The Huckleberry

by Heather on November 27, 2010

One of the things I love most about holidays and vacations is the ability to go eat breakfast at fun, local, CUTE places around town.  Since Nate and I were lucky enough to have the day off yesterday we decided to try out The Huckleberry in downtown Louisville, a cute little bakery and shop that I had seen many times but never been in.

Why oh why have I not been here before?!  Anywhere that has this sign plastered on the exterior of their building should be a shoo-in.  $3 dessert happy hour?  Yes PLEASE!

Sigh.  I miss Hawaii….

Playin’ cute ;)

The Huckleberry boasts a really great breakfast and lunch menu, along with their little bakery and tea bar.  The reason we ended up choosing this place to eat is because Nate was craving French toast and knew that they could deliver.  However, I went with the Italian Scramlette (eggs with Italian sausage, fresh basil, tomatoes, and fresh mozzarella) that was served with home fries (a little overdone in some parts) and a biscuit.

 

And here’s the reason we went in the first place.

 

And yes, it was worth it.

It’s just the cutest little getaway in the middle of a great downtown area.  I loved the mix of rough wood with welded metal.

And teapots galore!

The only thing I’m wondering is why I didn’t get any of this with my meal?  Oh, what’s that?  Because I was still stuffed to the gills from dinner on Thanksgiving?

Details, details.

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{ 19 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Matt November 27, 2010

I love going out to breakfast! Looks like a great place :)

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2 AshleyRane November 27, 2010

Did you get any tea? Next time you go try their Blue Moon black tea. It’s out of this world. If you like Mate, try Mate Latte! Yum. I’m glad you liked it. Let’s make it a double date next time.

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3 Lauren November 27, 2010

That french toast looks fantastic!

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4 Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic November 27, 2010

What a cute place! I used to go to a breakfast place like that in Plymouth, MA and it was so charming and had the best homefries.

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5 Estela @ Weekly Bite November 27, 2010

I love Nate’s hat :)

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6 Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun November 27, 2010

I would love to find a little place like that for breakfast close to where we live. The closest I have found is Dutch Monkey Doughnuts. Not quite a solid breakfast…but certainly delicious! They even have maple bacon doughnuts regularly. I know you (and Jessica) would love that.

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7 kristastes November 27, 2010

What an adorable little spot :)

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8 Salah November 27, 2010

that place looks so cute!!!

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9 Maren November 27, 2010

This little cafe looks so cute. I love little places like this. I’m glad you finally had a chance to try it out.

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10 lpskins November 27, 2010

I would devour that whole carrot cake. You look great in hats.

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11 Jessica @ How Sweet November 27, 2010

That picture of you is too cute. :)

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12 Mary @ Bites and Bliss November 27, 2010

I think the same thing everytime I leave a restaurant with desserts right at the front. They look sooo appetizing you almost want to go back for more.

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13 Gabriela @ Fro-Yo Lover November 27, 2010

Dessert Happy Hour?!
Count me in, hahahaha! :)

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14 Angela November 28, 2010

Your so close to my bro and his family. I wonder if they have seen or heard of this cute little place. Love the quaintness of it:)

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15 Mary November 28, 2010

Lars and I love to do the same thing…we try to find out-of-the-way places to eat and discover some real gems!

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16 Ashley November 28, 2010

Umm, are you just the cutest thing ever or what? Yes, I believe it is true! :)

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17 rebecca November 28, 2010

we almost went there last weekend but changed our mind at the last minute. glad to hear it’s good! :)

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18 Ingrid November 29, 2010

Those little cakes look super yummy!!

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19 Jacqui December 2, 2010

I love those teapots.

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