The Daisy Cafe

Children are very hungry and calm after a swim lesson. It’s a wonderful thing to see.

I decided to treat them to lunch out.

A friend recommended The Daisy Cafe to me awhile back and I trust her judgment. So down to Magnolia we went. The Daisy Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch – a good time to go out with kids. Their menu is varied, which means I get lots of choices. That’s when I ask about the special. I like to test the creativity of the kitchen. The special was a Hawaiian sandwich: grilled ham and cheese with pineapple on Breadfarm grilled bread. Needless to say, when my daughter saw what I got, she had to have some (I’ve done that to my partner since forever, so it is genetic). I ordered a side of coleslaw which could only have been fresher in my own kitchen. The meal was VERY satisfying and tasty. My girl agreed. That is, after she polished off her junior cheese pizza. It was yummy; a bit too cheesy for me, but perfect for my kids (my son ordered a junior pepperoni).

My kids were so happy at The Daisy Cafe they kept sneaking waves and smiles at the server. She was above and beyond nice. The restaurant is bright and cheery and clean. And it serves those perfect cupcakes we’ve eaten at the Bellingham Farmer’s Market, too.

Must go back for breakfast.

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