My son Will has been jetting around town with me, exploring breakfast joints and collecting info for the book. Yesterday, just before we set out, we saw on Twitter that Johnny DiLoretto was live at The Angry Baker. Since we were passing through the area, we stopped in to watch them tape their last segment.
We watched them make their French toast sandwich, and then got to sample it. It was simply delicious: custardy soft french toast that you could cut with the side of your fork, with salty ham and cheese plus sweet (and real!) maple syrup.
I still need to do an “official” visit to Angry Baker, but their small breakfast menu, plus the load of pastries, looks really promising. Such a nice addition to Olde Towne East.
The space includes seating at the counter or at some cafe tables. The counter seating lets you watch all the action in the kitchen.
If you haven’t dropped by yet, you need to!
The Angry Baker
891 Oak St.