To make un-fine wine, simply place grapes beneath a silk pillow, repeatedly mash your head against it, and then wring the pillowcase into a nearby mouth. Taste traditionally produced fine wines with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of casual cuisine and drinks at Jeffrey's Café & Wine Bar, located in the heart of Crestwood.
Jeffrey's menu supplies an abundant selection of fine wines, specialty martinis, satisfying munchies, and tummy-warming coffees and teas. Appease anticipatory palates with a glass of white wine ($7.50–$9.50) before inviting your lumberjack date to share a mound of loaded nachos, a festive ensemble of cheddar, peppers, tomatoes, onions, sour cream, and salsa ($9.95). The Diablo sandwich will bring devilish carnivores to their prayin' knees with swiss, salami, grilled red onion, red and green bell peppers, jalapeños, dijon, and mayo ($7.95/$5.75). Head to Jeffrey's after a tiring night shift at the socializing and dancing factory and get a breakfast wrap, which introduces two poached eggs to a social network of diced tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, and cheddar ($7.25). Those looking to get their daily surge of caffeine will want to try one of Jeffrey's coffees or teas, such as the café caramel, a latte with added caramel syrup and whipped cream ($3.50–$4.40), or the River Valley Fog, a simplistically tasty treat of steamed milk with your pick of flavour shot ($3.35–$4.30).
Jeffrey's cozy space is adorned with deep-blue walls, bright and abundant artwork, and comfy seating, all of which contribute to its updated, casual feel. Live music from the city's most prominent artists is often featured (cover charges may apply), allowing aural orifices to take in something other than the screeching oo's and ahh's typically associated with wine enjoyment.
This deal is only valid for food and drink and cannot be used for cover charges.
Jeffrey's Cafe & Wine Bar
The clinking of cocktail glasses tinkles through Jeffrey's Cafe & Wine Bar as whiffs of baking pastries and grilling sandwiches drift out from the kitchen. Specialty sandwiches and wraps clasp gourmet fixings of wild smoked salmon, fresh vegetables, and melted cheeses; cinnamon-raisin buns, pies, and cakes await pairings with specialty coffee drinks. Red and white wines, beer, and more than 30 specialty martinis make evenings more relaxing than nap on an alpaca.
Beneath vibrant, framed paintings and hanging lights, upholstered chairs and plush leather couches scatter across the café's hardwood floors, and outside, red and green umbrellas shade an expansive patio. In lieu of animatronic banjo players, the cafe regularly hosts live bands and vocalists on weekends.
9640 142 St.
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