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A warm space for Piedmont locals, bolstered by the solid cookery of chef Colin Etezadi (formerly of Boot and Shoe Service, Pizzaiolo, and Camino). The menu rotates weekly, but recent highlights include creamy egg custard with ham and cheese on a house-made biscuit, and a rich tuna confit, made with albacore slow-cooked in olive oil and orange zest. Dinner service is rolling out now, although the sunny, almost-coffeehouse space is well-suited for breakfast and lunch.

— Jesse Hirsch

Hours: Breakfast and Lunch Tue.-Sun. 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Dinner Thu.-Sat. 5-9 p.m.; Mon. closed

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Local Cafe sources all produce "within an hour and 20 minute drive" from Piedmont, including bonus items like figs from a friend's backyard. Some organic meats.

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