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History of Daphnes Greek Cafe

20 years in the making, Daphne’s California Greek rises like a triumphant phoenix from the ashes of Daphne’s Greek Café. Founded in 1991 in San Diego by professional soccer player George Katakalidis as a fast, easy way to get quality Greek fare, the corporation sold in July 2010 as part of bankruptcy proceedings to Trefethen Advisors.

William Trefethen and his team have crafted a menu honoring many of the same mouth-watering Mediterranean items as its predecessor, but boasts a figure conscious 700 calorie count or less for most entrees. The new concept is to take the bright, healthful flavors of traditional Greek food and marry them to a decidedly California bistro style menu.

Menu Items

Still in play are the dishes fans of Daphne’s have come to crave. Spicy fire feta, savory lemon rice soup, grilled beef, chicken or vegetarian kabobs, and tender, freshly carved gyros are all available on the new menu, satisfying loyal customers of this Western United States chain.

Innovative additions include a whole wheat version of the traditional soft pita bread as well as a beautiful selection of entrée salads with roasted chicken and pesto as well as a chargrilled Chilean salmon flavored with garlic and herbs. Many plates are offered with your choice of two sides including hummus, rice pilaf, tabouli salad, smoky fire-roasted vegetables and more.

Since the calorie counts are so low, diners should feel no guilt indulging in a square of the house baklava or a chocolate covered caramel pecan with the surprise crunch of phyllo hidden in the layers.

Eco-Friendly Restaurant

Another modern feature of Daphne’s California Greek is their dedication to an eco-friendly, sustainable dining experience.

By the end of 2011, all of Daphne’s California Greek restaurants will be renovated to emphasize the fact that fast food doesn’t have to mean plastic tables and throwaway silverware. Bamboo furnishings as well as reusable plates and flatware are all part of their contemporary approach to casual dining.

Daphne Cali Greek Coupons

Coupons for Daphnes Cafe

Whether you’re a traditional Daphne’s faithful or simply curious to try out their new menu, there are rewards programs, incentives, and coupons available to encourage you to walk in the door.

Daphne’s California Greek offers customers a chance to enroll in their Pita Points program earning a $10 coupon for every $200 spent, in addition to e-mail blasts with special monthly offers and coupons to celebrate your birthday and Pita Points Membership Anniversary.

Signing up is easy and there is no card to remember to present at the time of purchase. Simply give the cashier your telephone number when you order and the points will be automatically added to your account.

Coupons by Mail

Watch your mailbox for full color, glossy coupons from Daphne’s California Greek Buy One Entrée, Get One 50% Off and the highly coveted Buy One Entrée, Get the Second Free coupons will arrive occasionally with your usual weekly supply of grocery store flyers and other ads.

Keep an eye on the expiration dates carefully, because these deals never last long. Other common coupons are specially priced entrée items, such as a Pita combo for $4.99 (regularly $7.99) or a free Kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée. Another great way to get a coupon is to simply ask at the counter.

With the name and logo change, Daphne’s wants to ensure repeat business and will occasionally offer a coupon after purchase to encourage their customers to come back and try something different.

Printable Coupons

It’s easier than ever to find printable discounts online, too. “Like” Daphne’s on Facebook and they’ll like you back with a printable coupon. Dedicated Greek food lovers can subscribe to their Twitter feed to stay up to date on current promotions and discounts.

Askforadeal.com helps match consumers, including hungry Daphne’s diners, with the deal of their choice by contacting the company and requesting a discount on the shopper’s behalf. A quick Google search of Daphne’s California Greek or Daphne’s Greek Café coupons will also yield some printable discounts, but approach the source and validity of each coupon with caution.

Sitting in your mailbox or waiting in your inbox, coupons for Daphne’s California Greek are out there if you know where to look. Stay alert as these coupons don’t come as often as other casual dining restaurant deals and their expiration dates tend to have narrow time frames.

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