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Celebrate the color of pumpkins, tigers, and odd-colored bruises with today’s Groupon: $10 gets you $20 worth of fresh-squeezed fare at Orange Street Cafe, a downtown café that serves mostly organic food for breakfast and lunch.
Wake up with a mug of organic, fair-trade coffee while pondering the menu. Try the millionaires’ bagel ($7.50), a doughy round smacked with cream cheese and topped with tomato, capers, onion, black caviar, and a hardboiled egg, or the ultimate omelet (6.99), a folded flop of egginess stuffed with sautéed veggies, turkey sausage, and white cheddar. While either of these items can be consumed by non-millionaires, choose wisely because the Tampa Eccentric Millionaires Club may be scoping out your potential from the wings.
For lunch, the grub runs the gamut. You’ll find wraps, salads, soups, sandwiches, and appetizers. Start off with the soup of the day ($3.99), which is always fresh, organic, and made in-house, before moving to more substantial fare such as Tom's turkey pesto panini (half $7.99, whole $9.50) or the grilled caprese wrap ($7.99). If you despise cutlery, sip your lunch with an all-natural organic smoothie, such as the fruity mama ($5.50), a mash-up of tropical fruits, yogurt, banana, and apple juice that was named for local voodoo priestess and literacy volunteer "Fruity" Mama Adelaide.
The welcoming, dog-friendly café has pumpkin-colored painted walls with rich wooden accents. It's open every day except Monday.
There aren’t many reviews for Orange Street Café, but 100% of Urbanspooners like it:
- I went there with my girlfriend recently and tried the ultimate breakfast burrito. Normally I am opposed to meats that come from the wrong animal (e.g. turkey bacon or bison burgers) but the white cheddar and turkey sausage actually worked very well together. Good place for a tasty start to the day – Brad Hunniwell
Fruity Mama Adelaide and the Eccentric Millionaires Club aren’t the only characters of note you’ll find checking out the Orange Street Cafe. Keep your eyes peeled for these other colorful neighbors:
- Bernie, the local tropical fish peddler
- Woman by herself on park bench circling arcane symbology on dollar bills with red Sharpie
- That dog that’s always wearing a tie
- Homemade Big Bird
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2009. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, 1 per table. May purchase multiple as gifts. Tax & gratuity not included. No cash or credit back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.