Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at The Belmont Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.


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In a Nutshell

Staple diner dishes such as no-frills burgers, waffles, skillets, and buttermilk pancakes at centrally located cafe with outdoor seating

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 visit. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per group, per day. Valid only for option purchased. Redemption for carryout/delivery option only available through Must use promotional value in 1 purchase. Not valid toward taxes, gratuity or delivery fees. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

$11 for $20 toward breakfast, lunch or dinner for dine-in for two or more people

$20 for $40 toward breakfast, lunch or dinner for dine-in for four or more people

$14 for $20 toward carryout or delivery

  • Valid for pickup and delivery
  • Orders available: Mon.–Fri., 11 a.m.–11 p.m. and Sat,–Sun., 9 a.m.–10 p.m.
  • Delivery radius: North to Lawrence, South to Division, West to Western, East to Lake Michigan
  • Minimum order amount: $10
  • Delivery fee: $3
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How to Order Online

  1. Purchase offer for delivery or pickup.
  2. Click “Order Now” on the confirmation page, or visit “My Groupons” at any time to begin your order.
  3. Select “delivery” or “pickup” to view the menu, place your order, and automatically apply your Groupon.
  4. You’ll receive a confirmation email with the time your order will be ready.

Belgian Waffles: More to Brussels than Sprouts

A big, fluffy star of the breakfast menu is the belgian waffle. Learn how it rose so high with Groupon's look at its history and recipe.

The thick belgian waffle’s especially deep divots frequently hold butter, syrup, or whipped cream, but when they first debuted they were covered in nothing but strawberries. Waffles weren’t anything new to Belgian diners when chef Walter Cleyman brought his thick, fluffy variety to the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958, yet his recipe—which he called Brussels waffles—became a hit. In 1962, he brought them to the Seattle World’s Fair, where he sold more than 500,000, licensed the recipe to a local restaurant, and helped start a craze that finally took people's minds off the Hokey Pokey.

Previous schools of waffle-making often simply poured pancake batter into a waffle iron. What set Cleyman's waffles apart from the pack was the addition of beaten egg whites, which added fluffiness, plus yeast to make them rise and add an extra tang from the fermentation. In Belgium, they're still huge and still called Brussels waffles. Meanwhile, US breakfasters call them belgian waffles, although the recipe has evolved over time and boasts a number of variants.

Customer Reviews

A quaint little restaurant with great classic music playing at just the right level. Our breakfast was yummy.
Debra W. · April 18, 2016
Intelligentsia coffee! Great food. I recommend the skillets. Pancakes were very fluffy and delicious.
Lauren A. · April 15, 2016
Friendly staff. Good food.
Vanessa Z. · April 11, 2016

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