A new beginning is just around the bend. The end of one year always makes me try to prophecy what the next will be like. As for the cafe, we are closing in on our 7th month and have many ideas of what to work on next. We look forward to meeting more of our neighbors and patrons. We want to take advantage of the amazing produce we can get year round from our favorite organic and pesticide free farmers on the Central Coast. We want to bring the old school malts and milkshakes to our area. Can you taste a fresh muddled mint with chocolate shake? yes please! What is it that you are craving? What would make you a happy little chicken?
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
We have been incredibly blessed and honored by the musicians coming through the Loo. Local bands and touring alike, have brought community and love our way! Thank you all!! We are looking for musicians to book up the winter to spring season so if you or someone you know and love is talented in such a way, give us a jingle! being lively in the cafe in November!
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Hope everyone had a fabu holiday! We sure did. Lots of warm nog, delicious soups, and yumsauce goodies to inspire us for 2010!We have launched the panini sandwiches and home made soups. We are quite happy with how they are turning out! Above, pictured is our Buster Brown sandwich.Roasted Portobello mushrooms, basil pesto, caramelized onions, roasted peppers all oozing with herby goat cheese on squaw bread by none other than SLO's own House of Bread. We use only the best ingredients we can find, all organic, and the peppers, basil, and onions are locally grown with love.
Cal Poly Organic Farm is delivering amazing winter veggies in which we are forming the menu of soups to come.
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