Tallulah’s is what happens when a West Elm projectile vomits haphazardly inside a café, and it’s actually rad. Come for brunch, and after a couple rounds of blackberry mules (like Moscow Mules, but better) and avocado toast, Sunday suddenly won’t seem so bad. Plus, Tallulah’s menu is made up of mostly vegetables, so your vegan friends get more options than a side of breakfast potatoes seasoned with their own tears. They also do a great happy hour, and dinner on the spacious patio is never a bad idea - but brunch is what Tallulah’s does best.
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