Sunday, April 24, 2011

Dine & Dish: Devil’s Food

With deeply colored red walls and mix matched décor, this neighborhood bakery serves up brunch with quirky and enduring style. For the many morning diners waiting for a taste, there awaits menu offerings ranging from savory to sweet and a large pastry case filled with even more sweet selections.

On this spring morning, we ordered omelets – egg white style. Varieties tried were the Feta and kalamata olive, Caramelized onion and bacon, and Tomatoes and feta cheese omelets. Each omelet was fluffy and served with potatoes and daily bread. We also tasted a side order of cheesy grits which were as promised – cheesy. The Caramelized onion and bacon omelet was my favorite as it struck a balance of indulgent and fresh flavors that refreshingly did not require a post-brunch, food-induced afternoon nap.

Final word on Devil’s Food: Heaven is a little place named Devil’s Food.

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  1. Thanks for reading my Devil's Food by day D&D. Stay tuned for my D&D on Devil's Food by night.

  2. Simply delicious, and BTW I love food too :-)!!

  3. Thanks for checking out my blog Eftychia.Loving food is so fun!

  4. Let's go here next time I come to visit, bacon & caramelized onions, yum!!! xo

  5. We will go there for sure Carly. You'd really like the decor too. It's your style. :)