Dating has historically been difficult for sandwiches, whose hard, crunchy shell often hides their soft, complex interior. Get to know these forlorn foodstacks with today’s Groupon to Sage Cafe in Newnan. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of café fare and drinks for two or more people.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of café fare and drinks for four or more people.
- For $29, you get a catered sandwich meal for eight (a $70 value) that includes:
- Eight assorted sandwiches
- Homemade cookies
Sage Cafe bolsters its menu of vegan and meat-filled sandwiches and soups with locally farmed vegetables, whole wheat milled in-house, organic fruit smoothies, and coffee. To fuel small crowds during workplace luncheons, football gatherings, or dramatic report-card readings, hosts can haul home the sandwich platter’s hodgepodge of chicken pesto wraps, turkey twisters, turkey-and-swiss heros, and executive clubs. A CEO-worthy sandwich, the executive club is assembled with three pieces of oatmeal bread, romaine lettuce, smoked bacon, and pepperoncinis.
Diners who feast under the natural light of the café’s modern interior or patio area can dot tabletops with sandwiches, such as the marinated asiago chicken vinaigrette ($8.95), oven-roasted southwest chicken ciabatta ($7.95), and california club with house-made honey dijon ($7.25). Organic fruit smoothies ($3–$6) become healthy meal sidekicks, and espresso drinks made with Counter Culture coffee ($2–$4) pack a caffeine punch more convenient than brushing your teeth with Mountain Dew.
To the chefs at Sage Cafe, every recipe is only as good as the ingredients put into it. With that in mind, they pick organic peppers, tomatoes, avocados, and romaine. Their coffee drinks are brewed with organic, fair-trade-certified Counter Culture coffee. They even mill their own whole-wheat flour. The menu uses simple forms to highlight rich, fresh flavors: sandwiches, quiche, and salads. Gluten-free and vegan options are also available. While enjoying lunch or a snack, diners chat with friends at petite bistro tables indoors or out, or they can take advantage of free WiFi to update their blogs with time-lapse photos of a sandwich being eaten.