This well-known little gem offers a smash-and-grab approach to global cuisine, often combining cultures into magical mash-ups; Korean fried chicken and waffles, anyone?
Open for breakfast and lunch, almost everything is made in-house, most notably the bread, which is served in thick griddle-seared slices. The portions are large enough that breakfast is likely to have you skipping lunch. They are licensed and offer a small, but well-curated selection of imported and local beers, ciders and wine.
If you’re just looking for a treat, they’ve got you covered with the best sweets in town. Their handmade donuts are the perfect example of the creative concepts, and fun, irreverent approach to cooking that landed Two Dishes Cookshop on the Food Network’s popular program, “You Gotta Eat Here!”
Take a peek at their Instagram for a preview of the donuts; they speak for themselves.