This popular Edgewater spot fuses country kitchen with urban mod: hanging windows function as room dividers, a pulley opens the bathroom door, and kitschy artifacts and offbeat paintings adorn the remainder of the space. The food is decidedly modern, with a globally inflected American menu that changes seasonally. Expect upscale twists on breakfast classics as well as interesting sandwiches and salads. Much-lauded breakfast items, which might include dulce banana rumba French toast, blackberry bliss cakes and fresh fruit crepes, are served all day. Lunch features sandwiches like fire-grilled jerk chicken and salads such as baby spinach and warm chevre with pomegranate vinaigrette. Sunday brunch offers even more options, including additional pancake and French toast choices and brunch favorites like eggs benedict. A bakery and market offers delicacies for those on the go.