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What You'll Get
Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Take advantage of baked innovation with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $14 worth of coffee, tea, and sandwiches at Yola's Café.
Yola's Café’s amiable fare artisans stuff early-rising stomachs with baked goods and breakfast fare, while a packed menu of sandwiches, salads, and soups sate lunchtime cravings. Or, order a strawberry-sprinkled golden malted belgian waffle to send taste buds on a culinary voyage through whipped-cream mountains and rivers of buttery syrup ($5.49). Baked oatmeal fills bellies with dried cranberries and pecans with a helping of milk and brown sugar ($4.99). Once the sun has claimed its fiery, noontime throne, mouths can munch a grilled-chicken caesar wrap ($6.79) whose delicately seasoned poultry satisfies like a well-delivered Shakespearean soliloquy about proper grill technique. Alternately, complement the provolone-garnished crunch of a Yo's chef salad with a cup of smooth and steamy soup for a well-balanced lunchtime treat ($7.49).
Owner Lance Ratze named Yola’s Café for his grandma Yola, a sensational cook who hoped to own a café but passed away before realizing her dream. Today, Yola's aims to recreate its namesake's hospitality with a welcoming staff and a play area for kids. In addition. a rotating selection of local artwork aims to inspire diners’ creativity, motivating aspiring sculptors to finish their 56-foot-tall statue of the Fonz.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid for retail. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Yola's Café
Owner Lance Ratze named Yola’s Café for his Grandma Yola, a sensational cook who hoped to own a cafe but passed away before realizing her dream. She did come close, though. In addition to filling her kitchen with restaurant equipment, she piled her basement's ping-pong table high with roast beef, waffles, and pies so as to serve as many people as possible.
Today, Yola's aims to recreate its namesake's hospitality by filling stomachs with baked goods. By lunch, artisans dole out sandwiches, salads, and soups to sate midday cravings. As they dine, grownups peruse a rotating selection of local artwork, while kids play with the cafe's toys, board games, and an old tin can.