The vibe is just right when arrive, both the customers and staffs are friendly. Baby meets a new girlfriend, a small poodle named Sophie, but he is playing hard-to-get when Sophie tries to initiate play with him. The diversity of the people at this place brings a smile to my face. We made friends with a family seated next to us on the patio who is from Oaxaca and El Salvador.
John's recommendation of The Classic Croissant is spot on, made with simple ingredients of Scrambled Eggs, Tomato, and Swiss Cheese. He was not exaggerating about the fluffiness of the Scrambled Eggs, with melted Swiss Cheese folded inside, it's like biting into a pillowy cloud of savory egginess.
Being the Burger sluts that we are, we had to try their new burger menu. The staff recommends The Hive, as the closest to a traditional Cheeseburger which I prefer, consists of Avocado, Arugula, Cheddar Cheese, Tomato, homemade Butter, Dijonnaise, on a Brioche Bun. The Beef Patty is ordinary but nicely seasoned, cooked medium-well. I find Arugula is a good balance to the sweetness of other ingredients. The Tater-tots that accompany are as crispy as they can get and still maintain moisture inside. A totally formidable burger that satisfies our craving.
The Iced Buzz Lavander Latte, made less sweet, is strong enough as an Espresso beverage with a hint of Lavander. We're so content with our meal, and Baby is happy to meet new friends, some called him "thick". With satisfying food and beverages, a nice patio for pets, and a generally good vibe, we can see this place easily included in our regular rotation. I feel the place might be Asian-own too, which gives me more reason to support them.