Ambrozia Café & Wine Bar
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Ambrozia Café & Wine Bar information
Ambrozia creates scrumptious contemporary global delicacies with local ingredients. Chef-owner Sam Etheride whips up his signature lobster corn dogs year-round, and the four-course Sunday brunch is dynamic (and good value at $20), with delicious choices like granola-crusted French toast, crab cake huevos rancheros, and tequila and red chile salmon. Can you say yum?