147 East Main Street, Suite D
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The donuts and pastries sell out quickly, so I suggest getting there early for your pick of the offerings! Today's case featured chocolate and regular croissants, coffee cake, chocolate donuts with peanut butter icing (sold out), yeast donut with white chocolate icing and fruity pebbles (one left), yeast donut with white chocolate icing and chocolate pretzels (sold out), yeast donuts with peach glaze, gluten-free donuts with peach glaze, plus what looked like regular glazed donuts with white chocolate and chocolate drizzle.
So after all that, what did I get? The Louie breakfast sandwich!! Don't get me wrong, I love a good donut, but the savory breakfast sandwiches were calling my name. (And don't worry, I'll be back soon for a donut sampling.) The Louie is a sandwich that comes on a biscuit and has egg, applewood smoked bacon, spinach, and roasted red pepper hollandaise. They had just served their last biscuit (I didn't get there until after 10am), so I got toasted sourdough instead, and it was perfect! You can get your eggs cooked to order, and I love a runny yolk, so naturally I went with over easy. It was a solid breakfast sandwich: perfectly cooked egg, crunchy bacon, crisp spinach, and yummy sauce!
They have a delightful coffee and drink bar - grab a sweet little mug and pour to your heart's content. If you eat-in, order at the counter and then sit with your table number. Plenty of folks were ordering out too, which could be the way to go if you work close by and want to take some donuts to your office mates!!