New breakfast spot Sammy + Paco’s opens in St. Pete’s Historic Kenwood neighborhood

From the couple who bought us Lolita’s Wine Market.

click to enlarge New breakfast spot Sammy + Paco’s opens in St. Pete’s Historic Kenwood neighborhood
Photo via Sammy + Paco’s/Facebook

The residents over in the Historic Kenwood neighborhood now have a cute breakfast cafe spot within walking distance of their bungalows with the arrival of cafe/bakery Sammy + Paco’s.

“Good Morning! What a way to start the day than with some great fresh baked goods by Chef Megan! NOW OPEN! Come say hello!,” they posted on Instagram on their first day of business.

Their menu relies heavily on breakfast foods like avocado toast, bagels plus sandwiches and grab-and-go options. 

If you can recall, the bakery is the latest concept from Lolita’s Wine Market owners Kelly Rodriguez-Laureano and her husband Chef Alex Rodriguez. Their other restaurant Sophia’s Cucina + Enoteca closed a couple months ago after less than two years open. 

Find Sammy + Paco’s at 2735 5th Ave. N. They’re open for breakfast and lunch Wednesday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and weekend brunch Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

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