Despite eating the same thing every day, breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Something about breakfast food just feels different than lunch or dinner. Even at other times of the day, it still carries the same satisfaction.
There's a difference between good and bad breakfast food though, quality really does matter here as it does in other things. That's why The Patio Cafe in Fig Garden is one of my favorite places.
The owner Robyn started the cafe out of a desire to provide better quality, good tasting food. When she opened 22 years ago, the concept of organic, farm-to-table food wasn't well known, but Robyn knew the value of it. Given where we are, in the agricultural capital of the world, we have direct access to incredible produce and ingredients. That's why Robyn knew this idea would be successful.
Patio Cafe doesn't just provide good tasting breakfast food, they do it while sourcing ingredients locally and organically, supporting famers of the Central Valley. You'll find a full traditional breakfast menu including things like pancakes and french toast, but if you compare her creations to that of Denny's or IHOP, you'll see pretty quickly why quality makes all the difference. It simply cannot be beat.
It's more than just breakfast though. They serve lunch as well, or as their menu says: "Munch Time". Once the afternoon rolls around, you'll find the menu full of delicious salads, sandwiches, and more. Everything is locally sourced and wholesome, making it that much better. It's a great option for lunch no matter what you're looking for.
No matter what time of day you go, you'll be able to find great tasting food.
Even with the Coronavirus affecting everything in our lives, The Patio Cafe continues to provide great quality food through take and delivery via DoorDash, UberEats, and in-house.
Right now, you can take advantage of some pretty amazing specials while also getting access to some amazing, locally sourced food. Robyn has created local produce boxes filled with all sorts of in-season produce from Central Valley farms as well as basic household items and treats like bread, eggs, and cookies.
You can also get brunch boxes, taco kits, and a deal for breakfast burritos (5 for $25).
Not only is The Patio Cafe a staple of the Fresno food scene, it's also providing some great deals and resources to the community in a time of need.
They're selling out fast though, so get yours today!
If you want to find out more information about these specials, or to place your order, you can do the following: