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Of all the lunch joints, in all the towns, in all the world, Café Morocco is definitely worth walking into -- which is lucky for you, since today's deal gets you $5 for $10 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks during lunch. When it comes to the menu, the fundamental things apply: Middle Eastern favorites like gyros, falafel, homemade hummus, harira soup, and sambousek (a type of fluffy, savory pastry filled with spinach or cheese) round out the authentic offerings at this Alhambra Boulevard spot. Step into the cozy dining room, decked out in beautiful tapestries and enriched with the sounds and smells of North Africa, and you'll feel instantly transported to a more exotic locale. Try something new with this deal, and -- who knows? -- it might just be the beginning of something beautiful.
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Party platter features signature pulled pork or chicken, two sides, and dinner rollsFeeds up to 14 peopleCall at least 72 hours in advance to order Pick it up at this Broadway eatery in Sacramento
Fact: Coffee is delicious. You know that -- but what you might not know is just how delicious it can be. Bloom Coffee & Tea ensures fine taste in every cup it brews, so drop $10 and get a $20 gift card to use on food and drink in this Roseville spot. Situated on Eureka Road, Bloom serves up cups of classy French-pressed joe -- like the izote, a Salvadoran blend splashed with flavors of bourbon, créme fraîche, and honey -- and house espresso. You can also sip a glass of velvet dessert, which is a cold-brewed rooibos iced tea featuring hints of apple, cocoa, and mint. As for food, breakfast is served all week until at least noon. We recommend the strawberry-amaretto French toast, but you could dig in to a bowl of oatmeal as well. That's a fact.
You can't pick up local farm-to-fork foodstuff at any ol' grocery store. For such sustenance, track down Feeding Crane Farms: Pay $7 and get $15 to spend on fresh, organic produce. Featuring perfectly ripe veggies plucked from its Natomas farm, this foodie outpost -- which thrives year-round at Country Club Plaza's farmers' market, among others -- harvests its goods to enrich the diets of Sac-Town city folks. Community Supported Agriculture is a growing industry across the country, and Feeding Crane Farms is proud to be a part of the local network -- providing convenient access to healthful and sustainable eats for all. Depending on the season, you can pick up agrarian gems like winter squash, tomatoes, long beets, salad mix, and more. Best yet, everyone's friendly -- and there's no need to worry about awkward self-checkout lines.
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