Putting a man on the moon was briefly considered mankind’s greatest achievement, until Neil Armstrong invented sliced bread. Savor civilization’s finest creation with today’s Groupon to Oasis Café in Lewisville. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of café fare.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of catering services.<p>
Oasis Café’s resident sandwich artists stack fresh towers of bread, meat, and vegetables as baristas concoct a variety of coffee beverages. The café’s menu rewards early risers with croissant sandwiches ($3.99) stuffed with natural eggs, grilled turkey, and ham. Sandwich sages conjure signature creations such as the cranberry-walnut chicken-salad sandwich ($5.99), with sweet-and-savory stuffings that cultivate a sense of culinary adventure as thrilling as Leif Erikson’s attempts to eat Newfoundland. Cilantro-mint chutney crowns the curry chicken wraps ($5.99), and the vegetable grain burger ($4.99) tops toasted Kaiser-bun halves with a house-made veggie patty. Coffee drinks kick-start daytime endeavors with concoctions such as the Vienna ($2.99/large), a blend of espresso, steamed milk, and whipped cream propelled from a fire extinguisher.
Caterers take the culinary show on the road with morning continental trays ($44.99) piled high with freshly baked bagels, muffins, and pastries. Deluxe assorted-sandwich platters ($62.99) accomplish noontime nourishment with the assistance of five assorted sandwiches.
Flavors from around the world converge at Oasis Café, from the grilled lamb and beef of Greek gyros to the sweet chili sauce of Thai chicken. Sandwiches and wraps emphasize organic and natural ingredients, and both meat and vegetarian options are well-represented. Coffee splashes tongues in hot, iced, or blended forms, as in the Oasis macchiato, which swirls caramel and vanilla into double espresso. The aromas of freshly baked muffins and percolating soups drift across the long wood counter and over checkered booths, where diners groove to soft jazz melodies so they don’t have to bridge conversational lulls with knock-knock jokes that might offend people who live in tents.