A favorite family friendly haunt for locals.
Shhh... this is the place where all the locals hang out for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We found this place a few years after relocating from the Bay Area where we were spoiled with so many great restaurants. We wanted to find a place to go for breakfast on the weekends. Sadly all the highly recommended breakfast spots were either only one step above a Denny's, too expensive for what you got, or the service so awful we vowed never to return. One day in Fall of 2000 we took our car for a wash at the far end of the same complex. We stopped by to look at the Wildflower Bakery menu and found they were still serving breakfast. We've been regulars since then. It is a family friendly place serving a great breakfast, superb lunch and several great dinner dishes. Please know that this place is trendy enough to take your hippest out of town guests and not be embarrased.
One major warning: it is very hard to get a table at certain times. Mid-morning Saturday's is very busy and you have to wait for a table to become available. Do not go right after the local churches let out on Sunday 10-1pm unless you are willing to wait and you really don't want to cook.
This place serves quality food, has excellent service, and is a great value. This location has been remodeled and expanded and is now even better than before. We missed this place during the months it was closed and we are enjoying the new decor, the new team and the return to our favorite local haunt.
When it's bread you crave and bread you "knead", pick Wildflower.. In Short An upscale bakery that turns out crusty artisan loaves, this shop may be the Valley's answer to the European cafe, where friends linger over lunch and loners show up with a laptop or a book. Besides usual selections, look for exotica such as olive loaf (chunky with Spanish and kalamata olives), chiabatta, pane Pugliese, and panettone (a sweet Italian breakfast bread studded with raisins, hazelnuts and dried fruit).