Huckleberry Cafe

Wow – I can’t believe it’s only 1:30pm and so much has happened already! First thing’s first – we dropped off Abe’s parents at LAX:



To help combat the sadness of saying goodbye, we treated ourselves to a West Side brunch at Huckleberry Cafe.


Woah – apparently we weren’t the only ones with this idea – parking in the back lot wasn’t too bad at 10am, but there was a loooong line.


I tried to save us seats while Abe ordered, but was informed that was a no-no. Oops!


Despite the crowds, this is my kinda place!




The baked goods looked amazing, but I was a bit overwhelmed and decided to just stick to the menu…


…though I’m kicking myself now for not ordering a piece of this to go – it looks like it could rival Urth Caffe’s version!


We were able to find seating outside. It was cold, but better than the noisy chaos indoors.


And this way, our little Huckleberry Hound could join us!


I bused the table myself; you also are responsible for bringing out your own water/condiments.


The food arrives pretty quickly, though!


I ordered the Quinoa, Spinach, and Butternut Squash topped with two Eggs, Sunnyside Up. Abe got the Soft Baked Eggs with Roasted Tomato Sauce, White Beans, and Parmesan Cheese:


I love eating brunch in my pajamas! Reminds me of college.


This is the kinda meal I would cook at home – except I never take the time to roast whole cloves of garlic – makes a BIG difference.



Abe got some runny-yolk action too.


Traded bites for bites. And bites.




Breakfast like kings – we had energy to tackle three loads of laundry, clean the entire house, and this is normally when we’d be rolling OUT of bed on a weekend!

Next up on the agenda – put up the X-mas Tree, take Julius for a walk, maybe see a movie, and of course…

Launch my Saturday FAAAAAVORITE THIIIINGS giveaway!!!


This week’s prize: Tofu XPress, which I reviewed back in April and use all the time – it truly is one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, and you can get one for free by doing one of the following:

Let me know how you entered in the comments section; extra points for doing all three – plus if you tweet/blog/spread the word you’ll increase your odds of winning. One U.S Resident will be chosen at random and contacted next week!


64 thoughts on “Huckleberry Cafe

  1. Monet

    Wow! What a day and what a breakfast! I need to find/open a place like Huckleberry in Austin. I just love when you can order breakfast food that isn’t the standard eggs and pancakes. Delicious! Thank you for sharing. I hope you are having a lovely Saturday afternoon!

  2. Heidi

    Whaaaaat? $45 for a pie! And it looks like that was the marked DOWN price. Obscene! Stick to the Whole Foods chocolate pecan, I say. 🙂 Glad you enjoyed brunch, and happy tree-decorating! xoxo

  3. edenseats

    Hey lynn,
    I love huckleberry! I know the owners and they are so sweet and its a very “mom and pop” type place. Their homemade english muffins are ridiculously delicious.
    I “liked” Tofu Express on Bookface (yep I call it that)

  4. Nicole

    That place looks super sweet! I’m glad you found a place to sit. You picked the same breakfast I would have picked (if I ate eggs). I’m going to try something similar with some tofu tomorrow morning!

    I’m now following TofuXpress on Twitter, and I “liked” them on Facebook. I would be over the moon to win this. I mean, it’s really that cat’s pajamas.

  5. greensandjeans

    I’ve been dying for one of these! Abe looks SO much like his dad! That picture of the “group hug” is just adorable.

  6. Jessie

    I am following on twitter and liked them on Facebook.

    I’ve been wanting one of these for a while, but can’t justify spending the money 🙁 I eat tofu way too much not to use this all the time!

  7. JANET

    I entered all 3 sites to win the Tofu Express. I just love tofu and know this would be a great addition to my vegetarian dishes.. Also. Love following your blog and all the delicious food you eat.
    Hope you had a great Holiday weekend.
    Thanks for letting me enter

  8. MarathonVal

    Wow, this place looks amazing!!! I love the creativity in those dishes. Have fun putting up the Christmas tree…. even though you guys are late by my (weird) standards 😉

  9. Ameena

    I went to Huckleberry back when it opened last June (I think?). I was NOT impressed! It was crazy busy and the food was just average. Ali and I swore we’d never return, especially because of the crowds but now I am inspired to maybe give it another chance?

  10. elaine

    thanks for hosting this amazing giveaway! i heard this press is what allows tofu to really soak up the flavor of its marinade! i signed up for the newsletter.

  11. jessica o'brien

    we see abe’s face! i feel like spotting him on your blog could be a drinking game 😉 love the family group hug shot.

    breakfast looks super yum – never been there! adding it to my ever-growing list.

  12. elise

    good choice! thats definitely one of the best dishes they make…and ive been quite a few times, so im considering myself an expert 😉 next time its a date!

  13. jessica o'brien

    i rarely enter blog giveaways, but this is something i could actually use! i did 3: subscribed to their newsletter, followed them on facebook + followed them on twitter! thanks for the chance.

  14. Walking E

    I did two – Facebook and the newsletter. This looks like a great product! I could’ve used it when I was pressing some tofu the other day. 😉

  15. Eileen

    I am really enjoying your blog. Yay Tofu press! I didn’t even know these existed until you posted it. I am thinking it will finally help me make the stir fry I’ve always wanted. Thanks!

  16. Erin Walkowiak

    I liked the Tofu XPress on facebook. This looks so amazing – I really like tofu but getting the water out can be so annoying.


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