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This tiny bakery doesn't look like much, but walk in and take a whiff. The French/Brazilian owners take pride in their daily homemade croissants filled with spinach and feta ($3), Nutella ($3.75), or chocolate ($3.25). They melt in your mouth and go perfectly with morning coffee. Lunchtime offerings are basic sandwiches: roast beef ($6.50) or tomato mozzarella ($7.25) served on croissants or baguettes (plain or whole wheat). There are also daily quiche specials ($6.50 to $8) and salads that include a Niçoise ($8.50) with big chunks of Italian canned tuna. The café is small, making dining a bit of a challenge. If you get a table, service is friendly although a bit slow during peak breakfast and lunch hours. A popular option is to call in advance and then pick up. There are several ready-made sandwiches available for lunch, making it a good grab-and-go option. A line crowds the glass counter, with regulars chatting over espresso, which gives this little bistro a neighborhood feel.