Thursday July 2nd: Breakfast for Dinner - International Edition

This Thursday we are opening for breakfast...breakfast for dinner. Carlo Espinas of Camino and formerly chef of Piccino will collaborate with us to present a menu of breakfast foods from around the world.

Profits will go to the Delancey Street Restaurant, part of the country's largest self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. Started in 1971 with 4 people in a San Francisco apartment, Delancey Street has served many thousands of residents, who stay for a minimum of 2 years and receive a high school equivalency degree (GED), as well as training in 3 different marketable skills. Beyond academic and vocational training, residents learn important values, and the social and interpersonal skills that allow them to live successfully in mainstream society.


Fruit Salad: figs, nectarine and pluot with yogurt dressing, balsamic, toasted almond granola and fresh herbs - $6

Lox Napoleon: with rye crostini, creme fraiche, cucumber, dill and fried capers - $7.5

Egyptian Ful: Fava puree on homemade pita crisp with fresh herbs - $5

Mohinga: Burmese fish stew with poached black cod, vermicelli, chickpea fritter, egg and cilantro - $9

A Boracay Breakfast: Filipino-style crispy pork sisig served with garlic rice, sour mango and a tempura egg - $8.5 (vegetarian option available)

Braised Pork Migas: Braised pork shoulder with pimenton, pasilla peppers, charred spring onions and a fried Soul Food farm egg - $9

Breakfast flatbread: with Benton's Bacon, scrambled egg, avocado, queso fresco, salsa verde - $6

Lung Shan's Vegan Delight: shitake and oyster mushroom dumplings in miso soup - $5.5

"Cinammon Toast Crunch": Firebrand pan de mie, bruleed with cinammon butter and condensed milk - $5

Humphry Slocombe Secret breakfast Ice Cream - $3.25 per scoop


-We will be closed on Saturday July 4th and will re-open on Thursday July 9th.

-$340 to Food Runners, $260 to CDC Food Pantry, $510 to St. Mary's Center, $240 to Welcome Ministry

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