This place has great breakfasts! Awesome coffees! I am not an egg person and I thought had limited options but luckily there are great!
We initially intended on dining at the Origins across the street. But when we arrived we learned they were closed for menu changes. This was to be a birthday dinner for me and my preference ( dining with our 2 year old on the busiest night in Dallas (TX/OU game day) was to find a place that served organic food.... More
Found this restaurant on Tripadvisor and couldn't have been more pleased. It was fairly easy to get to with enough parking in the back. It was nothing to look at from the exterior....wouldn't have even considered it if I hadn't read the reviews. The food was really good. My omelet with lots of interesting ingredients was stuffed full. The challah... More
Healthy ingredients. Deliciously cooked and prepared. Perfectly seasoned grass-fed filet. Awesome salad. And delicious sweet potato hash.
I was really impressed with this place in all aspects but the service. They have a self-serve coffee bar with delicious coffee, unbelievable French toast, and the venison sausage was spectacular. I asked at the end of the meal if they had a loaf of challah I could buy, and they brought over a giant bagged loaf (I later made... More
My wife and I went to this tiny restaurant off of knox Henderson in dallas. We couldn't be happier with the food. It is very unassuming from the exterior, but inside they were making magic. The juice was fresh. I ad he Migas, with chicken and it was out of his world. We will definitely be back!
What a great breakfast. Check our pictures to see some of the great food - pancakes, stuffed French toast...so good. Everything is clearly homemade of high quality ingredients. The place is a little outside downtown and definately worth a trip for a great breakfast.
Everything from the service to the food was amazing. We decided on this place due to a recent change my husband had made in his diet so we needing a dining option that was all organic and had gluten free options. We started off the meal with the baked brie then order the Mardi Gras Pasta special, Chefs Cajun Pasta... More
Upon first look, we were both pretty "WTF is this place?" The decor is just odd, just needs more of a personal touch. But, I'm here for food, not decor! Can't eat a painting (though, show me where, and I will)! The menu was tough because there was SO much that sounded great! I settled on the Nick's Denver Scramble... More
Great paleo choices!! And I think that the delicious GF stuffed French toast might have even been grain free--it looked like a nut batter. Both the steak omelette and the French toast were fabulous! Service was a little slow/off, but the food made up for it.
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