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Soundbites new digs


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Soundbites new digs

bear | Aug 11, 2007 10:35 AM

Had breakfast at Soundbites this morning. First time in the new space. We actually really liked the space a lot, and it was hopping. Yassir was there in fine form, running around as usual, but there is a hostess now and several servers. The menu is basically the same, but the food actually seemed a little better. The 'green eggs no ham' had fresh baby spinach (used to be frozen chopped), very lightly cooked, and the hollandaise had a slightly smoother texture. Still self-serve coffee, which we like so we aren't at the mercy of an overly busy server, and you pay at the register, but really a different, lively feel. The place was loudish in a fun way. Even greatly expanded, there are still lines, but they move along fairly well.

They have a full liquor license (didn't chech out the drinks menu or wine list or prices). The dinner menu was more Italian-American with a few Middle Eastern app's, a rack of lamb, sirloin, pizzas and burgers. Reasonable prices. We'll check out dinner there soon. All in all, a step up for Soundbites.

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