Recently my husband and I had brunch at Guglhupf. We had a free weekend morning, and we knew just where we wanted to dine.
Guglhupf Bakery & Patisserie opened here in November 1998 to enthusiastic customers standing in a line snaking out to the parking lot, and we were in that line. And, in September 2004 doors opened to the long anticipated Guglhupf Café in its architecturally unique building adjacent to the bakery.
Order at the counter, and they bring your meal to your table.
I ordered a frittata with caramelized onions, green tomatoes and gruyere cheese.
It came with a fruit cup and roll.
My husband ordered a French dip that came with a mixed greens salad.
We always enjoy being together,
Guglhupf offers great ambience.
And, they exhibit wonderful artwork.
We visited the bakery on our way out,
and purchased croissants and danish for breakfast the next morning.