We had lunch here twice in our three days in Telluride. The only reason we didn't go back the third day was because we were on a hike. First day we had the chicken salad wrap and the second day the turkey sandwich. Both of...More
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Went in based on recommendations for breakfast. I had bagel& lox sandwich, which was excellent- lox was fresh, greens were crisp, and cream cheese has fresh chives mixed in. Bagel was made in house and was good, but not a NY style. Wife had the...More
Lunch is always good. Sandwiches interesting and tasty. Went for "Bird and Bubbles" for dinner. Champagne was good. HUUUUUGE half a chicken was served (I have a hard time believing it was organic given its size) and was raw. They took it away and totally...More
Thursday lunch. The best lunch we had in Telluride. My turkey sandwich had fresh-carved turkey with fig and arugula. Side chips were good too. My companion's salmon salad was super. A great chocolate chip cookie too.
Perfect spot for a delicious breakfast/lunch, coffee or quick cocktail (good rose specials in the summer). They have an assortment of fresh sandwiches and salads available at lunch (note, you can also a plate with 3 sides, which I highly recommend). Cute ambiance as well.
Introduced to us by one of our guides. Clearly a bakery that offers itself up as offering breakfast, not the other way around. It is easy to get to on Main St on the way to the mine side of town. Great out door seating....More
I had egg and bacon and cheddar egg sandwich it was delicious and one of my friends had the oatmeal which she raved about. We all shared a cinnamon roll which was baked very - light and fluffy with great portion of cinnamon and icing.
very tasty lunch sandwiches, soups, great cafe, pastries, salads, healthy, adventurous menu (not just conventional offerings), e.g. goat cheese, pear, arugula, walnuts! fruit smoothies
Came in on a slow evening during the Ride festival. I had been working the event and stopped in for a snack and drink. Like most mountain towns, there was not A/C in the building, so it was pretty quiet inside. I sat at the...More