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Two eggs, home fries, and greens.
Cream cheese, pickled cucumbers, onions, herbs, and sourdough.
Bacon, sausage, tomatoes, baked beans, two fried eggs, and home fries.
Bacon, fried egg, and aged cheddar.
Berry compote, mascarpone, and pure maple syrup.
Gruyere, mixed greens, and home fries.
Grilled sourdough, crushed avocado, arugula, radish, and poached egg.
Fingerling potatoes, roasted green peppers, tomatillo salsa, arugula, and two fried eggs.
Anchovy dressing, radish, parmesan, and croutons.
Bluebird Farms einkorn, apples, feta, charred brussels sprouts, and crunchy seeds.
Chickpeas, avocado, green beans, soft egg, and feta.
Roast pork, ham, gruyere, mustard, and B&B pickles.
Fontina fontal and onion jam.
Charred asparagus and pecorino.
Anson Mills grits, andouille, and preserved tomato broth.
Carrot puree, charred Jersey asparagus, purslane, and jalapeno pesto.
Fleishers ground beef, American cheese, special sauce, and LOP.
Summer peaches and chili and fish sauce vinaigrette.
String beans and romesco.
An ever-evolving, seasonal blend. By focusing on fresh crop coffees, we’re able to maintain the vibrant sweetness and juicy finish we aim for throughout the year. Prism offers depth and complexity but doesn’t stray too far from approachability. Notes: chocolate, orange blossom, and caramel.
A thoughtfully sourced blend of African and Central American coffees. A dry-processed Ethiopian provides a round, fudge-like sweetness while the Honduran offers a well balanced acidity. Fruit-forward and character driven. Notes: Fudge, wild honey, and red berry.
The aroma of this black honey is dominated by ripe raspberry and tropical fruit. In the cup expect to find a juicy body, balanced acidity, and complex notes of berries and canned pears. Notes: Raspberry, plum, and orange.
It’s impossible to ignore the attention the Guji Zone has earned over the last decade. Sitting southwest of Sidama, adjacent to Yirgacheffe’s famous Gedeo Zone, many of the best coffees in Guji are not coming from cooperatives and passing through Ethiopia’s coop unions. Instead, they make their way through a mature network of private washing stations which pepper the roadways all along southern Ethiopia. By definition these must pass through the ECX, and that’s where this most stunning example from Guji was found. Notes: Floral, stone fruit, and cardamom.