We all have one of them days.
The morning air, when your alarm clock didn’t ring, your favorite coffee poured everywhere and there was no breakfast time – the most important meal of the day. It’s not a “one-size-fits-all” way to start the day, but spending your life savings for a corporate coffee cup and a breakfast sandwich is just out of the question. Luckily, there’s Cafe Godot coming to the rescue. With a menu that will make your taste buds dance and the fresh food you can enjoy eating here, here is an important new one – a daily pet to save you from even the worst mornings.
With extensive professional knowledge in a number of different fields, including years of management and experience in the restaurant industry, Roy Bacos and Kevin Turston decided to embark on a new type of travel: Cafe Godot.
The bustling atmosphere at 388 Porter Avenue offers an amazing and welcoming atmosphere should feels good while visiting the cafe. Bacos and Turston reinforce this unique charm that is typical of top restaurateurs. and their ability to comment and please guests.
Led by Bacos and Turston, Cafe Godot offers all your favorite things about the impeccable service at a 5 star restaurant, without the high fees. The partners tried to make their cafe culturally accessible and accessible to everyone.
“We really want to reflect on the community and how migration has shaped our city and the people who have passed through here,” they told me. The cafe was established with an emphasis on seasonal, sustainable and local goods. “Everything that comes out of the door has components that go beyond a radius of 50 miles. However, our menu also reflects the seasons. From our soups to salads you get things that are seasonally fresh. ”
The menu of Cafe Godot has a variety of menus that are not usually seen in cafes. The ingredients of this menu are unique from handmade pies and pies, salads and sandwiches, and outperform the usual everyday classics and lunches. Most of the items on the menu are built with instructions and perfection by Thurston with homemade instructions and strategies carefully executed.
With a focus on the community, Bacos and Turston are sourced from a number of local vendors, including coffee from Tipico and morning pastries from Black Sheep. “We want to work with the community – if someone does something better than us, we don’t want to compete with them, but bring them in.”
Everything on the menu is reasonably priced, which means you can go with a homemade pie, coffee … and with a smile, for about $ 7 – this is a place where you don’t have to wait for a paycheck, I’m happy to say.
The name of the cafe says something about the joke that both owners have.
“We got the name from the play by Samuel Beckett Waiting for Godot. The whole plot of the show is about two guys waiting for a man named Godot, who never shows up. I think we’re like that. Only two guys are opening a cafe in the middle of a pandemic, hoping people will show up, ”the owners said, smiling insultingly.
Stay tuned for a few October for the grand opening of Cafe Godot. The only cafe you won’t want to miss – it will make all your breakfast and lunch dreams come true.
Business hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.