Well, this was a bit of a shocker… The other day, when I popped in for a green lemonade to M Café Beverly Hills, I was greeted with a note on the front informing me that after 10 years they had “officially closed”. Not sure what happened, but I’ll keep my eye on their space at 9433 Brighton Way to see what develops.
Sadly, “contemporary macrobiotic” food source The Market at M Café has quietly closed down its location at 11678 San Vicente Blvd. in competitive Brentwood. But all is not lost: The notice on the door lets us know that they have a new location at 1800 Highland in addition to their other two locations and are looking to expand further. I’ll keep my eye on the space to see what develops…
M Café in Beverly Hills is celebrating its fourth anniversary at that location and to celebrate, they’re offering a special deal until this Thursday, February 28th. Get $4 off any order over $15 after 4pm. Read more at: mcafedechaya.
M Café has really focused on cleansing and healthy eating with its “Renew, Recharge, & Reset Your Life” program. Tonight from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Beverly Hills location, M Café’s Chef Lee Gross and Holistic Nutritionist Elissa Goodman will be offering a cooking demo to kickstart your way to a maco-marvelous you. Included in the demo are: Homemade Almond Milk, Raw Harvest Kale Salad with Quinoa, Avocado & Lemon Dressing, and Hearty Root Vegetable Stew. Cost is $35. You must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to score a seat. Read more at: mcafedechaya.
Feeling like you overdid it during the holidays? Need a jump-start to 2013? M Café has the solution… Along with certified holistic nutritionist Alissa Goodman, they have created a signature 5 day macro cleanse intended to “Renew, Recharge, and Reset” your body, mind, and metabolism, and who doesn’t need that right about now? Check out a sample menu here: RESETMENU and read more here: mcafedechaya.
Starting Friday, August 24th through September 7th, M Café is having its annual contest, “Microtize Me”. Submit your idea of your favorite naughty comfort food, and if they take up your challenge to create a healthy macrobiotic replica, you could win a dinner for four and a “goodie” bag, plus your idea will be featured on the menu at both locations for two weeks. Submit your ideas via Facebook, Twitter, on at either location. Find out more at: mcafedechaya.com.
Looking for a vegan, macrobiotic option for your Fourth of July barbeque party this year? Look no further than M Café. They’ve neatly wrapped up an impressive party package to help you create your backyard burger bar. Available to serve either 4-6 ($80) or 8-10 ($160), each deal comes with Big Macro Patties, Soy Mozzarella Cheese, Special Sauce, Whole Wheat Buns, all the fixin’s, and two deli salads such as Kale with Spicy Peanut Dressing, Creamy Cole Slaw, or Scarlet Quinoa. Just throw those burgers on the barbie and your set. Get more info at: mcafedechaya.com.