Fun menu. Many breakfast options. Strong coffee and very friendly service. This Kitchen can cook. Affordable. Will go again.
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We enjoyed friendly service and simple good food at a really good price. A joyful crowd of karaoke singers livened up the atmosphere.
We have eaten breakfast/brunch here before, tonight we had dinner. The restaurant has expanded since last spring. I had Azteca soup and quiche - one or the other would have been enough. My husband had chicken fajitas. Chocolate soufflé for was very chocolatey with a...More
This is quaint little restaurant, but the service was very slow at first. We were the first ones there, but we waited for our coffees and it was a while to order our food. However, the food was good. The decor is quaint, and there...More
You know you’ve picked a good breakfast place when half the guests are locals. Very casual and affordable breakfast it makes a great contrast to the more high end restaurants that are better known. All the mini iron skillet dishes are delicious and the perfect...More
I love Oso Azul. I've eaten there many times and would almost give it five stars -- except I had an underwhelming tuna sandwich there once which knocks it down a star. Other than that...fabulous! The french toast with artisan sausage is super yummy, the...More
This is a funky cafe within an old Mexican house; small rooms with tall ceilings. Jens' special was delicious and served in a hot skillet. This is a remarkable concept because the food stays hot even though the air is cool. (The day we were...More