Cafe Nola

★★★★☆
  • 4 E Patrick St

    Frederick, MD 21701

    Map & Directions
  • 301-694-6652

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Mon. - Sat. 7am - 12pm;Sun. 10am - 3pm

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Ok, so I just moved to Frederick from Portland OR, which if you know anything about Portland you'll know that we LOVE our local food and expect it everywhere! But so far, I hadn't seen too much in that vein, although Frederick has a lot of great restaurants. So when I found little Cafe Nola, I was really really happy to see that there was a place with food grown locally and organically. I asked the waitress and she told me that most of the food is grown on a farm in Mt. Airy that belongs to one of the staff's family members. YAY! I love to hear that kind of stuff! Not to mention, that as a vegetarian I was starting to have trouble finding places I could go that had more options than a boca burger... and they have so many (volutous veggie sandwhich, falafel sandwhich, hummus platter, and lots of salads)! I have only been twice so far, but I've already decided this is my default place to go to eat. Can't wait to check out some of the music groups they'll be hosting soon... So check it out if you're into this sort of thing. Support your local restaurants!

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Ok, so I just moved to Frederick from Portland OR, which if you know anything about Portland you'll know that we LOVE our local food and expect it everywhere! But so far, I hadn't seen too much in that vein, although Frederick has a lot of great restaurants. So when I found little Cafe Nola, I was really really happy to see that there was a place with food grown locally and organically. I asked the waitress and she told me that most of the food is grown on a farm in Mt. Airy that belongs to one of the staff's family members. YAY! I love to hear that kind of stuff! Not to mention, that as a vegetarian I was starting to have trouble finding places I could go that had more options than a boca burger... and they have so many (volutous veggie sandwhich, falafel sandwhich, hummus platter, and lots of salads)! I have only been twice so far, but I've already decided this is my default place to go to eat. Can't wait to check out some of the music groups they'll be hosting soon... So check it out if you're into this sort of thing. Support your local restaurants!

Pros: Many many veggie options, breakfast served till 3pm

Cons: saw that there was some plastic take out ware used :(

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We popped in Cafe Nola with some friends after a gathering at the library. We all had kids and strollers with us, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was PLENTY of room for us, our kids and our strollers! Although it is VERY nicely decorated in a comfortable, but upscale motif, they didn't seem to mind the children being there, and the owner greeted us and asked us to please come back.

The coffee was excellent, and so was the sandwich I shared with a friend. I also got my daughter a sandwich, which she had no problem devouring, so yes, the kids will like it too!

I highly recommend a visit to Cafe Nola!

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★★★★☆

We popped in Cafe Nola with some friends after a gathering at the library. We all had kids and strollers with us, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was PLENTY of room for us, our kids and our strollers! Although it is VERY nicely decorated in a comfortable, but upscale motif, they didn't seem to mind the children being there, and the owner greeted us and asked us to please come back.

The coffee was excellent, and so was the sandwich I shared with a friend. I also got my daughter a sandwich, which she had no problem devouring, so yes, the kids will like it too!

I highly recommend a visit to Cafe Nola!

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We first started going to Nola at night during bar hour, and really loved this place. The place is so laid back and low key, you can hear yourself talk. A great place to meet friends to talk and unwind. Great beer selection too. They carry a few organic german beers which are amazing. A few months later I decided to stop in for lunch, and was just as pleased as I had been during our late night visits. The sandwiches are MASSIVE, tasty, healthy, and very reasonably priced, as is the coffee. They had bouquets of wildflowers and fresh herbs on the tables, which I thought was a nice touch, and all the staff were so down to earth and relaxed. This is definitely a great place to go!

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★★★★★

We first started going to Nola at night during bar hour, and really loved this place. The place is so laid back and low key, you can hear yourself talk. A great place to meet friends to talk and unwind. Great beer selection too. They carry a few organic german beers which are amazing. A few months later I decided to stop in for lunch, and was just as pleased as I had been during our late night visits. The sandwiches are MASSIVE, tasty, healthy, and very reasonably priced, as is the coffee. They had bouquets of wildflowers and fresh herbs on the tables, which I thought was a nice touch, and all the staff were so down to earth and relaxed. This is definitely a great place to go!

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Cafe Nola- A couple of friends and I popped in there for lunch. It's located on E. Patrick St, across the street from Tajitu (Ethiopian restaurant) and near the library. The food we ordered was delicious and fairly reasonably priced

cup of pumpkin bisque (soup of the day) $2
"grilled cheesy"-- ciabatta w/ provolone, pesto, and tomato, all melty and cheesy, served w/ a cup of fresh fruit $6
chai latte $3 and some change

The decor is contemporary and attractive. We sat on big leather couches while we ate. Definitely check Cafe Nola out!

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★★★★☆

Cafe Nola- A couple of friends and I popped in there for lunch. It's located on E. Patrick St, across the street from Tajitu (Ethiopian restaurant) and near the library. The food we ordered was delicious and fairly reasonably priced

cup of pumpkin bisque (soup of the day) $2
"grilled cheesy"-- ciabatta w/ provolone, pesto, and tomato, all melty and cheesy, served w/ a cup of fresh fruit $6
chai latte $3 and some change

The decor is contemporary and attractive. We sat on big leather couches while we ate. Definitely check Cafe Nola out!

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