With its convenient location, delicious food, and fair prices, Meshuggah Cafe is a favorite for Washington University students. There is nothing like a morning stroll down the Loop that ends with a bagel sandwich and honey vanilla latte. As if we need another reason to love the cafe, Meshuggah has added a section on its menu to purchase one of those delicious bagels for a frontline worker.

About Meshuggah Cafe 

Meshuggah is a locally owned, independent business that prides itself on its involvement in the St. Louis community. Its menu items are locally sourced and customizable to fit a number of different food preferences. In addition to their locally sourced food, the cafe rotates the artwork of local artists. Evenings at Meshuggah occasionally feature slam poetry or local musicians.

Items for Frontline Workers

The menu items that can be purchased for frontline workers include the turkey club, a breakfast bagel, a bagel with cream cheese, and a cinnamon roll.

The Full Menu

While you’re at Meshuggah buying a meal for a frontline worker, you might as well get yourself a little something too. Of course, there are delicious classics like a bagel sandwich with scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese, but there are also items like avocado toast, curried chicken salad, and fruit smoothies. Some items like Gwyne’s Garden bagel sandwich can be made vegan, and there are also gluten-free bagel and bread options.

Whether you’re looking to support local businesses and frontline workers or just searching for a delicious breakfast spot, give Meshuggah’s a try.

“We’re in this together...but from a distance” - Meshuggah’s Cafe