As fun to say as it is cute, funky, and downright delicious, this petite light-filled café sits quietly in a previously breakfast-barren stretch of North Albina Street, and from the moment they open the doors at 8am, the staff is cutting slices of ethereal homemade honey pie, doling out gooey sticky buns and blueberry cornmeal muffins, pouring hot cups of Extracto coffee into mismatched crockery, and dishing up hearty breakfast and lunch plates as fast as they can, to overjoyed neighborhood residents and gastro-tourists alike, all whom pack themselves into the handful of tables and window bar like happy hash-devouring sardines.


Cuisine: New American

Executive Chef: Eloise Augustyn and Annastacia Weiss

Owner: Eloise Augustyn and Annastacia Weiss

Outdoor seating: Sidewalk tables

Best Seat: Window bar or the semi-private table in the far right corner

Noise Level: Quiet to Boisterous

Dress Code: Casual

Bring the Kids: Yes

Bathrooms: Across from the register

Parking: Street parking is free and easy to find

Cocktails: No

Beer: Stiegl, $5

Wine: Mimosa, $6

Teetotalers: Kombucha, orange juice, Mexican Coca-Cola, elderflower spritz, Arnold Palmer

Coffee: Extracto

Tea: Townshend's, PG Tips

Ideal Meal: Berry muffin, honey pie, cinnamon bun, Baker's Breakfast, granola, smoked trout with rye, corncakes, salad Niçoise

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Good for the following occasions: Brunch With Friends, Brunch With The Parents, Brunch With Out Of Town Visitors, Solo Brunch, Getting Honey Pie With Your Honey Pie

Reservations: No

Take-Out: Yes

Delivery: No