Say hello to Poke the Bear in Northcote.
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A special washed processed Colombian is currently available, which is from the Womens Coffee Growers Project.
Visited for breakfast on a Sunday morning-excellent!This particular lot poke perfect foodora from the Cauca region is farmed by women only, and progressive betting strategy blackjack the project aids in the provision of education, housing, and health to all 2300 members and their families.Mamma's special mention: You are in the heart of Northcote, go for a walk and check out some of the local designers and shops.This cafe hasn't been opened for long but it's something pretty special.Hot drinks come with a little strip of paper printed with quirky words of wisdom and"s.Green is packed with kale, spinach, celery, and mint.When the consenquences come with super friendly staff and delicious food, this Mamma will definately be poking this bear and promises she will be back to do it again.
A fern wall feature brings a slice of nature inside, and wicker light shades punctuate the Balinese vibe.
Red is beetroot, carrot, and apple.
Yellow has pineapple, orange and passionfruit.Every babychino also comes with a tiny too making your little ones experience extra special.Its not hard to see why really, one step inside this Mitchell Street space treats you to the intoxicating smell of Wide Open Road coffee and warming aromas coming from the kitchen.Oozing Melbourne cool, Poke the Bear is one of Northcotes most sought-after cafes.Cassidy is an avid tennis fan and thought up the name after hearing a commentator remark, dont poke the bear during a match.Who said 'don't poke the bear'?With highchairs, kids (cub) menu with everything little ones enjoy, pencils and colouring books to keep them entertained.We both had the Papa Bear dish, all items hot, well presented and excellent portion.Poke the Bear is the first solo venture of Ryan Cassidy, who previously co-owned Truman in Albert Park, Galleon in St Kilda, and Veruca Salt in Elwood.Poke the Bear takes a quirkier approach, inspired by Cassidys trips to Bali.The menu has variety and most meals have a gluten free option.The cafe gets children.
Mamma got the Nacho's with the bean salsa and it was delicious.