Homespun café complete with barstool counter and comfy sitting area has a varied menu with a nod toward the vegetarian. Chef Beylka Krupp and husband Rich Foshay serve up pain perdu, house-made crêpes, and fluffy pancakes for breakfast; and cashew butter-and-jelly sandwiches, Indonesian tempeh (a grilled, nutty-tasting soybean cake), and reubens for lunch. Dinner changes weekly, and can range from Italian to Southwestern to traditional American. Breakfast and lunch every day except Mon, plus dinner Thurs to Sat.
Best Vegetarian Food (2012)
Best Vegetarian Food (2013)
Best Breakfast for Family (2006)
At Wobble, you'll feel like you're in the one house on your block where all the neighborhood kids go and play. What other eatery has an entire wall dedicated to children's drawings and a corner family room area complete with comfy couch and children's games. Oh yes, the breakfast fare? Like, the décor, it's homey and familiar, and kids love the toad-in-the-hole (a fried egg in the center of a slice of bread served with homefries and milk or juice) and the silver dollar pancakes with real maple syrup, the perfect size for smaller mouths. Moms and dads dive into the selection of crepes (apple, jam) with fresh fruit, pain perdu (stuffed baguette with fruit and cheese, egg-dipped and fried golden brown), and Tex-Mex-style migas (tortilla-based omelet with beans and chorizo).