Desert and Jazz and light eating. What more could you want? It's a casual atmosphere with all of the goodly-goodness of Euphemia Haye's kitchen without all of the pomp. (Ummmm, by the way Euphemia Haye's duck is the best anywhere. But that's another review).
It's a great place to go after dinner for desert and coffee or chocolate cake and red wine (Mmmmmm, reeeddd wiiiinnne). When we go there's usually a solo guitarist playing soft jazz.
No, it's not the loft at Berns. But it won't take a wheelbarrow full of cash to have a piece of cake there either.
On Longboat key you have two types of people: those in the know and those who aren't. If you go to the Haye Loft, you are pretty much classified as being in the know. Isn't that what you want?
They usually have at least ten different deserts any given time. Some are pies, some are cakes. They have ice cream too. Did I mention that chocolate cake and red wine is my definition of heaven?
If you want to go to heaven, you now know how.
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