Community Loaves – Brunch 12/14/14

My parents have been asking about the source of the awesome baked goods that i’ve been feeding them, so I decided to take them to brunch after church. I actually had brunch again after this with some friends, but that will be my next post. #teamfat

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Outside dining entrance

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Brunch menu on cutting board

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Garden view

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Floral tablecoth

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Pear Sourdough Pancakes served with Blood Oranges

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Bagel, Egg, and Cheese served with Blood oranges

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Bagel, bagel, Rainbow Chard and Cherry Tomato Quiche

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Floral

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Cool bread wreath bro!

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Quice

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Pie

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Sea Salt Chocolate Cookies for the road

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**Pros

– The vibe, Community Loaves always make you feel at home, sitting outside in the garden, in the shade, with a cool breeze, sippin on OJ, eatin my brunch with the fam, watching a little girl catch lizards in the garden, a nice chill Sunday afternoon.
– The food is delicious! House made bagels, local pears and blood oranges, home-made quiche, roasted sweet potatoes
-MMmMm Sea Salt Chocolate cookies!

**Cons

– It’s pretty pricey, $10 for 2 Sourdough Pear Pancakes and 3 slivers of blood orange. Gimmie 3 pancakes and some extra blood oranges and I”m happy.
– No meat, though they said you can bring your own meat lol

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Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/community-loaves-jacksonville-2?osq=community+loave

My Community Loaves Pizza Night review: https://nomnomjax.com/2014/11/20/community-loaves-pizza-night-111914/

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