A nice cross between a convenience store and a grocery store - the place you want to have around the corner when you run out of syrup midway through the pancakes.
In addition to a full complement of coffee and tea beverages, Bennu offers pastries and prepared foods from local companies 24 hours a day.
Perfectly engineered biscuit sandwiches with classic fillings, like the Bird Bird Bacon, a tried-and-true combo of bacon, fried egg, and cheddar cheese dressed up with chipotle mayo.
This trailer serves excellent Louisiana-style fare.
For Southerners, this is the familiar food that your granny used to cook. Meat with two sides, done right, and it changes every day. Try the roast beef and sweet-potato pie.
This Manor Road pub is geared toward sandwich-loving beer drinkers, and claims fame for fantastic poutine, a Canadian dish featuring french fries topped with cheese curds and drenched in gravy.
The same thin-crust pies and Italian subs you loved at the original Crestview location are dished out at this Windsor Park outpost.
There are still some eclectic grocery items here, but the real story is 24 local and craft beer taps and a collection of small plates for happy hour and late-night foragers alike. Breakfast tacos emerge at 7am on weekdays here with a sassy sweet potato option, before the sandwiches steal the spotlight. Wine alternatives include three whites, three reds, a sparkling, as well as a rose by the glass. We wonder if we can still get a Slushie...
Go during the day for a full serving of your daily veggies in the Bloody Mary, which is really a salad in a glass. It’s a mild-mannered, daytime coffee shop that evolves into a comfortable bar after dark, offering fabulous drinks in a room filled with furniture worthy of any good thrift store score.
Pick up some tasty sandwiches on fresh bagels here.
This friendly coffee shop has a broad menu of coffees, paninis, breakfast tacos, and salads, as well as pastries from Quack's Bakery, Celeste's Best, and Rockstar Bagels.
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