Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Guglhupf Pre-Wedding Lunch

Before the wedding on Saturday, there was a lunch at Guglhupf that was just wonderful. The party was on the second floor and they don't have an elevator, so keep that in mind if you are attending an event and stairs aren't an option. Fortunately, they have a grand covered patio and we just stayed downstairs. Here you can see a plate of food from the buffet, which I thought was just gorgeous. I was really impressed. The turkey sandwich was made with their house-baked bread and was very tasty.

This mango mousse cake was very good, indeed.

Their fruit tarts are simply amazing. Overall, sitting outside and talking with my friend while eating all this glorious food was extremely pleasant. I'd been to Guglhupf for brunch only once before, but I clearly need to make it a habit.


  1. One of things I miss most about the Triangle and Durham were my visits to Guglhupf. When I had meeting at OIT in the American Tobacco complex in the morning I loved to take the detour to Guglhupf and get some pretzel break and coffee. Yum...

  2. I really appreciated it when you brought back a pretzel for me, too. :)