photo credit: Allison Green
This neighborhood favorite is an ideal spot for a casual, delicious brunch. It’s hidden in a small courtyard, so it has a quiet vibe that appeals to both locals and the visitors who manage to find it. The menu is compact but comprehensive, skewing more savory than sweet. The chilaquiles with chorizo and a fried egg are an excellent wake-up call, especially if you also order the sake-spiked Bloody Mary. If you have a sweet tooth, try their dutch baby with passionfruit curd and matcha, served in a personal-size cast-iron pan that makes it way more fun to eat.