Roman Candle

Cured Salmon and Avocado on Super Grain ($8.50)

It’s a workout for the soul and a week’s worth of amino acids, from the kitchen’s sturdy toast to the heap of cured fish, avocado, crème fraîche, and arugula. 


Homemade Breads and Raw Honey ($3.50)

Toast perfection: a thick wedge of golden brioche and an earthy slab of anadama (cornmeal bread), both smeared with salt-topped butter and either house jam or the amber gold of Oregon honey. 

Tabor Bread

Toast and Jam Plate ($5.75)

A trio of rustic breads (plus fresh jams) showcase Oregon-grown grains milled on-site then wood-fired in this upscale den of hippie happiness. Top finds: the intensive rye or sourdough encrusted in millet. 


Bostok ($5.50)

This French brioche beauty is what all toast aspires to be. Brushed with egg wash and syrup, topped with “nut creams” (walnut, pine, or almond), and a shockwave of bright fruit, then baked, each slice is a plane of caramelized edges, soft richness, and earthy ripples. 

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