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September 24, 2012
What You'll Get
While "bread" is still just a slang term for “money,” common parlance foreshadows an ensuing exchange in loaves, croissants, and crostinis should the dollar collapse. Ensure future financial security with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of French bakery bites and drinks at La Baguette's Old Colorado City location.
La Baguette serves up a full menu of classic café fare but specializes in the total sensory-immersion experience of smelling, seeing, tasting, touching, and singing love songs to freshly baked breads and pastries. Straight-from-the-oven artisan bites include whole-wheat walnut loaves ($3.55), hearty six-grain rolls ($1.25), rye bread ($2.90 for a small loaf), pecan-raisin rolls ($0.95), fruit-filled croissants ($2.50), and ficelles ($1.60 each), all of which are expertly trained in the art of soaking up savory slurps of French-onion soup from the café ($5.75). After a warm summer evening spent strolling the streets, indulge in a serving of delightfully garlicky escargot served with soft French bread on the side ($7.75) or a plate of butternut-squash ravioli with sage, tomato, basil sauce, and a fresh-baked roll ($7.95). A variety of gourmet meats and cheeses can be caught cozily cradled in the flakey confines of homemade croissants and baguettes in the form of delicious sandwiches, all served with a side of seasonal fruit ($5.75–$6.85). Wash down your yummies with a classic café latte ($3.15), espresso ($1.75), or glass of fine French wine (from $3.95/glass).
The family-owned bread business uses only high-quality and natural ingredients to prepare its French-inspired foods, accommodating common food allergies and phobias of low quality, unnatural, and icky. Pick up a couple loaves of bread to complement a meal at home, or take the night off and enjoy a bite at a table within La Baguette's humble bakery abode.
- Unbelievable onion soup and an omelet, followed by a fresh, chocolate-filled croissant that revealed to me that indeed you can buy happiness. – Dimitri, Urbanspoon
- I haven't had a baguette sandwich like that since my last trip to France! Simple fare, but gooood. The onion soup was to die for. Cute inside and on the terrasse, too. – hcvoyageuse, TripAdvisor
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 21, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 add'l as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only at Old Colorado City location. Reservation recommended for weekend visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.