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Monday, 31 January 2022



I keep meaning to try this place out! I'm glad they are surviving since they opened just before the pandemic. It had been an empty storefront for a few years; prior to the restaurant, it was store selling scrapbook supplies. I think the scrapbook store used the old bank vault for storage.


the croffle looks delicious!


Try it, Sandy! I'm thinking the bulgogi is really good, as well as anything else on the menu. There are many prior bank buildings which have converted to other, unique uses.
It was, Kat. We will buy a dozen croissants at Costco and sometimes don't really want yet another sandwich so end up making croutons. The whole idea of a croffle makes sense.


Wow! This place looks like a great breakfast and drink place.


Everything looks good here, Soo. Will be in the neighborhood soon and lunch will be a priority. Also thinking stopping in for desserts on a hot day-a former bank building probably has great air conditioning.


I will put this on my list to visit. I was just talking to a student about North Park Produce and mentioned that I haven't been to the one in Poway. This will be another reason to go (kill two birds...). The croffle is a good idea!


The Mister and I have always tried to think of ways to use up the last few croissants from the Costco dozen, cc and this is perfect! The menu is extensive enough and you will find something you will like. We've been to every North Park Produce store and this 'neighborhood' seems the most interesting.


I really miss when North Park Produce used to be in Chula Vista. They closed when they owner died.


That was a nice location, cc. Our closest is in El Cajon and we stop in fairly regularly.

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