Cafe Mogogua is
probably a better place to hang out over a latte and a
pastry than for breakfast. The huevos rancheros
didn't really cut it.
But it is a
beautiful spot, comfy furniture, great people watching,
nice art, a book case to grab something to read and
wi-fi for those in a digital mood. Laid back, easy
On their t-shirts,
"Face your fears and live your dreams." Something
to mull over a double espresso.