The first time I visited Délice Bistro was on a walking food tour of Tempe. It’s a European-style pâtisserie (a type of French or Belgian bakery that specializes in pastries and sweets) that makes their pastries and entrees from scratch. They are located off historic Tempe’s Mill Ave near ASU campus. In addition to their wonderful parties, they serve European sandwiches, soups and salads (made fresh daily). When I came here last, I had a nutella crêpe with some coffee. They also have a variety of breakfast entrees that include omelets, croissant french toasts and eggs benedicts. But you can’t come here without trying one of their delightful desserts or hand-dipped Bouchée chocolates. Today I had a carrot cake with some coffee from Peixoto. It was delicious and made for a nice late afternoon snack.
We stopped for a late breakfast in Sausalito at a little place called Caffe Tutti. It’s a cute little place that serves meals but is known more for their coffee and pastries. It’s in a great spot because it is located right next to the ferry. I was hungry and went for the Chicken Parmigiana as my friend Candace stuck to breakfast. A great stop to start our day!