Mary's Little House of Coffee
Just looking at the quaint interior of Marys Little House of Coffee, you might give the impression that it is a cherry little spot to sip on a latte and get some work done. But the chefs manning the kitchen do more than just whip up scones, providing Middle Eastern delicacies that complement their pours of espresso and fruity smoothies. In the morning, guests can find eggs, Armenian-style pizzas, as well as the sweet aroma of sahleb, a warm cinnamony drink made popular by street vendors in the former Ottoman empire. As the day progresses, chefs turn their attention to delicacies such as tongue sandwiches, stuffed grape leaves, and baklava, curating a café menu that plays up the flavors of the East and traditional Western favorites.