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Ancient grains milled on site, gourmet foods designed to nourish. Artisan breads, whole grain muffins and cookies, cakes. Plenty amazing iced or hot coffee and tea! Granola, chia seed pudding, frittata for the no grain crowd! From scratch soups, vegan and vegetarian options and grilled cheese sandwiches made with our own good bread. Salads made with local greens. Interesting wines and unique cheeses. Quiches, tarts, some of the best pimento cheese this side of the Pecos! Wednesday evening crepe night, Thursday evening pizza night. Friday come and grab your bistro roast chicken and veggies. Specialty picnic goods, milled on-site flour for home bakers, and to top it all off, fine art by acclaimed artist, Fran Rowe depicting our great region.
Service Options: Dine-in · Takeout · No delivery
Health and Safety: Mask required · Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits ·
Address and Contact Information
116 N 5th St, Alpine, TX 79830
Phone: (432) 386-3772
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Carrie Van Eck
Wonderful little cafe and store! The best pimento cheese on the planet.
Coffee and a muffin, $$$ Relaxing laid back atmosphere.
Upscale sandwich shop with homemade items, small servings and friendly owner.
Lovely spot in Alpine.The staff is super friendly and attentive.Nice indoor intimate environment to share coffee or a meal with a friend, also outdoor seating in a not too busy street so it still feels relaxing.You walk in and the food smells great, pastries are rich in taste and with great texture. Chocolate cake, cookies, muffins, nothing was a miss, all 5/5.Prices are reasonable for the environment and quality and dedication put into the food.
Don’t miss this stop if you are in the beautiful Big Bend area. Incredibly delicious pastries and breads baked from ancient grains hand milled onsite. Staff is friendly and passionate everything they make. Bakery walls showcase gorgeous paintings of favorite Big Bend hikes and vistas painted by the owner’s mom.
Taste and See was recommended to us from a waiter in Marathon. We detoured to Alpine to get lunch to take to Big Bend. The ladies who run the bakery are just great! The food is equal to the service. We had sandwiches, pimento cheese, hummus, a tart and chocolate cake. Very much worth the detour.