Have you ever been at The Grove – Farmers Market in the evening and wanted breakfast? Well, go check out Charlie’s Coffee Shop located at The Grove in the Farmers Market area, far back towards the end, near the restrooms…west patio. (T) and I are always looking for some sweet bread options and Charlie’s is what we found.
“OMG I want a pancake too. I can’t sit here and watch you eat that,” I explained to (T).
She patiently waited while I put the orders in for the two of us. And don’t get us wrong guys, you can order anything from breakfast served all day to burgers and fries. We just prefer breakfast.
What I enjoy is that the food is cooked to order. And if you come at a certain time during the season you can catch a small live band perform, while eating your food outside in the food court. This (F.O.) spot has been apart of The Farmers Market for some time and you’ll continue to catch a relative behind the counter. Sadly enough I did not order their french toast of which they’re known for. Nonetheless, it gives me an excuse to return.
“Should we get another one?” The pathetic questions we dare to ask. Instead we slowly ate our yummy cakes and engaged in humorous conversation. So again, if needing breakfast and near The Grove, hit up Charlie’s.
Oh and don’t forget to get your parking validated.
Customer Service ***
2 cups flour
2 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
2 eggs, beaten
2 cups buttermilk
1/4 cup vegetable oil
- Lightly grease pan/griddle with oil or butter.
- Combine and stir first 5 ingredients
- In a separate bowl, mix eggs, buttermilk, and oil
- Began to heat pan/griddle
- Next add the flour mixture into the egg mixture until moistened.
- Pour batter onto hot greased pan while making small circles to create your pancake.
- Cook pancake until multiple bubbles form and edges are golden, then flip it to the other side with spatula.
Offering an updated 2018 guide to (B.O.) Breakfast & Brunch spots throughout Los Angeles, CA.
Adassa’s Breakfast Cafe
4305 Degnan Blvd
– Ste 103
Los Angeles, CA 90008
3105 Washington Blvd., Marina del Rey
3740 S. Crenshaw Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Flavor Table, The
2812 W. Florence Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90043
Jack’s Family Kitchen
3965 S Western Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90062
It was around the time of my New Years (my birthday). (T) decided to take me to The Griddle Cafe, a place located in Hollywood that I’ve been to before, but not in a very, very long time. We drove separately.
“Are you there yet?” I asked over the phone.
“I’m here!” she responded with great enthusiasm.
I pulled up, lucky enough to find street parking around the corner. The line was long as usual. Some talked on the phone, while others wandered off constantly running back to check-in for their table.
“Have you called us yet?” We too were those people who wondered off.
I just don’t understand. I mean, I just really don’t. I’ve gone to so many breakfast places here in Vegas and none of them seem capable of offering something painfully delicious. Clearly I am on the wrong road of breakfast foods. <sigh> I just thought, besides going to the over priced spots, I could find that fun, mom and pop spot that all the locals know about and the food is always good. WELL, haven’t found it…which is very sad.
(M) wanted to go Babystacks, a place that was on my foodie list. Here’s the deal, I already went, but forgot lol. (S) and I went two months ago and it was just ok. I was not impressed with anything and clearly the memory of the establishment was a blur.
We walk towards the building. “I’m so excited, can’t wait to try the french toast” I share with (S).
She agrees with a huge smile and begins listing her pancake options.
“Oh, she’s here!” someone shares across the table.
Alright, I have another one for ya! The Eagle and I (the boyfriend) took a trip to try out this Pineapple Upside-Down Pancake. These trips aren’t always planned, for sometimes the people call upon us. Who are these people? You know, the people. The people reach out to us when in need of deciding where to eat. It’s what we do…and I enjoy it.
We pull up, seems the lot knew we were in the neighborhood – parking was easy. The Eagle steps out to adjust his sun-glasses. “BEEP” the car locks. “Head towards the green awning”, I yell out. We worked our way to the door, confirming its entrance.
It’s bright and pleasant inside, I smile with approval. The waitress guides us to our seat, seconds for waiting. I suddenly hear chatter, “I think it’s her?” I knew what they’re thinking. The sounds take me back to Jacks n Joe‘s.
I place the order – DISHES CRASH!!!
“She ordered it,” a young girl whispers.
“You think she’ll like it?” another questions.
The Eagle wasn’t so sure so we opted to share yet ordered potatoes and eggs with a biscuit on the side.