The pulse of the neighborhood beats strong inside this homey little café and bakeshop. Bring a laptop or a hefty newspaper, or just bring your appetite, and dig into chef-owner Heather Haviland's fresh, earthy, and carefully crafted fare. The frequently changing list of offerings could include fluffy Belgian sweet-corn waffles, or a pair of breakfast burritos, stuffed with scrambled eggs and veggies, and blanketed in a dark, delicious, guajillo-pepper mole. On the side, try some praline bacon, baked with crumbled sugar and finely diced pecans. Or for the veg-heads, maybe the curried tofu or crunchy homemade granola. It's one part Summer of Love, one part Food Network -- the kind of place to make you feel lucky to live in Cleveland.