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Auntie Em’s 10th Anniversary Offer: 10 Breakfast and Lunch Items for Under $10 Through September

Visit the restaurant’s Facebook page to redeem the offer.

is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its opening in September 2002 with an offer of 10 of the restaurant’s favorite menu items for breakfast or lunch priced at $10 or under each.

The offer, announced Tuesday on Auntie Em’s Facebook page, is valid any day for the entire month of September. There’s no coupon involved.

Visit the restaurant’s Facebook page and look for a Tuesday post that has a photo of the grilled tomato and avocado open-faced breakfast sandwich shown here. Then redeem the offer by clicking on the “Get Offer” tab, which will automatically prompt Facebook to route a letter regarding the offer to your e-mail address. Bring the letter—a hard copy or the e-mail itself on your smart phone will do—to the restaurant and you’ll be good to go.

Here’s a list of the discounted menu items along with their prices:

• Breakfast Cajun turkey sausage and eggs open face breakfast sandwich: $9.95

• Black forest ham and eggs sandwich on pretzel bread: $9.95

• Applewood smoked bacon and eggs open faced breakfast sandwich: $9.95

• Vegetarian breakfast torte: $8.95

• Grilled tomato and avocado open-faced breakfast sandwich: $8.95

• Lunch Mobay cheese sandwich: $8.95

• Chicken salad sandwich: $9.95

• Tuna sandwich: $9.95

• Half Sandwich and soup or salad combo: $9.95

• Vegetarian torta sandwich: $8.95

i am i September 14, 2012 at 02:50 PM
why does everyone make such a big deal about this place ,it's over priced at the food is not that good ,but I must give credit where credit is due the pastries are delicious
mark September 14, 2012 at 07:21 PM
The waiting kills it for me. However I like they way you can serve yourself coffee during your long wait. Still Congrats on your ten year anniversary. That's big for a restaurant.
eaglerocker September 14, 2012 at 07:28 PM
Our family has been eating at Auntie Em's since it opened, and we're thrilled it's doing so well. In my opinion, it's best restaurant in Eagle Rock, hands-down. The menu is simple and market-based, with smart, hearty specials that rival some of the best stuff you'd get at any uber-expensive "new American" place on the westside. (The vaunted cupcakes are a sideshow, and so-so, frankly.) Plus, it's a woman-owned business. Terri, the owner, is a shining example of the "small businessperson" that the political parties go on about, but she's the real deal: she treats her loyal employees well, and they in turn treat customers even better.

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