From Our Editors
Whether you're stopping in during an early morning shopping spree or killing time before killing your evil mirror-universe double, Café Noir's menu can power you up with caffeine and life-sustaining bites. Sip a hot, freshly brewed 12 oz. cup of joe ($1.75) to keep your senses sharp, or cool down on a hot afternoon with a 12 oz. iced coffee ($2) or mocha ($3.50). Breakfast is available all day at Café Noir, so savor the freshly baked pastries ($1.49–$2.49) or soft, tongue-cushioning waffles ($4.99) whenever your whims decree it. For a power lunch, crush your appetite in the panini press with a Cuban (pulled pork, swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard, $6.49) or triple-cheese panini (melted cheddar, swiss, and mozzarella with green onions, $4.99), or sample the mini crawfish and meat pies ($6.99). For a dinner of delightful nibbles, pair some black and bleu sliders (Angus beef, bleu cheese, bacon, and vinaigrette, $3.49) and crisp pita flats topped with grilled chicken ($5.99) or pulled pork ($5.49) with a delicious Purple Haze Abita beer ($3.50). Café Noir has a select wine list for the caffeine-dodging purveyors of café cuisine, so sample a glass of Martin Codax Albarino ($9), Arancio merlot ($6), or sparkling Spanish Freixenet ($12) before dashing off.