Unlike speedy in-and-out coffee shops, cafés indulge fantasies of sneaking off through misty European streets paved with pain au chocolat and lined with biscotti parking meters. Indulge in savory streetside fare with today’s Groupon to Tomas Cafe & Gallery in Oxnard. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get two breakfast entrees and two drinks (up to a $32 value).
- For $21, you get two lunch entrees and two drinks (up to a $42 value).
Tomas Cafe & Gallery's bakers and baristas whip up a menu of breakfast and lunch spreads made from fresh, local ingredients, handcrafted pastries, and freshly brewed coffee drinks, earning the sip haven a glowing feature on NBC LA. The classic belgian waffle revs up still-sleeping stomach motors ($5) solo or with the aid of a fresh fruit topping ($1 extra). For lunch, chefs stack grilled polenta, sweet onion, mushrooms, bell peppers, and brie cheese doused in fresh pesto sauce into the mighty vegetable tower ($8), a culinary construction more inviting to the tongue than a basilica of ring pops. Complement your meal with a fresh, refreshing lemonade ($3), or savor a creamy cappuccino, whose invigorating espresso lurks beneath a thick layer of frothy steamed milk ($3).
In the comfortable café, large windows bathe up to 60 diners in natural sunlight, making it a pleasantly bright eatery to read, converse, or vaporize vampires in. Patrons relax at hardwood tables under soft lighting, enjoying their coffee and meals amid the work of local artists.
Tomas Cafe & Gallery
Tomas Cafe & Gallery, noted on NBC LA for their take on the classic Mexican breakfast dish chilaquiles, staffs a legion of chefs and baristas who craft inventive breakfast and lunch dishes from local ingredients paired with coffeehouse drinks. In addition to brewing their own blend of coffee, the baristas furnish empty hands with mugs full of latte or cappuccino. Guest dine within the restaurant’s vibrant dining room, which is decked out in neon pink and bright yellow walls speckled with local artwork. Natural light floods the interior, breathing life into overhanging palm trees, which are rumored to steal succulent cinnamon rolls while diners aren't looking.
622 S A St.
Oxnard, California 93030