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“Welcoming Neighborhood Bistro”
Review of Crema Cafe - CLOSED

Crema Cafe
Price range: $1 - $20
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Families with children, Business meetings, Local cuisine, Large groups
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Buffet, Delivery
Reviewed November 3, 2012

I love Crema. The decor is gently Italianate with a nice little patio to one side. From brunch to lunch to dinner, their menu is straightforward and the food is always so good. Ingredients are locally sourced and generally organic. The Chef's Organic Scramble is different each week. It's my favorite on a weekend brunch visit. Roma style pizza, pasta and burgers/sandwiches are equally good. Coffee is spot on. And then there's the ever-changing and wonderful selection of ice cream, sorbet, and gelato. The frozen goodies are worth a visit all by themselves. The staff is always welcoming and the service perfect.

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Thank alleyraven
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Reviewed September 10, 2012

"Gelato" The best in town. their dinner menu is very good as well. Try all the gelato flavors you want, and pick your favorite. Notice: it might take you a little while to pick a flavor out of about 15 flavors on any given day. good service, friendly staff and good coffee.

Thank nrios
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

On a steaming hot July afternoon we walked into Crema Cafe. We weren't sure we wanted to stay as it seemed very small and the benches looked uncomfortable. I convinced my husband that the burgers had an amazing reputation. We were very pleased. The food was fresh, organic and tasted wonderful. The salads were disappointingly tiny but good. The icecream... homemade and worth every penny. We went back for breakfast the next morning for French toast with real maple syrup and caramelized bananas (didn't taste caramelized but good nonetheless) and eggs and bacon. The coffee was missable, (a French or Italian roast would've been much better) but the staff was friendly and warm hearted. We sat in the courtyard and totally enjoyed a quiet, lovely start to the day.

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Thank 754SueG
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Reviewed January 3, 2012

Burgers are super. ice cream is delish. the patio is dreamy.

Thank Betty T
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Reviewed August 14, 2011

Sebastian Joes gets a lot of great praise, and it should, it's really good. But if you want to sit and enjoy some very interesting AND tasty ice cream/sorbet at the location you buy it, this is the place to go. I had passionfruit sorbet and someone other delicious tiny bits of chocolate chip ice cream and my wife had sweet corn ice cream (she loved it) and cinnamon chocolate ice cream. Not cheap for ice cream though.

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Thank CRR0102LBSR
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