Helmed by Munich-trained chef, Claudia Kemmet-Cooper, this German-style eatery is equal parts café, restaurant, and bakery. The place is a gluten mecca of sorts, churning out ciabatta and challah loaves along with danishes, croissants, macaroons and lemon bars -- Claudia will even make your wedding cake. The adjoining café offers breakfast and lunch, and most importantly, a full-service coffee bar, all in a tasteful lavender-painted dining room filled with chipped, white wooden chairs and marble table tops. The restaurant space, open exclusively for dinner, is much larger with dim hanging lights, a wood-beamed ceiling, and ample garden seating. Like the bakery/café, it serves German-style local, seasonal fare -- things like oxtail ragout, rabbit pot pie, and German pork-mushroom dumplings in Onion broth. The wiener schnitzel comes highly recommended, and is, of course, best enjoyed with a cold German beer.