Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy a fresh, earthbound meal with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of homemade comfort food and drinks at Meeting Street Cafe, located next to Brown University.
Meeting Street’s menu is stocked with tasty sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts, all made in-house with organic, locally sourced ingredients. Patrons can launch their eating adventure with a tomato salad served with fresh mozzarella and balsamic vinaigrette ($8.25) and then sample a wide variety of sandwiches—all of which are made to order with natural, hormone-free meats—such as the brown bear ($13.50), which combines roast Angus beef with ham, turkey, and swiss cheese. Entrees, such as the chicken, rice, and beans platter ($12.95) or the chicken and vegetable plate ($12.95), which features a large helping of marinated chicken breast served with either steamed vegetables or broccoli, continue the culinary tour. Put the lid on the meal with a Meeting Street cookie ($4.50) and escort it down the mouth-pipe with a bottomless cup of coffee ($2.75).
Meeting Street’s homemade fare is made more homey by the super-clean restaurant setting, courteous staff, and welcoming environment accented with jazz and classical music rifting softly in the background. Help your mouth rediscover good home cooking with a few bites of fantastic fare, erasing all unpleasant memories of failed culinary experiments in the basement.
- Meeting Street Cafe has been serving the same great food ever since they first opened and it has only gotten better. – Ross M., Yelp
- The milk & honey torte is so lovely! the classic BLT a must. I love the atmosphere here and all of the items I have ever had. Prices may seem above average, but quality- and quantity! is there. I will always go back! – crystalcakes, Urbanspoon
- This restaurant has absolutely delicious food, and the biggest array of homemade desserts I've seen. They have lots of vegetarian options, as well as meat-based meals. What we especially liked was the BYOB policy. – mass1234, TripAdvisor