Treat yourself to something different and have breakfast at this campy East Bay favorite. The family-run roadhouse that looks like it was built with ... More
Sam's Log Cabin
Treat yourself to something different and have breakfast at this campy East Bay favorite. The family-run roadhouse that looks like it was built with Lincoln Logs, has a casual atmosphere, and serves simple, yet inventive, gourmet dishes. The inside is decorated with vintage knick-knacks and hanging egg beaters. Outside is reminiscent of a residential backyard with patio seating and a lawn with lawn chairs, for guests to relax on while waiting for a table. The whole family works here, expect to see grade school-age Sam at the front counter and his older sister serving fresh-squeezed orange juice. The menu offers a few, select breakfast and lunch choices. Choose from delicious items such as mango and yogurt parfait, Swedish crepes, organic eggs, potato-leek soup, homemade fish sticks, and homemade coffee cake.
Great food! They make their own muffins & scones each morning. The best thing is that you can substitute these tasty pastries instead of toast. Go hungry-lots of great food for a reasonable price. Nice, small covered patio in the back- great during the summer.
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