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What You'll Get
Some people can't start the day without a hot cup of coffee and a shower to wash off the remnants of their sleep cocoon. Stir up your morning routine with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $12 for $25 worth of café and bakery cuisine
- $24 for $50 worth of café and bakery cuisine for four or more
- $50 for $100 worth of catering
- $100 for $200 worth of catering
The bakery menu spans from light to decadent with apricot bars ($3.25), Chocolate Symphony cake ($5.25), and more than 25 kinds of fresh cookies ($0.99 each). The café menu invites patrons to wake up to Pablo's breakfast wrap ($9.95), available from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., or sample seven-cheese tortellini Mezzo Mezzo ($11.95) or seared ahi-tuna salad ($14.95) during lunch.
Catering options include quick, deli-style trays such as the the meat-and-cheese tray, which features a choice of four meats paired with a choice of three cheeses, served with rolls and an array of sandwich toppings and condiments ($11.50/person). The Great Backyard BBQ is a sprawling assortment of barbecued chicken, corn on the cob, rolls or cornbread, potato salad, beverages, and other barbecue favorites ($27.50/person). The popular Italian and Spanish catering menus can also be ordered during full-service catering, which offers many different types of cuisine.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Pre-order required 48hrs in advance for catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Picasso's Cafe, Bakery & Catering Co
In the midst of successful careers in the corporate and educational realms, the head chef of Picasso's Cafe, Bakery & Catering Co., Vincent DeRosa, and his wife Maria decided to make use of their artistic leanings by opening a sustainable-focused café and catering business. The same creative side that fueled Chef DeRosa's training as a classical pianist inspired him to craft a menu evocative of Picasso's vibrant masterpieces alongside executive chef and lifelong culinary virtuoso Paul Vigil. With help from a professionally trained staff and singing appliances, the culinary duo delivers a colorful, creative menu flanked by a veritable trophy room of awards and press.
As early as 7 a.m., diners can greet the day with a selection of fresh baked goods and full breakfast dishes, which range from light meals of coffee, a muffin, and granola-topped yogurt to salsa-tinged breakfast wraps stuffed with eggs, bacon, and potatoes. As the hours wear on, the encyclopedic lunch menu comes into play: salads, paninis, wraps, and towering sandwiches share table space with such pasta dishes as seven-cheese tortellini bathed in a marinara-alfredo sauce. But where Picasso's Cafe, Bakery & Catering Co. shines brightest may be in its catering menu. With more than two decades of experience catering for events of all sizes, the catering staff can create anything from modest boxed lunches to full-scale wedding feasts. They'll also recommend the ideal location for the event, whether it's at one of the many historic estates, museums, or other venues that call them a preferred caterer, or at their own handsome location crafted with eco-friendly principles.
From the bounty of farmers'-market produce, sustainable seafood, and hormone-free meat flecking Picasso's menu to the patio's local flora and recycled building materials, the café lives in harmony with its surrounding land. Patio diners sample light fare amid recycled-steel and recycled-wood structures and inhale the scents of lush flowers, citrus trees, and free-range wait staff. Internal features, including plug-in vehicle ports, compostable dishware, and evaporation-powered air conditioners, join low-usage generators at professionally catered events. When not acting as steward of the environment, the staff at Picasso's joins City of Hope and Children's Miracle Network in the fight against cancer and lends far-reaching relief with its own PAINT program.