i feel like last weekend was the weekend of eating out. it was definitely delicious, but i’m happy to be back to my normal home-cooked meals!
one of those delicious meals out was breakfast on saturday morning.
after we finished at the farmers’ market, katie and i headed to lazy jane’s bakery and cafe for breakfast! we were up early, so we beat the crowds! we arrived around 8:30am and by the time we left around 9:45, the line was growing. there is often a line out the door of the cafe later in the morning on weekends.
full disclosure: we paid for this meal entirely on our own and i was not compensated in any way for this blog post. as always, this review reflects my honest opinions.
i had heard only great things about lazy jane’s and it was high on my list, so i was really pumped to get to finally try it!
as soon as i saw it, i was in love. is it not absolutely adorable?!
i loved the scrabble letter sign.
you order at the counter, so katie and i walked in and immediately started trying to pick which of all of the delicious-sounding options was the most appealing. we also has plenty of time to take in the stocked bakery display.
i ended up getting coffee to drink.
and a frittata with veggies and asiago cheese with wheat berry bread and potatoes on the side.
everything was absolutely delicious. i so didn’t want to stop eating, but i finally had to leave just a bit of my frittata and bread. i couldn’t eat it all!
katie also really liked her breakfast. (i don’t remember what she got!).
remember how i mentioned that bakery case? well, everything looked too good to pass up, so i ordered a raspberry lemon scone and a brie, cranberry, and apple croissant to bring home and share with brad.
and both of them were gone within ~20 minutes of walking in the door.
it is now a personal goal to try every single flavor of scone they offer.
i know i can do it.
lazy jane’s may just be my new favorite breakfast spot in madison! i can’t wait to take brad there.
what’s your favorite breakfast option?
i usually go with eggs when i’m out to eat, oats or yogurt for weekdays, and waffles or egg sandwiches for weekend breakfasts at home!