Sapna Cafe - CLOSED
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phoenix New Times' Description
Sapna Café owner Ana Borrajo is the kind of creative free-spirit whom you"d expect to make a pit stop here on her way to some other metropolis. Instead, she just opened her own restaurant in the renovated Bragg"s Pie Building - a 1947 Streamline Moderne structure that hugs the 45-degree corner of Grand Avenue and McKinley. The menu is simple, fresh, and jaw-droppingly cheap, from thick, chunky Gypsy Stew to salads made with organic greens from Maya"s Farm. Daily specials, served with salad and bread, are downtown"s best lunch deal.
Tips from foursquare
Grilled eggplant, chicken, red suace and penne pasta
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"The Vegan" is delicious. Much better than the typical blandness people come up with for vegan sandwhiches.
The vegan gluten free pumpkin pancakes are the greatest breakfast food ever!
First time eating there last night and was super satisfied with my Moroccan eggplant salad! Can't wait to go back!
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