Owner Sevala Kulovic and her husband Mirsad are refugees from Bosnia, now on the demanding path toward achieving the American dream with this inviting downtown cafe. Breakfast is served every day and consists of the usual American wake-up fare. Sevala cracks every egg, grills every slice of sausage and toasts every piece of bread herself. It is at lunch that the culinarily curious can sample Bosnian cuisine via several items on the regular menu. The chevapi is ground beef seasoned with lots of garlic, formed into finger-sized logs, then pan-sautéed, drizzled with sour cream and served with four warmed and buttered triangles of Sevala’s delicious homemade pita bread. The snicla, or Bosnian schnitzel, is a pounded-thin cutlet of beef, pan-fried with salt and pepper, then served with French fries and pita bread. More conventional lunch fare includes calzones, made with the same good homemade pita dough, baked to a golden exterior and served with a thick and robust tomato sauce.
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, cash
Parking: Lot Available
Reservations: Not Necessary