A historic building in EaDo has been transformed into the kind of place we want in our neighborhood—a cozy cafe for breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch, with a welcoming bar that dispenses wine, bubbly, and beer. From the well-curated midday menu—consisting of a soup, four salads, and five sandwiches—we enjoyed the French onion soup, a lovely rendition with deeply flavored stock and croutons, not too heavy on the cheese. We rounded it out with a pair of salmon sliders featuring small cuts of seared filet with avocado, capers, and an ingenious tzatziki sauce on heavenly butter rolls. A bistro dinner menu is in the offing.