Milk and Honey Cafe
Location – 1920 W. Division (Division and Winchester)
In one word – Strollers
Food – This is a breakfast, brunch and lunch place. I was feeling healthy and got their granola (made by them) with fresh yogurt and fruit. I polished it off and would order it again. My eating partners had the huevos rancheros (very filling, comes in a casserole dish), the orange brioche french toast (it’s a bit too bready in my opinion) and the breakfast panini. All seemed very satisfied with their choices. Next time I think I’ll go for lunch and try their sandwiches.
Drink – We had coffee and orange juice. I was impressed with the coffee and appreciated the generous pours as it was early.
Service – You first stand in line and order and then your food is brought to the table. It’s the same way you order at Corner Bakery. I found that the service was good, they were pretty fast given the brunch rush, and didn’t make us rush through our meal.
Occasion – If you have a niece or nephew in town, this would be a fun place to try. Otherwise, you can catch up with your girlfriends or people watch to your heart’s content.
Dress – There were a lot of sweatshirts and other weekend morning wear. This is definitely not a fashion show.
Cost – My meal was cheap, $7 for granola and coffee.
If you like, try…Goddess and the Grocer, Bongo Room, Southport Grocery