SOHA, so good.

March 29, 2009 at 1:28 pm 1 comment

Holly’s Cafe SOHA in Market Square is now my favorite Saturday morning tradition!  Last Saturday the girls and I ended up there by convenience.  We had intended on catching up over breakfast at the Ale House (great food but, unfortunately for us, doesn’t open until 11am on Saturday) but had to alter the plan so that we could eat in time to continue with our individual Saturday itineraries.  We had headed in the direction of Cora’s (the standard), but took a chance on Holly’s

The atmosphere was great, you can both people watch from your table and feel totally secluded in your conversation with friends.  The food was awesome (I recommend the home fries) and great value, big breakfast plates range from $4-$8 (on par with Irving Big Stop but with a better taste if you ask me!) 

We liked it so much that we returned this weekend, a smaller crowd this time (hubby included).  We sat closer to the opening to Market Square pedway and were pleased to flag down friends who were passing by.  We even chatted with Hon. Ed Doherty (minister of supply & services) who happened to stop at our table to congratulate hubby on his residency.

SOHA, so good…  you should go!


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  • 1. matt  |  March 29, 2009 at 8:32 pm

    This blog’s great!! Thanks :).


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