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Thursday, May 21, 2015

The Food Diaries: Elizabeth Street Cafe

In case you could not tell from my Instagram, brunching has become a serious past time of mine {especially with my brunching buddy, Hannah}. Anyways, Elizabeth Street Cafe had fascinated me for a while because, well I mean look at it, it's so cute! However, I was a little concerned about "bang mi" because I had never 1) heard of such a thing 2) tried anything like that {I know, I am clearly not very adventurous!}. But I saw they had a breakfast menu so Hannah & I trekked over to South 1st Street to check it out.
When we got there the patio was full of people {I am jealous of them} so we sat inside {which turned out to be adorable}. 
I was seriously loving the colorful menu as it went perfectly with my Lilly case.
And GINGAM! I mean it is like the place knew me.
Can we talk about the font?
Elizabeth Street is in an old {or is it new?} house and it feels incredibly welcoming when you are seated in the turquoise chairs.
The water came in these adorable glasses, and they had matching pitchers!
This cafe au lait was honestly the best I have had in Austin.
Hannah had the House Baked Brioche French Toast. "My French toast was amazing. It was cooked to perfection and had a delicious sauce/glaze over it. The bread was thick and delicious. And the ice cream on top made it even better! Overall a really good meal!!"
Meanwhile I tried the Breakfast Banh Mi {I know I tried it!!!} with scrambled farm eggs and ginger pork sausage. It was mouthwateringly delicious. The bread itself was phenomenal and the ginger sausage lit my still asleep pallet up. I was seriously impressed {and very full} upon completion of the breakfast sandwich. I am looking forward to going back and trying more on their menu aside from the breakfast foods.

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