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Originally founded in Southern India, Hot Breads - Bakery and Indian Cafe began establishing locations internationally, and now boasts more than 80 cafes worldwide. The stores' menus combine Indian cuisine with traditional bistro and bakery fare, all made from scratch onsite. The staff rises early to bake fresh batches of breads and pastries, as well as a more savory lunch menu. Additionally, cooks can accommodate gluten-free diets at lunchtime with their lentil-laden rice crepes and vegetable soups. Bakers can also custom-design cakes for weddings, birthdays, graduations, and stooge-grade food fights, artistically frosting mango- and chocolate truffle–flavored cakes. They can tailor desserts to accommodate dietary restrictions with egg-free and nut-free recipes.
A fused-glass peace sign dangles in a window, its iridescent blue-and-green hues catching glimmers of sunlight. Elsewhere, a shiny yellow-and-black dog formed from clay smiles from its painted-on mouth. These are just two of the many artistic projects students can tackle at The Mud Shack, an art studio brimming with classes in glass fusing, ceramics, and pottery painting. Working artists helm the sessions, guiding pupils toward creating their own magnum opuses in the form of a hand-thrown vase, a mosaic tile, or a mug for holding smaller mugs.
Established in 1719, there is a lot of history! We appeal to all ages! The atmosphere is so welcoming with a wonderful outdoor terrace and new bistro bar! We are famous for our crabcakes, and offer a variaty of appetizers, entrees and desserts!