- Freshly blended lemonades
- Homemade eats
- Quick, cafeteria-style dining
- Wide variety of menu options
About This Deal
Lemonade is one of only two things that are best when freshly squeezed—the other being the neck of a circus clown who just insulted your mother. Sample the joy of liquid lemons paired with homemade eats with today’s deal: for $6, you get $12 worth of eats and sips at Lemonade Restaurant. This Groupon is good at the following Lemonade Restaurant locations: West Hollywood, Venice, downtown, and MOCA.
Stacked and splayed on a chic glass-and-steel counter, Lemonade's menu of sandwiches, salads, pot roast, pastries, and cookies offers a "punchy take on a grade-school cafeteria," according to the New York Times. Tense hands can work out stress by wrapping tightly around a turkey sandwich with pickled onion, avocado, and grain aioli ($9) or a pot-roast lamb sandwich with Bulgarian feta and arugula ($9). Home-style fish and fowl plates include buttermilk baked chicken breast ($5) and albacore-tuna salad ($5). Mini cupcakes ($1) and caramel-frosted brown-sugar drops ($2) cap off hearty feasts and keep sweet teeth singing.
After diners work up a sweat eating everything in sight, a glass of chilled, freshly blended lemonade ($2.70) will cool bodily temperatures to reptilian levels. Lemonade's eponymous sips come in a variety of flavors, each of which is sweet enough to cause a smile, but sour enough to remind sippers that there are, in fact, liquid lemons in that cup.
Lemonade has been featured in the New York Times, rated by Zagat, and featured on the Food is my Nish blog. Yelpers give the MOCA location and the downtown café a 3.5-star average, and more than 200 Yelpers combined award a four-star rating to the Venice stop and the West Hollywood locale: