On Sunday mornings, there are almost as many people at this Yankee café (brick walls, a Warhol-style Kennedy painting, an Edward Hopperian bar, Coca Cola pin-ups) as at a Trump rally or a Greta Thunberg protest. The menu ticks off all the right boxes and is 99.9% homemade: eggs, salads, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, hot dogs, tacos, gluten-free… The day we went for lunch, we got the following from the unchanging menu, all of which arrived on our table at the same time: a plump buffalo chicken wrap (spicy, crispy chicken, romaine lettuce, pickles, cilantro, red onions, ranch dressing, €14.50); ceviche salad (bluefin tuna, avocado, lemongrass, pomegranate, cucumber, radish, mint) served with a small bowl of crunchy quinoa (€14.50); and traditional carrot cake (€8.50). // D.C.
FEELING THIRSTY? There’s Chardonnay (€6 a glass) and Zinfandel (€6.50), both from the Sebastiani estate in California; a 2017 Côté Presq’île rosé from Château Minuty (€28); Camden Hells beer on tap (€8 a pint), a dozen fruit and vegetable juices (€4-6) and twenty-some cocktails (€8-10).
PRICE: À la carte €28-38.50