The bread has a soft interior mixed with feta and mozzarella magically baked into it. You can also order it with Z’houg, a middle-eastern cilantro spicy sauce. Theirs is the best in town. Z’houg is becoming more popular, and a yummy mild version is even being sold by Trader Joe’s. You can pick up an Israeli one in The Butcherie grocery store, but the best one in town is the fresh Z’houg at Broadsheet.
The rest of the breakfast menu (pictured below) is good, but we come here for the boat.
The Smoked Salmon Tartine and Museli Bowl were both decent.
They make a great Cortado and even draw nicely with oat and cashew milk (pictured below), which is no easy feat.