Casual bakery/cafe serving hearty portions of eclectic comfort-food with a Southern slant.
Food was great minus the hairs on the edge of the kid's plate. (Not photographed) The wait was longer than expected and the kids hadn't eaten anything all morning so they did not want to ask for a refire. We went around 9AM on a Saturday and the place was just picking up. We had a 5-7 minute wait to be seated on the third floor. The seating up there is mostly uncovered. Next time I'll probably ask for seating on the first floor, which in hindsight I wasn't sure why they didn't place is there and there was two large tables available... The server was kind but service was slow which was interesting as we tried to avoid the line that starts around 10-11AM. I would definitely ask that all cooks wear a hairnet. I used to work with someone as a server who had this same issue with his hair falling out all the time and we'd get onto him about the hairnet. Hopefully next time will be much better as I have heard nice things about this place.
Unique building and decor. Plenty of variety on the menu and the food is delicious. The service was excellent.
Do you want to treat someone special? Are you hungry for real sized portions? Do you like cafe/bistro/bakery food? Atmosphere is eclectic, the service is usually top notch, but the food is better. I don't care if you want to eat in the library, atrium, green house, out front on McKinney people watching (or showing,) they have it all. Keep it up and thank you for over 25 years of excellent food and service!
The staff was very welcoming and observant. Makes me feel like I am back in Sacramento.
We went on a Sunday and it was busy but we didn’t wait more than about 20 minutes for a party of 3. The pineapple upside down mimosa is a must try, very delicious. Everything we had was delicious but i did find the breakfast potatoes a bit too salty, but still good. Our server was super sweet, attentive but not too much so. Would definitely come here again.