Monday, September 04, 2006

I also say tomato.


you say breakfast croissant
Originally uploaded by noodletown.
I mentioned You Say Tomato when I was on the Walt Bodine show on Friday, and I wanted to mention it again, here, in case you hate listening to the radio or something.

You Say Tomato at 28th & Holmes is the kind of place I wish was my neighborhood spot, where I could stop in for a cinnamon roll - crisp on the edges, gooey in the middle, and drizzled with sugary icing - and a hot cup of excellent coffee. Their muffins are fresh-baked and soft, hot quiche sit cooling on the counter, and the shelves are lined with homemade sweet pickles which go into their truly excellent egg salad. You can fill a little grocery cart with milk, fresh eggs, bread, and local produce, or cool off with a snow cone. It's the kind of place you will feel proud of yourself for supporting.


hours: Tuesday- Saturday: 7:00am-7:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am-2:00pm

6 comments:

Adrianne said...

Thanks for the tip! I can see my Sunday breakfast plans forming already...

El Quijote said...

It was nice to discover your blog, just what I wanted for lunch. You Say Tomato has great possibilities. I ate there the day before your post. The whole of Hospital Hill is looking up.

Conrad said...

You say Tomato is a great place. I stopped by last Wednesday and met the owners. What a refreshing experience. I'm getting a group together Sunday for their brunch. I had looked at the row of houses just south of there three years ago. If I had known this place would take over the corner I may have been more tempted to buy there. I live in Crown Center and I'm glad all these new places are sprouting up.

Conrad said...

My Wife and I went there and loved the place. We had a group of our friends meet there for saturday breakfast and Michael, Mark, and Randy made everyone feel at home. We went back Sunday for the brunch. What a great place to have in the neighborhood and what a good column you write. Looking forward to your next one.

Conrad said...

Thanks for your great posting. After I had seen this place in the paper I came across your info. We have been there multiple times for breakfast and just love the place. And you can get milk eggs and vegtables. Mark, Michael, and RAndy are great guys and I hope they make it.

Anonymous said...

I went there yesterday for lunch. What a delightful place! I had the hummus with veggies on pita....delicious! I am going back today to try something different.