This daytime cafe on Fairfax near the Grove shares space with a yoga studio and is about what you’d expect from a cafe that shares space with a yoga studio. It’s quiet and calm, with a menu full of vegan and vegetarian options. And the food is pretty great - especially the carrot tartine that involves a thick slice of bread topped with mushrooms, beets, crispy leeks, and a fantastic carrot puree.
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