This is simple food that tastes good. My only gripe is that it’s stuff that can be very easily made at home for a tiny fraction of the cost. I don’t go out to eat to have stuff I can cook myself (and I’m not...More
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Crowded and noisy but still manages to be a very pleasant space. A rather limited menu and I'm not sure the flavor profile is worth all the raves ... I don't equate "hot" with flavorful. Still - an interesting experience.
We recently went there in late morning, but happily both breakfast and lunch items are available through the hours they are open. My companion had traditional scrambled eggs with a side of roast fingerling potatoes smothered in carmelized onions. I kept stealing these from his...More
I do think there is a lot of hype about this place, but their Grove pancakes make it all worth while. The amount of fruit topping these crepe like cakes are just the right ratio to make you feel like you are eating healthy.
Quite possibly THE WORST breakfast burrito that I have ever experienced. Had I not been with three friends who were on tighter timetables than myself, I would have sent it back and asked for something else. Or, failing that, I would have left altogether. The...More
We stopped in for breakfast on the way to Santa Fe. I had the Grove Pancakes and my wife had the Steel Cut Oat Bowl. Both were very fresh and delicious. The coffee was pretty good as well. The oat bowl in particular was huge!
We had breakfast here on a Sunday morning. It was packed! You order at the counter and there were some pretty long lines but they moved smoothly and the order taking and service were efficient. Good and interesting food. I'm not as keen on things...More