The kids opted for fresh waffles, served with fresh fruit.
We dined with a colleague from the visitors bureau who suggested the restaurant. This is her California Dreamer omelet with avocado, white cheddar, sour cream and jalapeños. As if that wasn't enough of a kick, she smothered it in srirachi ~ quite a brave soul. Looked fantastic, though, and she got an order of cinnamon toast with it. That's one menu item I've heard a few people rave about - the homemade cinnamon bread.
I got the Hippie with a Benz omelet filled with spinach, mushroom, tomato and feta cheese. Definitely one of the best omelets I've had (it ranks up there with the Silver Spoon in Valparaiso - one of my favorite spots for breakfast.) I got mine with sourdough toast that was lightly toasted and chewy and downright spectacular.
And one of the boys tried out the Cuban Breakfast, a plate of seasoned black beans and white rice with a fried egg, white cheddar and toped with avocado, sour cream and spinach-jalapeno sauce. Not the typical breakfast of a ten-year-old, but I love that he had an adventurous palate and he enjoyed the dish.
There's an extensive beverage menu of cocktails, juices, teas and coffee. Other intriguing menu items are the house-made granola, homemade wheat bread, matzo ball soup (served on Fridays), bagels with hummus or salmon and lentil pate.
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Patachou on the Park
Capitol and Washington (Simon Building)
(317) 632- 0765