NOTE: Good Night Noodle/Good Morning Cafe is now closed.
What makes Good Morning Cafe “good”? Lots of things – the food, the atmosphere, the positive energy of owner Nancy Holzman and the good stuff the restaurant does locally and globally. This past Saturday Mark and I stopped in and had
a good fabulous breakfast.
We arrived just before noon and the place was packed. We found a spot at the counter adjacent to the acoustic guitar player and singer. Yes! Live music.
We weren’t sure what to order because everything on the menu looked great. We ended up getting to meet Nancy the owner and she brought over a sample of the French Toast so we could try it. It’s served with whipped cream and a side of their homemade apple sauce.
We also got to try the Veggie Hash. It’s made with carrots, cabbage, squash, carrots, onions, potatoes and broccoli. It’s got an Asian flavor profile. When I asked Nancy about it she said that there’s a bit of soy sauce in the mix. She said that this is a top seller and I can see why it is.
Nancy told us that it’s very important that she cooks with ingredients that are humanely raised, minimally processed or locally sourced. Milk comes from Battenkill Creamery. Yogurt and buttermilk from Argyle Cheese Farmer. Ham, bacon and sausage are from Oscar’s Smokehouse. She also told us about the years she spent working in the not-for-profit sector and that’s why a portion of every meal goes toward doing something good locally or abroad.
I ended up ordering the Dave’s Un-Benedict. OMG. Talk about heaven on a plate. So good!
Breakfast is one of my favorite meals to eat out and Good Morning Cafe doesn’t disappoint. You must stop in. If you do, please let me know what you ordered in the comments below.
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Good Morning Cafe is located at 2100 Doubleday Avenue (ROUTE 50) in Ballston Spa, NY 12020. Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 7:30 am – 1:30 pm; Phone: 518-309-3359; www.goodmorningbreakfast.com; E-mail: email@example.com