German Village Coffee Shop
June 25, 2011 § Leave a comment
With my time left in Columbus dwindling, it’s time to get serious about the Bucket List.
Last night, Rob and I decided that we would tackle something on the list today, which brings us to breakfast at German Village Coffee Shop.
It’s in German Village (obviously) located right next to Bakery Gingham and Thurman’s for any Columbus readers.
It’s a very small, old school diner, serving up typical greasy spoon food. When we walked in to give our name, there was a huge crowd with every seat filled and the smell of bacon was permeating the air. We knew we were in for a good meal.
After a short wait, we got seats right in front of the grill, which provided some entertainment while we waited for our breakfasts. More entertainment came from the placemats, which were full of trivia questions. Rob and I had fun reading the questions to each other, even though we didn’t know many of the answers.
After waiting for a good amount of time, we finally got our food. I got a blueberry pancake and a veggie omelet. Both were great! I love a good blueberry pancake, this one had warm, fresh blueberries that burst open with every bite. The omelet was typical diner fare, greasy, hot and delicious.
Rob and I both enjoyed our breakfasts and were really happy that we got out and tried a new place!