The Atomic Cowboy Now Serving Breakfast at Giddy Up Breakfast Bar
|Freshly baked muffins and fruit parfaits at Giddy Up Breakfast Bar.|
|Chef Kate Morrissey with a "farm house burrito," with egg, bacon, potatoes, cheddar and green bell pepper.|
Morrissey, a St. Louis native and pastry-arts student who once started her own baking company to sell sweet treats at the Downtown Farmers' Market, applied to wait tables at the Atomic Cowboy but instead now serves as the breakfast café's executive chef and sole employee of its day-to-day operations.
She explains that Giddy Up aims to be "a small place with great coffee, delicious food and friendly service" with plenty of "hot, flaky, buttery breakfast goodness" to go around. The small but substantial menu includes three different grilled breakfast burritos, parfaits and Pratzel's bagels as well as such freshly baked goods as stuffed croissants, muffins and seasonal doughnuts. Everything is priced $6 or less.
|The menu at Giddy Up Breakfast Bar.|
|A "stirrup" filled with blueberries, strawberries and fresh whipped cream.|
Giddy Up Breakfast Bar has its grand opening today, October 14, with Kaldi's baristas on hand. Its normal operating hours are 7 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.