When deprived of flavorful sustenance, the mouth will often retaliate by shouting your bank-account number at sporting events or turning every sentence into a high-pitched jingle. Tame an unruly tongue with today’s Groupon to Keyhole Cafe & Bakery. Choose between two options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of smoothies, homemade candy, breakfast fare, and lunch fare.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of baked goods.
Keyhole Cafe & Bakery pacifies growling stomachs with a multifarious menu of healthful smoothies, decadent homemade candy, hearty breakfast and lunch fare, and baked goods. Ravenously rise and shine with morningtime munches served from 9 a.m. to close, such as a cinnamon-french-toast plate trimmed with one egg, cheesy hashbrown casserole, and a choice of protein-packed meat ($2.99). Noontime noshers can wrap peckish finger-teeth around the Wing It sandwich, sporting buffalo chicken, blue-cheese dressing, and a side of hot sauce ($6.95 with chips & drink). The kingly Elvis smoothie ($1.89 for 12 oz., $3.59 for 24 oz.) belts out a soulful medley of peanut butter, banana, and yogurt, eliciting girlish squeals from tongue buds and scandalized looks from spinsterish water glasses. The café’s bevy of homemade candy includes chocolate- and caramel-dipped Oreo-cookie pops ($0.99 each) and homemade marshmallows in a cornucopia of fluffy flavors ($3.95 for 8), providing decadent ends to leisurely lunches or sweet starts to second brunches.
Keyhole’s baked goods treat teeth to an assortment as ever-changing as a chameleon’s mood ring. Rouse drowsy mouths from slumber with a praline-pecan or walnut coffeecake ($0.69 each), or quell Pythagorean cravings with a slice of pie made from scratch ($2.29/slice). Pennsylvania Dutch cinnamon rolls ($1.69 each) take eaters on a succulent sojourn through rich dough capped with vanilla cream-cheese frosting and sighs of contentment. Gluten-free offerings are also available.
Chimney Rock Area
1665 Antilley Rd.
Abilene, Texas 79606