They have a set of toasts that are quite tasty. We tried the Avocado toast and the Pumpkin Spice toast. The avocado toast was one piece of bread that was richly covered with slices of fresh avocado. There are lots of places that have avocado toast and each one differs in subtle or not-so-subtle ways. Local Roots was one of our favorites in that it was richly covered with everything bagel spices as well as a touch of cayenne. The avocado toast needs to be modified to be vegan, in that the standard version includes butter. You can substitute coconut oil for the butter but we just did without (and didn't miss it). The Pumpkin Spice toast included a pumpkin cinnamon maple spread covered with toasted pumpkin seeds. It was sweeter than the avocado toast and so they complemented each other well. For vegans, ask for the gluten-free bread as the other breads have honey in them. We thought the gluten-free bread was tasty and chewy.
We had their chocolate banana chia overnight oats, which included rolled oats, banana, almond milk, cacao, maple syrup, chia seeds, Himalayan salt and cacao nibs. This was very delicious and sweet but not overly so. We could eat that every morning!
We ended our breakfast with a homemade bottle of almond milk. They make their almond milk there and it was simple and refreshing.
There were several other types of overnight oats and toasts and we look forward to trying them. In addition, they have lots of smoothies, all which can be made vegan. They have bowls as well, including a Classic Acai Bowl as well as oatmeal in which you can choose the toppings. Also, they have cold-press juices waiting for you to taste. On a separate visit, we tried the Clean Green juice and one of the fruit smoothies and both were great!
We enjoyed what we've tried here so far and look forward to returning!