With your kitchen's pots and pans inhabited by the evil spirits of dead pots and pans, cooking at home has become both time-consuming and spooky. Get quality cuisine without interference from crazed kitchenware with today's Groupon for California-Cajun cuisine at Indigo Café. Choose one of the following location-based options:
- $7 gets you $15 worth of eats and drinks at Indigo Café Downtown
- $5 gets you $10 worth of eats and drinks at Indigo Café Kearny Mesa
Swoop up a scoop of California-Cajun cuisine in the bluesy confines of either location. Indigo Café Downtown provides a generously loaded breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu plus a variety of wines and bubbly beverages. Downtown diners can feast on starters such as ahi on goat-cheese wontons with mango salsa ($10.99) and dance through main plates such as panko-crusted mahi mahi contrasting Cajun cole slaw and fries ($13.79). For Indigo-goers who walk on their hands and wear their jeans like Kriss Kross, the downtown café serves breakfast for dinner or any other hour, including edibles such as southwestern-kicked breakfast burritos rich in sausage, peppers, eggs, onions, and cheese ($6.29) and down-home biscuits and gravy ($5.99).
Indigo Café Kearny Mesa hosts a more selective, yet similar menu. Open Monday through Friday for breakfast and lunch, the Kearny Mesa locale churn out soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches, and more, such as tuna melts ($4.99), oriental chicken salads swimming in noodles, carrots, and peanut dressing ($6.50), and roasted veggie quesadillas ($6.25). Although this location is closed for dinner, it is open to high-fiving guests who like laid-back lunch dining, made-from-scratch meals, and the popular mini-series The California Raisins: Rockin' New Orleans.
- They have a great menu and it took a while to decide on the turkey wrap with mango and avocado. I also split the veggie quesadilla with my friend. Everything we ordered was fresh and tasted amazing. – Carrie P.
- The food is excellent and I can be judge and jury given that I grew up in Louisiana. Portions are large and its [sic] spiced just right. – Tiger B.
San Diego locals Rick and Tiffany Trevino started Indigo Café in 2000 as a way to marry their two passions: Californian cuisine and the blues. Between blue walls covered in photos of blues and jazz musicians, they create their own mix of Cali-Cajun dishes such as bubba blue jambalaya and Cajun pesto pasta with Andouille sausage. Even their sandwiches bounce back and forth between Cajun and Californian flavors: shrimp po’ boys rest side by side with portabella mushroom sandwiches. Besides breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Indigo Café also cooks up catered meals and weekend brunch.