Table for Three: Eat

Our brunch today might have been my favorite new place so far. Embarrassingly, Eat has been around the neighborhood since 2008, but this was our first visit. They serve only organic, locally-grown food in a homey atmosphere on handmade pottery, which they also sell. I had the amazing sweet potato and onion frittata, Erik had the egg salad sandwich and Ellis had the most delicious sweet potato and walnut muffin. We were the first to arrive and had the best seat in the house. By the time we had left, the rest of the neighborhood had woken up and the place was full.

After our meal, we made our way over to the library. I had forgotten how great the library is. Ellis is really into books these days and I always feel guilty just browsing and reading to her in bookstores without buying something. We borrowed three new books a few weeks ago and returned them today for three more. She was pretty excited about their children’s computer as well.

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