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The outside screams hidden gem type of place. Even the interior initially left my husband and I a bit confused because we didn’t see a hanging menu, but alas it was there on the counter. Absolutely amazing bagels. The sandwich ingredients were fresh. I just...More
We had cafe au lait, coffee, a lox bagel everything, Capone everything (egg, prociutto and pesto) and Nutella plain. The hot drinks were good and my Mom loved the lox bagel, she never had a better one she said! Capone was not my thing as...More
As a native New Yorker, i’m fussy abt my bagels & I must tell u that whenever I come 2 Maine 2 visit my niece, we stop 4 brunch at 158 Pickett 2 enjoy their unique & delicious creations. This place is wonderful! The variety...More
I love their breakfast menu! Amazing bagels, awesome omelets, and the best bacon in town! Their outside seating is in a cute backyard setting, and the indoor setting is small but cozy. Also, perfect to bring kids!!!
Visiting my "Maine lover " at Fish camp here in south Portland on the ocean I came across this cute homey café that serves some of the best sandwich you can find in south Portland well worth the detour if you are in this particular...More
This was an unplanned stop after a trip to Bug Light, and it turned out to be great. Very friendly service and excellent food. One of us ordered the turkey, bacon, avocado home fry special, which was delicious. The other was a salmon bagel, also...More
Been here twice, once as a visitor to SoPo and now as a resident. Both times, there was a short 10 minute line, which is always a good sign; a line to show that locals alike love this place, but short enough that it's not...More
Frequently referred to as a "Locals" place, after one visit you can see why. "Funky" is a description associated with the decor and it appears very appropriate. Considering all the other restaurants in the area, you think you've arrived at a closed or deserted "shack"....More