Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Breathing Green for Breakfast

Valley Grove Cafe

A couple of weeks have flown by since Dad & I visited the The Valley Grove Cafe in Lagunitas, but it was such a relaxing and positive experience, time seems to have slipped in a way that it occurs that we were just there yesterday.

Valley Grove Cafe Street Sign

Lagunitas is such a tiny patch that you have to keep your eye out to see the sign or it's passed all to easily.

French Toast Napoleon

I just couldn't resist trying out something called French Toast Napoleon.

French Toast close up

The pieces of French toast were stuffed with beautiful fresh fruit, blackberries, strawberries, grapes and slices of banana, all covered with smooth and cool whipped cream. It was delightful, and a bit too large a portion.

Hot Chocolate

Dad was delighted with his tall glass of hot chocolate.

Scambled Eggs in Croissant

He said he wanted a smaller meal, so we ordered off their small breakfast section. It was still quite a serving of a scrambled egg and cheese stuffed croissant with some fresh cucumber and tomato slices on the side. He also enjoyed this plate. The deck was so pleasant, and looking at the tall evergreens high on the hills surrounding the restaurant, Dad & I felt like we could have been in familiar forests in Washington State. The Valley Grove Cafe will be opening for dinner soon, if it hasn't already. It plans an eclectic menu of Mexican, Italian cuisine and beyond from what the waiter told me.

Restaurant Inspection Results
Critical: 2
Noncritical: 1

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Anonymous said...

it looks like caloric overload!

Anna Haight said...

Yes indeed! I managed only about half of the dish which I'm assuming you are referring to.