On a wonderful day, my friend Chrystal and I spent the day photographing restaurants. After a tiring walk up some avenues and some streets.. we decided to take a break and grab some “linner” (the meal between lunch and dinner- 3pm style). We yelped out “Greydog Cafe” since I was in the mood for some coffee. (I need to somehow stop this caffeine addiction. Anyways, luckily for us, this was also a good place to chow down to some food. She was hungry, I was just in it for the snack.
I ordered a pumpkin pie slice and a latte (which Chrystal then dropped right in the middle of the cafe and spilled it everywhere! LOL) but that was no problem, the staff were really friendly, cleaned/mopped it up quickly and even gave us a new latte. (Bonus points!) For food, Chrystal ordered the Clam Chowder soup with half a sandwich.
My iced latte was decent, nothing to really brag about, but I really did enjoy the atmosphere of the place. There were a lot of people sitting around, having conversations, working on their laptops, and/or eating and drinking their coffees or teas. I really liked the place that I ended up coming back a week later with Jeddy to get a late dinner. I ordered the burger and he ordered the pulled-pork wrap. I didn’t get a picture of it since it was a random night which I didn’t have my camera around. But what I can tell you guys that even though their prices are a little steep for a cafe, the burger was pretty delicious. It was made from scratch- that which I am sure. The ground beef was juicy and moist and fell apart in my mouth when I bit into the burger. Pretty deeelish. We even got around to making conversation with the table next to us. Great crowd around.
Atmosphere: 3.8/5 (the space is dark, lit with pretty christmas lights and candles, but no wifi so that’s a huge buzzkill)