The new page is a work in progress, please bear with us.
Our dinner staff, Sandi and Tram, are both away visiting their families for the holidays so we will not be serving dinner for the next two weeks. The bakery, on the other hand, is open per usual. Come on by for delicious pastries, sandwiches, and pies.
It was brought to my attention recently that our summer hours are not accurate on our web page. Because of our dinner service, we are open Thursday through Sunday from 6:30 am to 9:00 pm. We are a full service establishment beginning at
5:30 pm, we will serve desserts and coffee at your table after seating you, or sell baked goods to you for take-out. It is confusing that we switch over to full service at 5:30 and I do apologize for that, but hopefully you will stay and enjoy our delicious dinners. Right now our specials include clams, either in Pasta Vongole or served without pasta as an appetizer and a asian style preparation of mussels, with coconut milk and a hint of sweetness. Hope to see you soon!
Spring has sprung
the grass is riz
I wonder where
the birdies is
The Farmer’s Market opens on Thursday. Our new Market Man, Kyle, and I cleaned the stall on Sunday and I’ve got to say, it’s looking good. This year we’re going to sell more savory products like samosas and chicken pot pies. Weather forecast is looking good for the weekend, we might be busy.
The NE Neighborhood Association commissioned Rus Guh to make a sculture that represented the nature of the neighborhood. Originally it was placed on the side of the San Francisco Avenue hill but it wasn’t very visible there and the Association decided that it should be moved to a different site. Mike Drexel, the president of the association, approached us about locating the sculpture in front of the Bakery and we thought that it would look great there and we quickly agreed to the plan. The relocation is complete now and you can see for yourself that it looks fantastic and it can be seen by everyone who drives through the Bethel-San Francisco intersection, and by everyone who attends our local elementary school.