Café 222 offers Buttery Scones, Pumpkin Waffles and more

(Courtesy photo)
(Courtesy photo)

Serving fun versions of American breakfast fare since 1992, Café 222 has gained popularity with both locals and tourists alike, which has been the key to its longevity. First opened in a redevelopment area of San Diego’s Marina District, the industrial-influenced café now sits in the middle of a large residential district, making it a favorite destination for breakfast or lunch. The long lines of patrons waiting for their chance to savor their favorite dish are a testament to the consistency and quality of the menu. Upbeat and quirky with a bright and sunny ambiance, chef and proprietor Terryl Gavre refers to her eatery as “a fine-tuned little buzzing machine that has a great staff and rocks it out every day.” Popular favorites at Café 222 include the Buttery Scones and Pumpkin Waffles. “The waffle is a moist and spice–cake-like waffle,” Gavre says. “It is wonderful with just butter and a little bit of syrup. It’s also great with fresh whipped cream and a little sprinkle of grated fresh nutmeg on top.” (

*Written by MDM
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