Restaurant review: Sara's Table

BY LAURA GRUHLKE | The Statesman Food: 4/5

Price: 2.5/5

Atmosphere: 3.5/5

Service: 4/5

Overall: 3.5/5


On the intersection of 19th and 8th Street is the well-known café and restaurant Sara’s Table.

Sara’s Table is known for growing their own produce and offering a variety of vegan and gluten free options on the menu.

Upon walking into Sara’s Table you get the feel of a sweet little laid-back café. Everyone working has a smile on his or her face and the small building makes you feel at home.

Since the establishment is smaller, if you go at a busy time, expect to wait. However, there isn’t much room to wait inside the café, which could mean you might have to wait outside.

If you are a big fan of breakfast food, I would recommend checking out Sara’s Table the next time you’re out and about in the morning.

I personally fell in love with their specialty pancakes. You get to choose two fillings inside your plate-sized pancake. My all-time favorite is strawberry and chocolate chip. Plus, they have their homemade syrup that makes for a tasty topping.

Although Sara’s table is a little pricier than other places, the freshness and quality of the food really makes up for it. If you order anything with fresh produce in it, then you know it was grown in their garden.

The servers at Sara’s Table all seemed to have a genuine smile on their face and enjoy where they work.

If you're looking for a great place to get some quality breakfast, vegan or gluten-free foods then Sara’s Table is a great place to check out.

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