The day starts early for Lucy and Ian Dutch, who arrive at 5 a.m. to make multiple types of bread and many pastries for their eager fans. The menu reads like a greatest hits list, with all the things you crave. Egg sandwiches on warm biscuits or smoked salmon on a fresh bagel start the day, while a crispy chicken sandwich, old-fashioned grilled cheese, or pulled ham sandwich hits the spot at lunch. Do not miss the irresistible hash browns.
Address28 Preble St.
- (207) 761-2900
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Maybe you never noticed the unassuming storefront with red and teal lettering on Preble Street, just off Monument Square. Maybe you’ve walked past it, a little curious. Or maybe, like me, you’re already a fan. After consuming many egg sandwiches