Mead's Green Door Café is a Vegetarian/Vegan café located in Old Towne Orange, California. The café doors opened in January of 2013, but the Mead family has been serving the Old Towne community with great food in a fun family atmosphere for over 20 years. Starting with PJ Mead's Book and Coffee where PJ (owner Peggy Jane) started serving her amazing baked good to the locales of Orange. Then came PJ's Abbey Restaurant where Gary Sr. restored a beautiful 100 years old church and offered great food for people to enjoy at special family dinners. Now Gary Jr. has created a meatless menu full of flavor that satisfy all.
The Green Door symbolizes a greener way of living where we can nourish our bodies in a way that helps raise the vibrations of everyone that enters.
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First and foremost, we make delicious food. For some, it's hard to imagine delicious food that doesn't have meat in it. We're here to say that it is possible. Whether you are a meat-eater, a vegetarian or a vegan, you will find something to love at Mead's Green Door Café. We take pride in our menu, which features distinctive recipes developed with flavor (not just meatlessness) in mind. Check out our menu – there's a breakfast, lunch or snack in there for you somewhere.
Our café is already a generational business; we want it (and our planet) to be viable for generations to come. We recognize that resources are precious, and we strive to use them wisely. Wherever possible we use environmentally sustainable products, from recycled paper goods to locally grown produce, and we celebrate other businesses that do the same.
Since eating is almost as much about relationships as it is about sustenance, we know that good atmosphere is important. Sure, the Green Door Café is colorful and open, but atmosphere comes from people, too. Our café is staffed by bright people who work hard and have fun doing it. Our goal is for every customer to feel the fruits of that hard work and fun, and hopefully they will take those good vibes with them when they walk out our doors.