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November 4, 2011

Ukiah: Schat’s Bakery Cafe; restaurant review

101 North

Schat’s Bakery Cafe 113 W. Perkins St., downtown, (707) 462-1670. B-L; $. 

Located across from the town’s court house, this popular Dutch-heritage bakery makes everything from scratch. Step up to the counter to order. For breakfast it’s omelettes, waffles, burritos, and plenty more; for lunch think soups, salads, stuffed baked potatoes, and sandwiches (including a build your own) made with delicious organic bread—do try the whole-grain sunflower seed or the cloud-soft sheepherder. Popular bakery items include Dutch crunch bread, fruit pastries, oversize macaroons, and hunky muffins. Goods are well priced to begin with, but leftovers become half-price after 5:30 p.m.

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