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What You'll Get
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, ahead of lunch, turbo-dinner, and the oft-overlooked Bucket of Things Stolen from the County Fair. Start your day off right with help from today's Groupon: for $5, you get two breakfast sliders, one orange juice, and your choice of any coffee or espresso drink at Slider Bar Café (up to an $11.76 value), located in Palo Alto. This deal is valid for dine-in breakfast only.
Slider Bar Café has built its breakfast menu atop a flavorful foundation of sliders—mini-sandwiches prepared with fresh ingredients and topped with naturally raised eggs and meats. Bite into the bite-sized bounty with two items from Slider Bar Café's slate of shrunken sandwichery. The classic American slider sneaks stars and stripes into stomachs via egg, crispy bacon, and American cheese atop an almost-American English muffin ($1.99), and the California slider sports a wheat-tortilla shawl swaddling egg, tomatoes, chives, avocado, pepper-jack cheese, and chipotle sauce ($2.99). For a delicious dive into diplomacy, opt for the Italian slider, stacked with pork sausage, egg, roasted red pepper, mushrooms, and a decadent roasted-garlic sauce ($2.99). Wash down eats with an orange juice ($2.49) and your choice of a coffee drink ($0.99–$3.29) from Slider Bar Café's roster of shippable eye-openers.
Roll out of your sensory-deprivation chamber and amble into Slider Bar Café's sleek interior of Halloween oranges, high ceilings, mirror-adorned walls, and countertop seating for a kick-start to your day of watercolor freeway-overpass painting and poetry-induced cry-a-thons.
More than 160 Yelpers give Slider Bar Café a 3.5-star average rating.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only toward breakfast menu. Dine-in only. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.