"The Danish Café" will be opening its doors at 138 Smith Street, which had previously been occupied by White Oak and Apartment.
According to the web site, the owners, Lone & Claudi, are a danish couple from a small island in
Denmark called Bornholm. It is the second outpost for The Danish Café. The first one is located in Red Bank, New Jersey. Lone & Claudi's story:
"We have during the years spent a lot of holidays in the US and has come to love the country and its people. It may seem as a big step, and it sure is, but when we had the opportunity to follow our dream
of living in the US, we gladly took it. We have a background of running a hotel in Denmark and even though it is a totaly different country, we have many things in common. We wanted to present a piece of Denmark to the american people and hen the idea of a danish cafe' came up.
Now we hope, that you, our costumers, will like what we have to offer and
look forward to welcome you in The Danish Cafe."
The café will offer breakfast lunch and dinner as well as week-end brunch. The menu includes baked goods, sandwiches and wraps and there will be a bar.
The concept is simple, but it may just work on Smith Street if the prices are reasonable. What do you think?