Many American bistros differentiate themselves from their European counterparts by serving region-specific dishes and replacing cooks with Bruce Springsteen. Satisfy a hungry heart with today’s Groupon to Yogurt and Such Cafe in Albertson. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a $25 punch card.
- For $19, you get a $50 punch card.<p>
Buyers receive a punch card with each punch worth $5.<p>
Yogurt and Such Cafe’s menu doles out frozen treats alongside wraps and sandwiches stuffed with high quality meats from Prime Time Butcher. The California Burger wrap—one of 14 available wrap variations ($6.25)— pits veggie burger bits against lettuce, tomato, and a slathering of yogurt dill dressing. Patrons direct forks or antique eating gloves toward one of eight salads ($7–$11), including Ceasar, Cobb, and taco flavorings. Sides dishes can muffle slight hankerings with bagels ($1.50-$2), quesadillas ($3.95-$5.45), or baked potatoes ($4-$4.50).
Imbibed post-meal or as a post-marathon reward, frozen yogurt and glace ($3.90-$5.40) delight sweet teeth with low-fat ingredients in a perpetual rotation of flavors, which include cookies-n-cream for frozen yogurt and cappuccino for glace. European backpackers and retired malt shop burglars can reminisce with Italian gelato ($3.80-$5.50) in fruit and cream incarnations.