Sabrina's Cafe is a quaint establishment that's small in size, but actually separated into three different rooms for seating. The largest room is a sunny space with two levels, and windows that open up to the outside. There are also tables available on the street during the warm weather months.
Sabrina’s, as mentioned before, is most famous for its breakfast. The specials, which can change weekly, feature very unique items such as pumpkin pancakes ($11) or challah stuffed French toast. The toast is stuffed with anything from white chocolate to marshmallows ($8.95). There’s also stuffed caramelized French toast (stuffed with creamy farmers cheese, bananas or strawberries and topped with a vanilla bean maple syrup, $6.95-$8.25). The breakfast menu also has traditional items like eggs and bagels, but if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can opt for the barking Chihuahua, a massive omelet with black beans, red peppers, and pepper jack cheese rolled into a tortilla topped with a heaping spoonful of sour cream and zesty tomato sauce ($8)
For brunch/lunch, there are a few standouts as well. Sandwiches like Mel’s chicken cutlet (tender cornmeal encrusted chicken topped with spinach and melted provolone cheese, $8) and the islander (fresh ahi tuna served with caramelized red onions, lettuce, and a zesty wasabi mayo, $11.50) are both customer favorites.
Sabrina’s is by far one of the most popular destinations for city goers. With outstanding food and portions, it’s easy to understand why. Head over to Sabrina’s for some kick ass breakfast or brunch, but get there early, waiting time for a table on a weekend afternoon can reach a running time of two hours or so.