bread&cup is a European-influenced eatery that serves up made-from-scratch plates of simple, elegant cuisine in a warm and inviting environment. The restaurant's cozy morning staples include spiced oatmeal crowned with sunflower nuts, brown sugar, cream, caramel, and apple butter ($4), and savory open-faced biscuits with sausage and gravy ($6). The everyday lunch menu sports equally comforting homestyle edibles, namely hearty sandwiches on house-made bread ($4–$7.50), homemade soup ($3–$4), and more. Try a roast beef bundle ($7.50) on ciabatta bread if you need a boost of energy to make it through the afternoon, or slide to the other end of the meat spectrum with a vegetarian sandwich ($6.50) of hummus, roasted squash, carrots, onions, and lettuce. Because bread&cup tries to use seasonal ingredients that are sourced from local farms whenever possible, customers are rarely faced with plates of summer squash with frostbite or snow peas with suntans.