Crepes Deals in Oakland
Sometimes we crave a bijou (French for jewel), and sometimes we crave the brilliant contemporary cuisine from Bijou Restaurant & Bar. With today's deal, $39 (regularly $109) gets you a prix fixe dinner for two (put those savings toward a new necklace). Your feast at this chic Hayward eatery includes two appetizers (Caesar salad, tuna tartare, or beef carpaccio), a couple of entrées (oven-roasted sea bass, lobster pot pie, or roasted chicken thighs), two glasses of champagne, and a pair of desserts (crêpes chantilly, double-chocolate mousse, or croissant pudding). Brimming with a lively ambiance, this sublime French-Californian restaurant uses locally sourced, organic ingredients in its carefully crafted dishes, and serves up a low-key, swanky vibe, thanks to warm lighting and comfy leather chairs. Illuminate your evening at this culinary gem, and toast its twinkling radiance. Want more? Check out Bijou Restaurant & Bar on Facebook.
Pay $5 today and you'll get $10 to spend on food and drink from Cafe M, powered by Takeout & Delivery from LivingSocial. Fluffy buttermilk pancakes and decadent, bacon-topped eggs Benedict start your morning off right at this Fourth Street crêpe house. Come lunchtime though, and this spot undergoes a full-on transformation to eclectic bistro, evidenced by flavorsome, hand-crafted sandwiches like the mighty marinated grilled chicken dressed in a kickin' cilantro-jalapeño aïoli. Freshly pressed paninis, blue cheese-stuffed burgers, and a worthy cast of taco salads round out the menu.
Described as an "unexpected gem," by Weekend Adventures in San Francisco & Northern California, Bijou Restaurant & Bar combines contemporary California flavors with classic French cuisine -- perfect for a romantic evening out: • $39 ($112 value) for a prix-fixe dinner for 2 including 2 glasses of champagne • Make a reservation for any day of the week • More than 3,500 Facebook fans love it A Jewel in Hayward Your feast includes two appetizers (ahi tuna tartare, baby back ribs, or Caprese salad), two entrées (pan-seared scallops, tiger prawns, pan-seared salmon, or beef bourguignon), a pair of desserts (croissant pudding, crêpes, or pain perdu), and two glasses of champagne. Brimming with a lively ambiance, this sublime restaurant uses locally sourced, organic ingredients in its carefully crafted dishes, and serves up a low-key, swanky vibe, thanks to warm lighting and comfy leather chairs. Bijou Restaurant & Bar's Website | Facebook
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Valid only for dine-in • Entire value must be used in a single visit
We can think of no more perfect way to while away the weekend than at a table overflowing with Italian-leaning brunch fare at this classic Park Street restaurant and wine bar: • $20 for $40 to spend on brunch • Classics like crêpes, omelets, pancakes, and specialty coffees • Brunch served Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon to 3:30 p.m., as well as an additional Sunday morning menu offered from 9 to 11:30 a.m. "Head to C'era Una Volta when there is time for lingering because Cheryl Principato and chef Rudy Duran want diners and friends to enjoy their home-spun version of an Italian enoteca from start to finish and get a real taste of Tuscany." - Alameda Magazine Tasty Breakfast Fare in a Chic Setting The lemon ricotta pancakes are a particularly indulgent way to kick off your weekend festivities, as is the crêpe with Nutella. As for savory taste buds, diners will find favorites like the frittata with zucchini, onion, and provolone; and the classic Caesar salad with aged Parmesan. Check the selections on the Brunch for Two -- it's sure to satisfy your hearty appetite. C'Era Una Volta's Website | Facebook