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Bacon Breakfast Cafe opens in M'ville

 

November 1, 2017 | View PDF

Christopher Andersson

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, left, and Chili Christian, one of the managers for the new Bacon Breakfast Cafe, cut the ribbon to the cafe on Oct. 26.

A new Marysville breakfast location, the Bacon Breakfast Cafe, held their grand opening on Oct. 26.

The American-style cafe is at 3943 116th St. NE, Suite 113, Marysville, near the WinCo Foods in central Marysville.

They offer a variety of classic breakfast items including pancakes, waffles, eggs and omelettes.

"The idea was to offer the customers the all-American experience of a home-cooked meal," said Chili Christian, one of the restaurant's managers.

He said that the food is fresh and not frozen.

Although that makes it kind of hard to do some items.

"You're always looking for the hash browns and it's kind of hard to do a fresh hash brown," said Christian, which is why the cafe serves "home fries" instead.

"Which is kind of like the old-fashioned hash browns," he said.

They also have some other breakfast items available like crepes and organic coffee.

"Why organic coffee? Well the level of acidity is less and that makes it not so bad for your stomach," said Christian.

Christian said that one of the goals of the cafe was to have a good experience for customers.

"Customer service is dead and we need to bring it back," he said. "We want to put the love and intentional care into your food so you don't have that thought like 'oh man, is this going to be cooked enough?'"

They also hope to have a quick experience and said that the time to get your food from order should be about 15 minutes.

The cafe accepts call-in orders and provides to go orders as well, said Christian.

They are open from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and the cooks began preparing the food at 5:15 a.m., said Christian.

The cafe had their soft opening on Oct. 10 and held a grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Oct. 26.

"We're always excited to welcome a new business, and I was impressed to see the community work and support for community efforts that you guys have," said Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring at the ribbon cutting.

The idea for the cafe began about a year ago between a group of local business managers.

"We do food, we do hospitality, we do management, and we all got together for this," he said.

The Bacon Breakfast Cafe is the first in what they hope will be a local franchise, said Christian, although he added he wants to keep a local touch as well.

"We want to stay local," he said. "We love the idea of this city and the way it is growing ... we are excited we found this little nook."

More information about the new local cafe is available at on their website at http://www.baconbreakfastcafe.com. or by calling 360-548-3252.

 

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