Goose Feathers Café and Bakery – Monday Menu
Goose Feathers Café Bakery, Savannah, Georgia
Goose Feathers Café and Bakery, 39 Barnard St., Savannah, Georgia, (912) 233-4683
(I was so out of my mind with hunger by the time we reached Goose Feathers Café and Bakery, I was remiss in taking any photos of our meals. Please do not think less of me, for my oversight.)
What’s the most important meal of the day? Well, breakfast of course! Everybody knows that!
And, when you are traveling, it’s imperative to find a place close to where you are staying. After all, you’re weak, diminished, downright puny after having gone many hours without sustenance.
Thank our lucky stars, and Yelp, we were able to find our way to Goose Feathers Café and Bakery. And, none to soon, I might add, as we were on our last legs and vultures were circling overhead.
As we stumbled through the door of Goose Feathers Café and Bakery to a rousing greeting, “Arnie! Jo!” á la the way the regulars on the TV series “Cheers” would greet Norm. Hmmmm….. Well, not really, but such was the state of our delirium at that stage.
As we arrived, the line at Goose Feathers Café and Bakery was nearly out the door. Both, a good thing and a bad thing, I think you would agree, depending on how you are looking at it.
The line, however; moved swiftly, almost too swiftly, as we were trying to decide what to order as it moved along. But, soon we were at the order counter to place our order. Yes, you understood me correctly, The Order Counter.
You place your order, find a place to sit, and the food is courteously delivered to your table soon after. We were surprised by this as I don’t remember reading this in any reviews.
We started with a cup of deliciously fresh fruit cut in nice bite size chunks. From there, Jo had an Eggetarian, which is two perfectly poached eggs with cheddar, pesto, tomato and hollandaise liberally slathered on top of a buttery, flakey croissant.
I ordered a Breakfast Panini stuffed with scrambled eggs and cheddar on chewy homemade Italian ciabatta with savory salami, roasted red peppers and their own top-secret panini oil. But, the pièce de résistance (that might be overstating things a bit) was their oh so tasty Bread Pudding, so reminiscent of my dear mother’s recipe. So delicious!
Goose Feathers Café and Bakery isn’t just for breakfast, though. We did not eat any other meals there, but their extensive menu must be as long as my arm, that includes a wide array of dishes, and a kids menu, as well.
You will find: City Market Sandwiches served on choice of homemade croissant, French, sourdough, multigrain baguette, sliced rye, flour tortilla wrap or bagel stuffed with different meats. There are several vegetarian offerings too, like The Oglethorpe, made with Vermont Cheddar, tomatoes, fresh spinach, purple onions, red cabbage, cucumbers and sprouts with pesto mayo on multigrain baguette.
Great food, close-by site, friendly staff – what’s not to like about Goose Feathers Café and Bakery. Check. It. Out.
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