce ($6.99). The buffalo chicken flatbread pizza, meanwhile, roams across the fields of carnivorous hunger, sating it between tap-dance routines ($6.49). With food purchases of $6.49 and up, Green Market offers a free small frozen yogurt. Quench thirst with an organic acai berry iced tea ($1.99), then hit the Kiwi Frozen Yogurt counter for some frozen yogurt ($3.25+) or a smoothie ($3.95/20 ounce) adorned with your selections from more than 40 toppings.
GoodLiving magazine mentioned Green Market Cafe and Kiwi Frozen Yogurt in their online Good Eating section. Creative Loafing recently recommended Green Market Cafe and Kiwi Frozen Yogurt as a new restaurant to try in Tampa Bay. Three Yelpers give Green Market Cafe an average of 3.5 stars, and 92% of Urbanspooners like it. Three Yelpers give Kiwi Frozen Yogurt an average of 3.5 stars, and more than 1,400 people on Facebook like it.
- We wanted something healthy so [sic] decided to try Green Market. It was excellent: food, service, and cleanliness. – Charlene, Urbanspoon
- Inside the cafe, is Kiwi, a frozen yogurt stand that has flavors you won’t find elsewhere. Pick something like mango-orange and add some fresh chopped strawberries to top it off. Great after school treat! – GoodLiving magazine
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per customer. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Gratuity not included. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Green Market Cafe
The owner of Green Market Cafe was still in college when he hatched the plan to open an eatery that served healthy takes on sandwiches and soups. When discussing the inspiration behind the restaurant with reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, he explained, "I wanted to create a place where I'd like to go and eat everyday."
Arms laden with bags of produce, the owner returns to his café, where his chefs fold the fresh vegetables into crisp salads and toasty grilled flatbreads. Because everything is made to order, chefs are able to accommodate special requests, adding extra tomatoes or picking out any raisins that look too much like a California Raisin. Diners chitchat over cups of organic tea inside the colorful dining room, an open space tinted with greens, purples, and pinks to please the eye. The building is also home to Frozen Yogurt, the cafe's sister shop, which serves the wholesome yogurt that is included with all Green Market Cafe entrees.