Sabrina's Cafe Review
If there's one thing you can count on, it's a two-hour wait for Sunday brunch at this cozy former bakery around the corner from the Italian Market. Locals know to phone in their names and wait it out with coffee and the paper at home, and you can, too. Here's what everyone is waiting for: apple and sharp cheddar omelets, stuffed and caramelized challah French toast with vanilla-bean maple syrup, and the barking Chihuahua breakfast (a burrito filled with scrambled eggs, black beans, red peppers, and pepper-jack cheese). Brunch overshadows lunch and dinner, but it shouldn't—those are delicious and hearty, too.
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