We're local and dine at Sweet Breads regularly. There are times when the fare isn't as good as others, but it's not often. Even one of their 'off' days is far tastier than the other local restaurants.
We had lunch there Saturday. I had the crab quiche and my husband had the turkey and brie. Both were good. The side of pasta salad served with the entrees is always "never fail" and I'd love to see it offered as a main dish selection. I was glad to see they now have Truvia on the table for sweetening.
The biggest problem with the new dining area is acoustics. Get more than five tables and the din can make table conversation difficult. Sitting in the hallway or the older front area is preferable if you want to hear what your dining companion is saying.
Their prices are quite reasonable for lunch. Dinner is a bit overpriced.
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