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This classic al fresco French café doubles as a wine bar offering an inviting place to hang out and get to know the neighborhood. Stop by for an eye-opening morning café au lait while you savor a fresh-baked pastry, or one of eight breakfast sandwiches, including the tasty campagne: bacon, Brie, caramelized onions, and scrambled eggs. Traditional lunch and dinner offerings exude original touches; a Francophile fantasy of a Cuban sandwich with plenty of juicy pulled pork, and a tempura rock shrimp salad are sensational. Or simply sip one of a selection of unusual wines offered at unusually reasonable prices. The covered patio promises to protect your apple tart à la mode, without blocking that local vibe.
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Uva makes its croissants on-site and uses real butter. The result is flaky and airy, best enjoyed with a cafe au lait, while seated in the shade of the outdoor restaurant. Varieties abound: plain ($1.88), chocolate ($2.68), and ham and cheese, spinach and cheese, or almond (also $2.68). If you're not feeling French, they also have guava pastries and apple turnovers ($2.15). More »
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