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Monday, November 23, 2009

Split Pea Seduction at Stonestown: The Same Seduction, but Without the Gritty Urban Flavor

Posted By on Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 1:55 PM

Breakfast of champions: The morning pizza is worth every minute it takes to bake. - L. CHONG
  • L. Chong
  • Breakfast of champions: The morning pizza is worth every minute it takes to bake.
In case you've avoided visiting the Split Pea Seduction restaurant on Sixth Street because of its gritty location, you'll be happy to know it's opened a food stand in a residential neighborhood. You can find it at the Stonestown farmers' market on Sundays, from 9am to 1pm. There's plenty of parking space available.

click to enlarge You'll never have to go to Sixth Street again. - L. CHONG
  • L. Chong
  • You'll never have to go to Sixth Street again.
The menu choices are different from the restaurant: no crostatas, but the popular split pea soup is available. For now, the menu includes a couple of breakfast pizzas (made to order), soups, cookies, apple pie, and drinks (drip coffee, hot chocolate, and iced tea).

It's a great choice for a cheap brunch, before or after going produce shopping at the market. Our favorite item so far is the breakfast pizza with heirloom tomatoes, arugula, shaved Parmesan, and a soft egg ($7). It just looks and tastes great, and is well worth the 15 minutes' wait.

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