EklectiCafe is an exotic experience in coffee, food and decor. Drink a Cuban coffee inside or out while admiring exotic art and jewelry from around the world. Organic, local sourced, unique food with interesting combinations.
EklectiCafe opened in 1996 as a café. This building, built in 1930 has a long history of businesses. It is unique to say the least. The walls are lined with gorgeous collectables. If you are looking for a standout piece of jewelry, this is the place; all of the tables are actually display cases. Sitting and drinking a coffee looking around gives the imagination hints of magic in their traditional, exotic histories.
The menu is unique. I highly recommend stepping away from your everyday coffee and trying a Cuban or Mexican coffee. You won’t regret it. EklectiCafe uses locally shade grown, organic, fair trade Ibis Coffee from Logan, Utah.
The food is wonderful. Their “Wake Me Up” Wakame has steamed seaweed, eggs or tofu, brown rice and gomasio (course ground black & white sesame seeds. Also a breakfast hit is their 1-pound breakfast burrito. For lunch, their Indonesian satay and curried rice wraps bring a taste out of the ordinary to a fun menu.
They have kid’s menus, gluten-free as well as vegetarian options. Do not overlook their daily specials or their baked goods.
Located on Main St. at the north end of town, they are open from 7 am to 2:30 pm on Monday-Saturday and 7am to 1pm on Sunday. In the winter months, they are open from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm.