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Unusual location supplies casual eats

Pulling up to Food Haus Café, the traditional American-style café new to South Olive Street, one might wonder if this is the right spot. Wedged in the middle of what feels like the industrial part of downtown and the furthest thing from a bustling strip of restaurants, its neon letters glow between little else.

Don’t be a pesto · The restaurant’s “Pesto Margarite” (featured above), is sure to please any crowd with thin crust, tomatoes and shallow layer of pesto sauce. This appetizer is sure to be a great start to any meal. - Grace Goodrich Daily Trojan
Don’t be a pesto · The restaurant’s “Pesto Margarite” (featured above), is sure to please any crowd with thin crust, tomatoes and shallow layer of pesto sauce. This appetizer is sure to be a great start to any meal. – Grace Goodrich Daily Trojan

A few men and women sit outside sorting receipts and greet you as you walk in — are they the owners? It’s empty, with a cash register at the front and a stack of menus in a box — do you seat yourself? (You do). Do you order by the register? (You do).

What is this place?


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