Cafe Mozart

 
 
 

Price: $

Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 7:am-3:30pm; Sunday and Monday 8am-2pm

Recommended: I have yet to try everything (there's quite a lot) but so far everything I've had I've enjoyed. The emerging favorites are any of the strudels (seriously so good) and the bienenstich (don't ask me how to say it I just know it's delicious and point to it every time) which is a slice of two pieces of sugardough with a thick layer of Bavarian cream sandwiched in between. Here's a full menu to see everything there is to choose from but keep in mind it's all made fresh so they do run out. If you're wanting something specific, call ahead.

Specials:

  • Everyday: Buy 6 danishes, get 1 free
  • Tuesday: Buy 12 danishes, get 6 free
  • Wednesday: Buy a sandwich, get a free beverage
  • Thursday: Buy 2 slices of apple strudel, get the third for free
  • On Sundays they have German cheesecake which is a little different than regular cheesecake (it doesn't even need to be refrigerated). I liked it, some people don't. I'd say at least give it a try.

Atmosphere: You're going to feel a bit like you're walking into grandma's house (especially if she's German and has an affinity for Mozart). There's only a few tables but it's definitely the type of place where you grab a coffee and pastry to eat and then take a whole batch home. They also have a drive-thru! Might come in handy one day if you're rushing for some pastries!

For more info check out their page on Yelp.