What We Got: A menu favorite, the Super Seed Butter Toast came with fresh blueberries, banana, lemon zest, and maldon sea salt on warm brioche. Next, the Egg and Cheese Sandwich turned out to be more than just your average egg sandwich. This egg omelet was made with rich cheddar cheese, arugula, poached tomato on a warm brioche roll. Finally, Red Cabbage Salad with roasted chickpeas, sprouts, carrots, cucumber and tahini dressing. *Note: OTL offers a variety of gluten free and vegetarian menu options.
Reason to Go:This trendy new spot located in the Miami Design District is your perfect alternative to a usually jammed packed Starbucks and the wildly overpriced Joe & the Juice. They offer yummy and filling bites such as avocado toast, breakfast burrito, churro French toast, and a black bean & quinoa burger to name a few. If you’re in the mood for something on the sweeter side, OTL offers a selection of Zak the Baker Pastries, Pamela Wasabi pastries, as well as their own specialty muffins, guava bread pudding and rice crispy treats. But that’s not all. Stop by to try their craft coffee and other specialty drinks on any quiet afternoon in Miami.
Check out their menu here.
160 NE 40thStreet Miami FL 33137
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-6pm
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