The quintessential neighborhood café, ROOTS Café is known for serving breakfast all day. Featuring fresh ingredients in a casual setting, order at the counter and know that you are indulging in dishes made with fresh ingredients and local products.
Cuisine Type: American
Ambience: Casual Dining
The atmosphere here is wonderful! My food was prepared promptly and the servers were very friendly. You order at the front counter, get assigned a number then sit waiting for your meal to be brought to you. Perfect spot for a light brunch and casual conversation.
Jo Covington Nencetti
First time here. Good healthy food and service was very quick and friendly. It's a small place so get there early for lunch. The surface parking is small as well, but there is a parking deck in the same building. Cute decor and good place to remote work.
Such a cute cafe! Had a vanilla oat milk latte and a breakfast plate with eggs, sausage and a croissant. Loved the vibe here. Did a little bit of work here. I will definitely be back to bring my laptop and have a cup of coffee. Service was excellent too.
I ordered takeout. First time. The macchiato was delicious. Strong, smooth, great flavor. The breakfast sammy was decent. The croissant was buttery, sausage was cooked well done, the fried egg was a slightly overcooked. I ordered the soup and salad combo. Didnt receive the salad. The soup was well flavored but it was a little over oiled. What i was most dissapointed about was the grits. I love goat cheese. But the grits were clunked together and bland overall. Overall opinion, the drink was amazing so i would definitely try their coffee again.
Very nice neighborhood cafe. 1. The coffee is reasonably priced and taste great. My wife ordered a latte and enjoyed it so much she grabbed another to take home. 2. The breakfast sandwiches taste great but are a little overpriced. We ordered turkey sausage, egg, and cheese croissant and it was $9.50 each. Had we had bacon (we don't eat pork) our sandwiches would have been $5.65. The avocado toast was pretty good however it was soggy and may have had a bit too much butter. It wasn't bad, but yet again. It was $10. All in all we paid about $47 for 2 croissant sandwiches, avocado toast, an orange juice, and 2 coffees. When visiting here you are obviously paying for the location. Our order probably should. Have been $30 tops. 3. The service was really good. They take your order when you arrive and you seat yourself. However, a waitress will bring out your food and drinks and check in on you occasionally. Our waitress was friendly and did a good job of making sure we were happy. 4. The dining area is cozy with a few high top tables. There are live plants and overall really relaxed vibe. The downfall is the space can fill up very quickly. If 5 or 6 orders come in back to back the place will fill up very quickly. When we visited it was rainy but they do have quite a bit of outdoor seating. They also provide free WiFi. 4. The parking is horrible! Street parking seems to be the best option. There is a parking deck across the street but I'm not sure if that deck is public parking.