Sunday Morning at the Olive Mill

We’ve found our Sunday morning spot !  When we lived in Hong Kong we went to church on Sunday evenings so we spent our Sunday morning at a place called Pacific Coffee.  We’d read the Sunday edition of the South China Morning Post and Dave would do the New York Times crossword puzzle which he had printed up from the Winnipeg Free Press online.  

dave doing puzzle coffee shopTwo years ago when we stayed in the Gold Canyon area of Phoenix  we found a nice little coffee place a short bike ride away where we could have Sunday breakfast, read The New York Times and do the crossword. This year we are staying in the San Tan area so we needed to scout out a new Sunday morning spot.  dave-crossword-olive-millWe found it at The Olive Mill oil-and-vinegar-olive-millla cool place where they make their own olive oils and vinegrettes olives-stuffed-with-blue-cheese always have lots of great stuff out for tasting. coffee-olive-mill and roast their own blends of coffee. breakfast-olive-milllWe are eating our way through the delicious breakfast menu having different items each week. Last week we tried the peaches and cream waffle and the lemon ricotta pancakes.organic-garden-olive-millThey grow their own herbs at the Olive Mill. dave-outdoor-olive-mill Last week it was warm enough to eat outside so we stayed till Dave had finished the crossword.  I was even able to help him with a few of the clues. I read my way through most of Sunday’s edition of The New York Times.  Lots of fascinating articles. We’ve already taken two sets of visitors to the Olive Mill for Sunday morning breakfast and have another date planned with friends next week.  We may just get through all the menu items before its time to head home. 

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One response to “Sunday Morning at the Olive Mill

  1. We’ve been there..a great spot!

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