There are lots of reviews here for Cafe Patachou and many of them appear to be of the DOWNTOWN location (Patachou at the Park), not this one, which is in the historic (residential) Meridian-Kessler neighborhood. I've been to the downtown location twice and was underwhelmed but I've never had a bad experience at THIS one, which I've been to a handful of times.
Patachou is known for its cinnamon toast. I don't care what kind of healthy high horse you rode in on, get off it to eat the cinnamon toast. It's totally worth it...trust me. You'll probably be sadder all day long if you don't eat that toast. I nearly always get "The omelet you can't refuse" because I can't refuse it. There's potatoes inside. Mine always has spinach, but I feel like I add that. To recap, the omelet I personally can't refuse is stuffed with potatoes, bacon, spinach, and sour cream. There might be some cheese too. And it's served with cinnamon toast and a side of fresh fruit which I pass off to someone else so I have room to eat all my toast.
Patachou is damn near always busy, especially on the weekends, and the seating is tight so be prepared to keep your kids in check. Coffee is self-serve. Find the person with the clip board and put your name on the list, grab some coffee, and chill out until your name is called. There's indoors and outdoors seating, be prepared and bring your sunglasses and maybe sunscreen.
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