The Low Down
Fun Fact: The restaurant isn't joking around when it calls itself organic. About 98 percent of what patrons consume here--down to the ketchup, sweetener and fruit juice soda--bears the certification. The goal is to become 100 percent organic.
Where to Sit: Dining alone? Grab a spot at the six-seater bar and relax with a paper and cup of joe, or chat with the amiable barista and other solo patrons.
Save Time: The restaurant gets packed on weekends. If you're able, go on a weekday when you can enjoy the same food sans the hour-long wait.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Family-owned, organic-focused cafe in Bridgeport.
by Carly Boers at Citysearch
It's not unusual for "Nana" herself, Maria Solis, or one of her two sons to offer their enthusiastic greetings as they oversee the Bridgeport crowd. White-painted brick walls and shiny copper light fixtures dangling from a high ceilingâ¦
Nana's Food Good Idea
By Sa Smith at Citysearch
Nanaâs I have eaten there three times in the past three weeks; once for breakfast and two times for dinner. It is really interesting food, ver... Read More
Upscale neighborhood bistro
By Pasha2 at Citysearch
Perfect place for quiet, delicious breakfast or lunch. Fresh squeezed juices, cappuccino. Today had lemon ricotta pancakes and my husband had the... Read More
Omar Solis Owner, goes back on his word!
By LessLee at Citysearch
I was looking for a place to have my family for mothers day, and my daughters christening (a 2 in 1). I talk to Omar for the first time 4-23 and he... Read More