We stopped in just as we arrived in town. Several brew options for self serve coffee and fresh food options as well. Art was on display by locals and the atmosphere was eclectic and friendly.
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Great place to catch food and people watch. Very busy (around 10:00) on a Monday. Ordered the veggie scramble (under potatoes), Lots of veggies, not much egg - but that's ok. Very good quantity and quality of food. Servers were very busy, but also very...More
Nice breakfast, casual atmosphere. Had Polenta Rancheros - eggs perfect, sauce and beans good. Polenta could have been a bit more grainy for me - it was softer inside tending towards a pudding texture. House coffee good strength, didn't need to go to Tonys next...More
This very popular breakfast restaurant features all the favorites. Every dish that I've tried was delectable. It's a fun way to start your day in Bellingham.
We had to wait awhile for them to set up a table outside for eight. It took longer for them to take our order, but everyone liked their breakfast meals, all delicious and presentation on the plates was good. price was fine.
We had a great cup of coffee there. Definitely a local spot. The baristas knew most of the customers by first name. We really enjoyed the atmosphere and friendliness of the staff.
A bit miffed that the Colophon cafe was not open for breakfast at 8: 30 am on a Sunday...but the locals said to come here. Glad we did. Super tasty place and busy ( always a good sign). The eggs Toulouse, the breakfast chimichanga and...More
Located in Fairhaven we stopped late morning and both had garden burgers which were excellent. A very busy place, the staff is very attentive. The prices are reasonable and some of the breakfast food being served to other tables looked wonderful.
A must spot to got to when taking a trip to Seattle. Always love stopping here for breakfast. Great food plus there is always a variety to choose from. Restaurant can get busy and service is very casual. Food is a thumbs up!!
It took the full attention of both the barista and the counter person to determine whether the guy with the whining hound outside was going to get a breakfast burrito or not for several minutes. Pulling shots for my husband's doppio? Not so much attention....More