This little, pricey, all natural organic bistro has quite a following - lines queued most mornings.
The sausages are from "locally pastured pork", your eggs come with a name card from their mother (either "Flo" or "Bernice" - ask for Flo!). The napkins are made from rewashed shirts, and the booths have all of 6" of stomach room (to keep out those who don't jog into town to dine?)
You can hear the guy out back pounding rocks together to grind the local wheat for your toast.
I don't know what "gorgonzola butter" is - but it was $2 extra on my toast ea.!).
We ate there one snowy Christmas eve. Sat in the window booth - it was kinda nice.
Had to laugh, took these snaps this Saturday morning - the Sunrise Café opens today promptly at 5 PM!
Then slipped around back to look at the alley murals before going for coffee.