Organic vegetables are grown without the use of pesticides, as they naturally repel pests by repeating everything they say in a singsong voice. Savor the taste of these wonder foods with today’s Groupon to People’s Organic Coffee & Wine Café in Edina. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get dinner for two (up to a $41 value), which includes:
- One light side item (up to a $15 value)
Two farm-to-table menu items (up to a $26 value)<p>
- For $39, you get dinner for four (up to an $82 value), which includes:
- Two light side items (up to a $30 value)
- Four farm-to-table menu items (up to a $52 value)<p>
Elegant plating frames the local, organic ingredients that amalgamate to create a menu’s worth of farm-fresh tastes at People’s Organic Coffee & Wine Café. Table conversations on average table height are brightened by light side items, such as a local artisan cheese flight, a trio of dairy that tempts taste buds, or the salami plate, piled with nitrate-free salami, smoked prosciutto, taleggio cheese, olives, and peppers awaiting transportation by house-made crackers and crostini. Farm-to-table entrees encourage diners to experience the fruit of nearby pastures, such as the people’s bison burger, crafted with locally sourced bison meat, fontina cheese, bacon, and veggies atop an organic wheat bun.
The hearty vegan burger’s organic mushrooms, onions, garlic, and herbs enter mouths ensconced inside an organic potato bun. Though not included with today’s Groupon, the café also boasts a beer menu filled with geographically sound choices from sought-after breweries, such as the limited supply Surly and small-rooted Fulton, and a wine menu that runneth over with biodynamic, organic, sustainable, or invisible varietals.
Peoples Organic Cafe
In a series of black and white portraits that pop against the backdrop of rich burgundy walls, smiling farm workers stationed around the world stand amid their crops, tools in hand. The photographs are the first hint at Peoples Organic Café's mission to link ingredients back to their source. The second hint is the menu, which boasts a roster of local farms: the ham comes from Fischer Farm, the chicken sausage from Schultz Farm, and the bison from Eichtens Family Farm. Chefs spotlight these free-range meats in wholesome burgers, wraps, and salads, which they enhance with fresh, organic veggies and housemade sauces. To complement meals, the café boasts a beer menu filled with choices from local breweries such as the limited-supply Surly and Fulton. Additionally, its wine selection runneth over with biodynamic, organic, and sustainable varietals, which are tastier than their unsustainable counterpart, unicorn tears.