My wife loves this place and so I was naturally curious after trying their fresh in-house baked bread. At home I thought it to be sourdough bread only to find out it was gluten free. So on a cool Sunday morning we visited their quaint little baker off Broadway for brunch.
I had the French toast and with a side of bacon and coffee. Simple. The French toast was excellent and filling. The syrup was more like thick honey, lightly drizzled over it reminding me of a childhood memory of Indian Fry Bread in Arizona. The bacon, well... nothing mind-blowing here. The "side" is a single strip @ $2.50. Chewy & well-done, but not burnt.
I'm a dessert kind-a-fellow and I had no room for it this time, as tempting as their display of desserts is.
Overall, I would go back and try other menus items but not a regular basis as it was a little pricey. My wife had quiche, along with my meal plus a loaf of gluten free bread to go = $40+ for two.
The atmosphere was casual/hippie/artsy so feel free to break out your Birkenstocks and flannel from the '90s and a pair of jeans.
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