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Wednesday, 22 May 2013

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Janfrederick

I grew up in the Bay Area and my family still lives there. We always have noticed that the jacaranda trees bloom 4-5 weeks later than San Diego. They are so non-descript until spring.

caninecologne

Ohhhh....that salad looks amazing! I'll have to check this place out with Bert and TC soon!

Faye

That's a generous amount of avo on the salad - yummm. And I don't remember the last time a restaurant gave toasted bagel slices as a side. Is there parking for this place?

Cathy

The jacaranda are such a sign of Spring out here, JanFrederick, I can't get tulips to last more than a day. Seeing (and smelling) the lovely purple blooms is so nice.
Bert will love the drip coffee, cc. You and TC will really enjoy the 'Delicious not pretentious slow food'.
It was the large ($10 vs $7) salad, Faye...and so worth it. I would imagine leftover/unused bagels from breakfast are used. Plenty of non-metered parking on the street and behind buildings in that part of town; a nice walk even if you park down the street.

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