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Saffy's Coffee & Tea
A sexy dinner with the skewer-slingers at Saffy's is fun, but you should also make your way to their casual bakery and cafe next door for breakfast. On weekends, Saffy’s Coffee and Tea serves a full Arabic breakfast spread and it’s more than worth getting out of bed at a reasonable time to go eat. You’ll get spicy shakshuka, brioche challah, clotted cream with honey, marinated olives, and a chopped salad for $24. They’ve also got buttermilk biscuits with housemade jam, potato curry bourekas, and other flaky pastries you can add on to your feast. Just keep in mind that brunch ends at 3pm and all of the seating is outside on their sidewalk patio, so the likelihood of a cute dog spotting is quite high.
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