Respond to Review of CLOSED: Cafe Gratitude
Review: Today was my first visit to Cafe Graditude. It was an enjoyable eating experience, but I was turned off by the high prices. The menu was inventive and with varied. We started with a sampler of nut spread/cheese, some sort of bruschetta, and olive tapenade with raw crackers. The house cashew cheese was amazingly creamy and delicious! My dining companion had the enchilada and was not wowed. I had a bowl of miso soup and the a "cheese burger" (nut-based patty and cashew cheddar cheese". While our entrees were okay.. we were WOWED by the coconut cream pie. Creamy, crunchy, and coconutty. YUM! Be prepared when you go here... diners are likely to share a table up close and personal with other patrons. The noise level in the main dining room got annoying the crowded it got. Overall, I liked this place, but the frugal side of me will make it an occasional dining spot. It's a good spot for those interested in exploring what the raw eating experience is all about.