Come in and taste our night-time-only menu available after 4:30 PM that features items such as Caprese salad, Bruchetta, Hot feta dip, Build-your-own quesadilla and a Build-your-own flatbread!
You’ll also find the finest beans and bottles at B3. We proudly brew Jittery Joe’s coffee (Wake-N-Bake, baby!), a favorite in the cycling community. Prefer a fine pour instead? Try a B3 wine or beer tour. Our wine and beer list follows the international cycling season so let your palate pedal its way from California to Italy to Paris.
We proudly offer gluten free bread and and gluten free beer on our menu.
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This month's seasonal soup: Butternut squash - A delicate blend of tender butternut squash and rich cream combined with mirepoix vegetables and a touch of brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. (Vegetarian).
House soup: Black Bean - Vegan, gluten free, high in protein and fiber. Optional toppings: red onion, sour cream (non-vegan) and cheddar cheese (non-vegan).
This season's salad: Kale salad with quinoa, roasted butternut squash and pumpkin seeds. Our homemade tahini sundried tomato dressing served on the side.
This season's sandwich: Veggie Gyro - Roasted eggplant, lettuce, tomato, red onion, sprouts, homemade tzatziki in a pita pocket.
This month's featured latte: Pumpkin Spice or Hot Caramel – Jittery Joe's Tour de Force espresso blended with your choice of steamed milk and either Monin pumpkin spice or caramel syrups. Served hot or iced. Caffeinated or decaffeinated.
Whether you are feeling a little under the weather, or needing to keep your immunity up, you can add a packet of Immunity Boost vitamins to any hot or cold drink for only $0.85.
This month's featured gelato: Pumpkin Pie – Linus will be sleeping in the Pumpkin Patch all night to get a glimpse (and taste) of this locally-made (and preservative free) chill treat: cinnamon, pumpkin, and spices all blended together as a creamy, decadent gelato.
Looking for another way to keep your sweet tooth at bay? Try delicious treats in our bakery case made by local vendors such as banana bread, pumpkin bread (seasonal), croissants, cookies, brownies, raspberry bars, 7 layer bars, muffins and cinnamon rolls! Also serving Vegan & Gluten free cookies!
This month's featured waffle: The Great Pumpkin– Our signature warm, fluffy Belgian waffle batter blended with real pumpkin and fall spices and topped with fresh whipped cream. Maple syrup served on the side.
Winter oatmeal is back! Oatmeal topped with raisins, dried cranberries, granola, almonds, brown sugar and honey.
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Wines: A Cozy Autumn Malbec
Bodega Sur de los Andes was created by Guillermo Banfi, a young Argentine professional who entered the wine industry in 2002.
Banfi spent the 1990s in banking and finance, working in Buenos Aires, New York and London acquiring both business experience and a taste for fine wines.
His passion for wine collided with his business training, and, coming at the start of the worldwide boom in Argentina wines, led him to make the decision to leave banking to pursue a dream of creating a high quality, boutique winery dedicated to producing an affordable portfolio.
His first venture was as a co-founder, in 2001, of the Cinco Tierras label which met immediate success in Argentina, France and Brazil followed by an explosive entry into the U.S. market.
In 2005 Banfi sold his stake, hired one of Argentina's rising young stars, winemaker Pablo Durigutti and took the next and most logical step in the evolution of his dream by forming Bodega Sur de los Andes.
Sur del los Andes Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina
This Malbec has deep purple game color and sweet, jammy raspberry and blackberry and graphite aromas. A round entry leads to a dryish medium-bodied palate with sweet vanilla, tart black berry, and toasty pepper spice flavors. Beautifully balanced and perfect for the season.
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October Beers: Beers for the (Zombie) Apocalypse
Great canned beer? The term has been an oxymoron for craft beer lovers used to getting their full-flavored beers from bottles only. But in November of 2002, Oskar Blues Brewery (in tiny Lyons, Colorado, pop.1400) changed that by launching its “Canned Beer Apocalypse.” The brewery began hand-canning its hoppy, assertive-but-elegant Dale’s Pale Ale on a table-top machine that sealed just one can at a time. The move made Oskar Blues the first US craft brewer to brew and can its own beer. And unlike cans of old, the modern aluminum can is lined with a coating so beer and metal never touch. Cans are also easier to recycle, free of glass breakage issues, and less fuel-consuming to ship. (35% of the weight of a bottle of beer is the bottle itself.)
Come in and sample some Oskar Blues this month at B3. So good they could raise the dead (especially after a long day at the office)!
To Go Menu (download PDF)
Have an office meeting, party, or school function coming up…or, maybe you just don’t feel like cooking? Let B3 help feed the masses. Our B3 Platters will fill lots of bellies without emptying your wallet.
Got a B3 craving but you're stuck at home or the office? No worries. Now you can have your favorite B3 food delivered right to your door thanks to our new partner, Doorstep Delivery.
For a minimum order of $12.50 and only a $3.99 delivery charge, Doorstep Delivery will pick up your order from B3 and deliver it to you in no time at all. They also gladly deliver our platters for when you have a larger group to feed.
Click on the top button for the cafe menu; and click on the bottom button for the catering menu.