Weekly Brunch Review: Sidewalk Bistro and Cafe

Weekly Brunch Review: Sidewalk Bistro and Cafe

February 17
17:54 2013

Courtney Garza

Intern

@courtneygdaily

Sidewalk Bistro and new addition Sidewalk Café, tucked away by the Cinemark 14 Theater, are both hidden treasures that provide savory, home-style dishes and fresh ingredients.

The three Sidewalk stores owners – Maria Burchard, Yolanda Caldaron and Techy Salas – opened the bistro May 2, 2011 for a taste of something new. They are decades-long friends and worked at a hair salon together.

Each other them shared the love for food and the knowledge of quality, made from scratch recipes that they knew they could run a business on.

“Customer service has always been a big part of our lives,” Caldaron said. “We like to cater and make people happy. It makes us happy as well, and we aim to give food that is as fresh as possible.”

The three were given the opportunity to expand two months ago as the space of former Café China opened up.

“When we opened up Sidewalk Bistro, we fell in love with the place, but it was limited in space,” Salas said. “So when we had the opportunity to grow, we decided to jump on it. It has been a very good move doubling the space by benefiting our clients and us.”

Expanding in store size made way for their hearty and accommodating dishes.

Their head-sized skillet dishes are sure to please any growling stomach, like their Sunrise Skillet with country-fried potatoes, onions, ham, blend of peppers, melted cheese and topped with two eggs any style.

Their signature Sidewalk Bistro omelet is made with egg whites and parmesan cheese filled with broccoli, squash, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions and bell peppers, and is served with fresh hash browns and toast.

Locals Shari and Don Henley have been coming to Sidewalk Bistro since they opened in 2011 and have recently fallen in love with the new Sidewalk Café.

“We came after church last week and it was so good, we had to come back again this week,” S. Henley said. “We know to come here when we want a big, great meal.”

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