We enjoyed high-quality, freshly made food, including delicious salads, quiche, fresh carrot juice and baked goods. Recommended!
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Food here is always wonderful, although sometimes there is quite a wait especially around lunch hour. I love the Greek salads and pulled pork nachos. For gluten free patrons: They have quite a few options for meals that are gluten free. They also have gluten...More
We were vacationing in the area and wanted breakfast. We stopped and ordered muffins, a veggie breakfast sandwich and a breakfast burrito. The burrito was tasty and big. The muffins were just ok and the veggie breakfast sandwich was fair. I think it's a little...More
Between the "one-way sections of the US 101 in Crescent City, make this stop for an excellent quick bite & coffee. Whether traveling North or South, access is easy. Breakfast sandwich, quiche or bakery items to go can satisfy you on the coastal drive!
One of the best kept secrets in town. Seek them out and try the Bahn Mi sandwich. I can almost promise you have never tried this sandwich anywhere else. Their bakery items are the best in town too.
My husband and I had breakfast here one morning when we spent an overnight trip on the coast. If we had stayed more than one night, we would have happily enjoyed coming back here for another meal, and another breakfast, too! It's small and there's...More
Had the pesto sandwich for lunch at my job interview last week. The people at the office said that is one of the best choices from Vita Cucina. It was still warm when arrived and slightly crispy. It was very good. I'm sure it would...More
The lady at the visitor's center indicated this was close to us. We stopped in for coffee and pastries to soothe our sweet tooth.. The coffee was very good, but the pastries were beyond belief. The portions were huge. We enjoyed the leftovers later. Great...More
On the last day of our stay in Crescent City we found this wonderful little place to have our kind of vacation breakfast, a great cup of coffee and something light. (Tho' they had many regular breakfast possibilities.) They not only had croissants to please...More