Delicious, and tremendously healthy food!!
There new sammys menu isn't very appealing, then need to bring back the other menu.
The portions were very small for the price. Also, the toppings were minimal. The bowls were mostly filled with rice or quinoa. Also, they charged me extra to substitute quinoa for rice, which seems silly considering they cost the same amount on their menu.
Get there early! It took me a good month to get in and use my groupon. They run out of waffles all the time. This shops priority arebthe items they sell at other locations (i.e. salads for montecito grocery stores, Etc). The service is as slow as the process of bees making honey. Don't get your heart set on anything, they probably won't have it, but try something it will be good. Hippie bagel has only been made like twice, but is on the menu like it is made and available daily. Cute shop ran by privileged people who have no concept of time-welcome to sb
The food we had was delicious. Unfortunately the day we went their waffle iron was broke ,so we didn't get to experience having our sandwich on a waffle.The only downfall is that it is small, crowded and our sandwich took quite awhile to make.To make up for it was the yummy food and the nice few from atop Antioch.
Excellent food and Excellent service!
Great and healthy food. The portions aren't too big though. Just right. The service was fast. I am going back. Thank you.
Didnt have any ingredients for their sandwiches and ran out of kombucha
Had a Caesar Sammie. It was okay, waffle /bread had a nice flavor. The Caesar dressing was kinda mayonnaise-y. Chicken was not very flavorful and was awkward for the waffle/bread. Lettuce had a large spine, which also made it awkward and bland. The people were nice. The Buddha bowls looked yummy and the ingredients were ones I would try. We sat on the wall, meaning one chair, one bench. The bench was several inches higher than the person I was with. Weird. Also watched a cook/prepper grab a bag of ingredients from under a bench. How does that work when someone is sitting there eating? Might go back, might not.
Service was friendly and quick. We had the boat sandwich and kimchi bowl. Both delicious. One of the only rooftop restaurants in town. A definite favorite all around.
From Our Editors
Katie Belanger, also known as The Honey B, calls her rooftop restaurant "a little kitchen with a lot of love". Her mission is to make others smile with her culinary skills and vegan recipes. Her rooftop eatery is located directly above the Saturday Farmers Market where Katie buys fruit and vegetables—juicy tomatoes, buttery avocados, and seasonal herbs, all of which end up in hearty buddha bowls and breakfast treats. In her menu, Katie also included signature waffle sammies, for meat or veggie fans. Cheddar and chive waffles, for example, are served with crispy bacon, carmelized onions, arugula, tomato, and chipotle sauce.
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