Everything is improved by transformation, as evidenced by bread becoming toast, sand becoming pearls, and bantering enemies becoming a bantering novelty duo. Harness the delicious power of transmutation with today’s Groupon to Pepperclub Restaurant and The Good Egg Café. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of global fare and drinks during dinner at Pepperclub Restaurant.
- For $6, you get $12 worth of brunch fare and drinks at The Good Egg Café.
By day, The Good Egg Café gifts eaters with a rotating menu of toothsome breakfast-lunch fusion fare, and by night, it metamorphoses into Pepperclub Restaurant with an equally shifting assortment of surf, turf, and herbivorous entrees. Brunch munchers delve into the curled depths of the original Good Egg cinnamon roll layered with chopped walnuts, raisins, and contented sighs ($2). Hearty homemade corned-beef hash arrives with a choice of toast and two eggs any style, be it over-easy or smart-alecky ($8). Pepperclub’s multifarious appetizers ($3–$8) festively kick off dinner dining with dishes such as PEI mussels in a thai coconut-curry sauce. A plenitude of protein-rich dishes ($12–$17) dapple the menu, featuring honey-spiced roast pork and hand-held organic beef Pepperburgers. An assortment of vegetarian and vegan entrees are also on hand for patrons who prefer their meat meatless.
However different their comestible lineups, both restaurants are operated by the same owner and champion local ingredients whenever possible. Drink in the vibrant red, yellow, and blue walls of the space while imbibing in one of Pepperclub’s selections of red, white, or star-spangled wines by the glass ($7–$8) or bottle ($24–$30). Grog-loving guests delight in an array of local and imported beer, hard cider, and wheat- and barley-free suds ($4–$14).
By morning, it's a breakfast hub known as The Good Egg Café. During lunch and dinner, the festively colored space, draped in twinkling string lights, turns into Pepperclub Restaurant. Entering the eatery is like stepping into a crayon box; the walls are painted in a lively palette of oranges, purples, blues and reds. Though the globally inspired menu draws on local seafood, beef, and lamb for Indian curries and Greek recipes, vegan and vegetarian dishes such as baked and stuffed jalapeños, veggie burgers, and asiago risotto cakes with portobello are also plentiful. After finishing off complimentary homemade bread, patrons ease sugar cravings with a handmade chocolate cake, or ease sunburns by applying cool vegan tapioca directly onto the sun.
East Bayside - India Street
78 Middle St.
Portland, Maine 04101