Fusion cuisine combines the best of both worlds, much like when Jupiter crashes into Mars next year. Let flavors collide with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for $10 worth of Cali-Cajun cuisine<p>
- $8 for $16 worth of Cali-Cajun cuisine<p>
- $50 for $100 worth of catering<p>
The [menu](http://www.indigocafeandcatering.com/sitemechanic/resources/indigocafekearnymesamenu.pdf) features Cali-Cajun dishes such as a carne asada wrap ($6.25), cajun jambalaya ($6.99), and a chicken pesto sandwich ($6.50) as well as beverages like a berry pleasure smoothie ($3.50), made with blueberries, bananas, apple juice, vanilla, and wheat germ. The [catering menu](http://www.indigocafeandcatering.com/sitemechanic/resources/cateringanddeliverymenu.pdf) includes platters of warm artichoke dip for 10–15 people ($29.95), boxed lunches of assorted sandwiches or wraps ($8.50/person), and cheese and crackers platters for 10–15 ($39.95).
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.
88% of 83 customers recommend
“Great place to eat”
“I like their manager, Bill, great guy, quite a character.”