Chad Stuible has worked at Sky Blue since last summer and purchased the business in March. He and his staff have worked hard to create a great neighborhood hangout with dependable hours and inventive dishes. They are now open seven days a week with coffee and baked goods available starting at 7 a.m. and a full breakfast and lunch menu served from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Expect a lot of interesting daily specials including quiches, omelets, soups and sandwiches.
On a recent visit I particularly enjoyed the "Chadwich," a grilled cheese with bacon, fresh spinach and tomato that was toasted to perfection. Paired with an iced Americano made with local Drew's Brews coffee and a splash of vanilla, it made for a perfect people-watching brunch as I sat on the patio and watched what seemed like the entire neighborhood stroll by. Sky Blue Cafe offers live music during their Sunday brunch, and the joint is usually packed on weekends, so expect to wait a little while.
But hey, what's your hurry? Grab a great cuppa joe and enjoy visiting with your neighbors while you peruse the menu and plan your culinary adventure.
Sky Blue Cafe, 700 Fatherland St., 770-7097.