A little Victorian Village corner in Columbus with lively, local color and great edible fare
|Dexter Checks Out the Chalk Board|
showcase free exchange programs and flavors-of-the-times). Lastly, a substantial menu offering of eats that are exclusive to the house or patronizes local specialties is essential. Katalina's Cafe Corner epitomizes those distinctions.
|The Teeny, Tiny Space|
We were there for lunch on a festival day in the Short North area. It's hard to miss from the street with parking adjacent in a back lot and on the street. The establishment itself is small. Really small. So tiny I'm not sure how they handle any type of crowd on a winter's day. It appears more like a seasonal seaside venture. But don't let that deter your visit. There was ample room on the outside terrace and I can't help but imagine that they have an answer for my chilly weather lament.
|Slow-Roasted Pork & Egg Breakfast Sandwich|
|Cuban Pressed "Mixto"|
|Mixed Berry Cupcake and|
Chocolate Bacon Bark
Cuban Pressed "Mixto" that substantiated their motto of "tradition with a twist". For dessert, we couldn't resist the pretty Mixed Berry Cupcake that was on the countertop and the Chocolate Bacon Bark inside the display case. Both were oozing with flavor, but the bark was superbly smooth and crispy. All surpassed my expectations of a classic Coffee House.