|exterior of Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, California|
This narrow hole in the wall seems somehow intimidating, but once you’re inside the Guerilla Cafe the atmosphere is warm and welcoming. It has a comfortable, casual cafe vibe, with local art on the walls. Seating consists of a long counter with round stools, and a few tables with chairs both indoors and outdoors. Customers order at the front counter, then take a seat. Breakfast includes a variety of pastries--the mini scones are mega good and the popular gluten-free mochi muffins are usually gone--as well as an assortment of egg dishes, polenta porridge, and a waffle of the day (are you up for lemon-poppyseed?), but no bacon. The chai latte is delish, and a rich hot chocolate is also exceptional. Lunch items include a savory polenta topped with mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, and a drizzle of truffle oil, and the soup is always vegetarian. Breakfast is served until 2 p.m.; lunch begins at 10:30 a.m.
|interior of Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, California|
|barista at Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, California|
|chai latte and mini scone at Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, California|
|menu at Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, California|
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