This is a fun place that has a great retro 1950s feel. It is more of a cafe than a bakery. The baked good selection appeared to be primarily squares and "design-your-own" cupcakes. The squares are massively rich - you could probably share one with 3 or 4 other people! They also have an old-time soda fountain that looks enticing.
My dining companion had the Greek omelet with home fries (both white and sweet potatoes) and home-made bread and swore it was one of the best breakfasts she had ever eaten! I had the chicken Ruben sandwich made with real chicken sliced off a roasted chicken and home-made rye bread. It was a top quality sandwich and incredibly filling. If you order it, I recommend a different bread since their rye is quite sweet with molasses - not the taste you want on a Rueben.
The place appears to be short staffed in the morning: there was just one guy taking orders, cooking, and cleaning up. I don't know if that is the normal state of affairs, but they should really have 2 people there to keep up.
If you are in New London, do not miss this place. It is on a one-way street so it is a bit tricky to find. It is close to the train station and ferry terminal, so the perfect place to grab a bite before travelling. I assure you that you will not have to eat again for a long time!
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