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What You'll Get
Dining out is one way to explore your town, along with clinging to the back of a bus and borrowing a police horse. Try something new with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$11 for a café meal for two (up to a $22.96 value)
- Two entrees with sides
- Two cookies
- Two fountain drinks or brewed teas<p>
$20 for two dozen cookies (a $40.56 value)
$12 for one 9-inch cheesecake (a $24.99 value)
$65 for a catered lunch for 10–12 people (a $132.77 value)
- Sandwich tray with 10 sandwiches
- 3 quarts of soup
- Cookie platter<p>
For the catered lunch, choose from chicken, egg, or tuna salad, ham and swiss, BLT, turkey havarti, and RC club sandwiches, veggie and grilled-chicken wraps, and cedar sliders. See the full café menu here, and click here for a full list of cookie and cheesecake flavors.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. 48-hour advance pre-order required for catering, cookie, and cheesecake options. Lunch option is valid for dine-in or carry-out. Catering, cookie, and cheesecake options valid only for pick-up. Not valid 3/28-3/31. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Red Cedar Cafe
It's hard to tell what gives Red Cedar Cafe owner Angie Anderson, a Lansing native, more enjoyment: whipping up her fresh, made-from-scratch andwiches and desserts or serving them to the hungry MSU students who frequent her cozy, welcoming shop. Free WiFi, steaming cups of coffee, and mini cheesecakes inspire students, their friends, and families to linger long after they've finished a meal that might include potato-bacon soup or lobster bisque or a chicken-chipotle pressata sandwich stuffed with provolone, roasted red peppers, and chipotle aioli. Anderson also told a reporter for Capital Area Women's LifeStyle Magazine that she strives to use Michigan-grown ingredients whenever possible, and knits tiny MSU sweaters to help out-of-state ingredients feel welcome.