The Earl of Sandwich wished for a meal one could eat from horseback, whereas Baron von Pizza sought an edible replacement for wagon wheels and the Duke of Smoothie had no teeth. Name your favorite repast with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of dine-in or carryout café fare at Serenity Market & Café in Rye, New Hampshire.
Serenity Market & Café's eclectic menu of sandwiches, pizza, salads, fruit smoothies, and breakfast fodder is made from locally grown scratch whenever possible. Sandwiches and wraps ($6.75 each) defy culinary classification, with such diverse offerings as the beef burrito—with homemade chili, black beans, and salsa in a garlic wrap poncho—and the café's pride-and-joy chicken-salad BLT, wrought with secret seasonings and acronyms. Fresh-baked muffins, danishes, and other oven-born sweets dominate the breakfast menu, which is served all day alongside smoothies ($5.50) such as the tropical tango, where sloshed bananas, pineapple, mango, and bee pollen mingle in a jacuzzi of orange juice. Pizzas ($13 for a cheese, $1.50/topping) may be draped in melty asiago, feta, or gorgonzola (among other cheeses) before being behatted with custom toppings and customer tongues.
Serenity Cafe & Catering
Owner Jacqui’s healthy take on homestyle cooking shines through in every entree at Serenity Cafe & Catering, whether she’s cracking eight eggs to make breakfast pizza in the morning or baking housemade dough for the oven-roasted turkey BLT. A bulk of the menu is dedicated to sating noontime appetites, with fruit smoothies, deli sandwiches, and a hummus wrap stuffed with roasted red-pepper hummus, sprouts, and avocado. Even the dessert menu, with the Wacqui Jacqui brand of gluten-free cookies, sticks to the healthy-living program
25 Sagamore Rd.
Rye, New Hampshire 03870Get Directions