Bean & Burgundy Bread has soft-opened, and it's a huge modern space with everything from coffee to pastries, sandwiches to Korean food.
The new restaurant on Rte 40 has counters for coffee and sandwiches. There is also an glass-walled kitchen where you can see the cooks at work. I just had a cup of coffee. I had just eat a pit beef sandwich at Gadsby's Bar American, so I couldn't even spring for the bulgogi-Philly cheesesteak hybrid that they were advertising.
Give them a little time to get a rhythm. But let me know what you try and what you think. I saw a speciality coffee with honey and lavender whipped cream. They were out of the cream, but I could see Mrs. HowChow wanting to try that when we go back.
Does anyone know what they're doing for dinner? More than sandwiches?
Do teenagers live in these coffee shops? My friends and I ordered bread sticks and sodas many afternoons so that we could claim a Pizza Hut booth and stay out of our parents' homes Sitting in Bean & Burgundy, I thought that this would be so much better than Pizza Hut. No kids at lunchtime since there was school, but I wondered if teenagers know how good they have it and buy some coffees and pastries at places like this, Bon Appetit or Shilla.