Found another lil' hole in the wall that is loaded with freshly baked bagels, lattés, soups, and small town service. For an easy morning of relaxing (who's up for relaxing every once in a while), reading the paper, and eating a freshly baked bagel you must try this cozy place on Maumelle Blvd. The bagels are tender, scrumptious, and lovingly baked every day. I always get the Lox and Cream Cheese schmeared on an Onion Bagel with red onion, tomato, and capers. A little pricey at $7.30 but, I'm worth it. Oh, and try the Honey Almond schmear on a Chocolate Chip Bagel...to Di for! The lattés are a bit more costly here and not as good as the competitor down the way but, hey...this is a homemade bagel joint! Will try the soups soon. Such a nice way to start the day...
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Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Had the most wonderful long lunch with a friend of mine the other day at Taziki's Mediterranean Café. Didn't know it was a franchise, did you? We both had the Greek Salad with Lamb and shared an order of Hummus Dip w/Pita Chips and Stuffed Dolmades with Taziki (yogurt) Sauce. Delicious!
Very busy at lunch with a short wait in the service line. Order in the line, they bring food to your table and clear the table, and ask if you need any refills. Worked out great to keep the busy patrons in and out in no time. But, we had no where to go so, we stayed to talk, chat, gossip, and did I mention drink a glass of wine?? My meal with salad, hummus, and one wine came to about $20 bucks. A little pricey but, well worth it!!