Nice place,small menu excellent food. Stay all day if you like. Overhead doors for good weather and outdoor seating
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At first visit, I was absolutely delighted by the quality of my capuccino, the danish (flaky with fresh fruit) and the service (fast, attentive and kind), so I brought more family to the place for breakfast. The second time around, the food was not as...More
My husband and I met a friend for lunch here recently and had a great time.We had tasty salads and enjoyed visiting in the friendly ambience. I'd return.
A fabulous find for salads and sandwiches, a quick lunch, or breakfast all day. Ample parking and friendly service, I thoroughly enjoyed my arugula salad.
I generally don't write reviews but I feel I must. We've eaten here before and it was fairly good so I brought a group today for hubbys birthday. Every egg ordered was overcooked. My burger, which I ordered rare, was more than well done and...More
You would never expect it in this part of town but the Daily Grind is an oasis of relaxing vibes. I used to be a regular when they were located downtown - they made an awesome oatmeal back then, and when they moved to mid...More
Table of four on a slow night with only two other tables occupied. We all had burgers & waited way too long for them to be served. Not to mention the 5 minutes they sat in the window, seriously. Cold fries and warm burgers. Forget...More
A friend who lives in Albuquerque took us here for lunch the other day, and the three of us had a delicious meal......I loved their version of a Waldorf Salad, my friends each had a chef's salad, and we were all clean platers! Portions are...More
We came upon the Daily Grind purely by chance as it's hidden away and not on a main thoroughfare. The decor is pleasant, seating is somewhat limited but turnover kept waiting times quite reasonable. Our server was attentive and pleasant. Prices are reasonable with a...More
It's close, it's delicious, it's local--don't miss out! The breakfast puff pocket (with green chile) and homemade scones alone are worth the trip!