Our Pacific Avenue cafe opened in January 1992. It was the first business to reopen on Pacific Avenue after the 1989 earthquake, and for many years, it felt like it might be the last. It's in a beautiful brick building built in 1865, by a soldier in John Fremont's Western Command. Lulu Carpenter owned a millinery and dress shop here mid-century. Today, it serves as our anchor store and houses, in addition to a 3 group Synesso Hydra and an old school turntable, The Kitchen at Lulu Carpenter's. We offer brunch 8-2 on weekends, and a weekday breakfast and lunch service from 8-2 . We've also got a fledgling bakeshop thing going on in there, where Pascual and his bakers make delicious goodies, every morning, from honest to goodness ingredients, and a little bit of love.
Santa Cruz, 95060
6am-midnight, 7 days a week
Breakfast and Lunch Service, 8am-2pm, Monday-Friday
Brunch Service, 8am-2pm, Saturday-Sunday