A popular all-day breakfast cafe that also features healthy lunch items is looking to make its way to the North Fork.
Crazy Beans, which has locations in Miller Place and Stony Brook, is proposing to open its third eatery at the site of the current Coronet restaurant on Front Street in Greenport, according to Thursday’s Greenport Village Planning Board agenda.
The Coronet has been in operation for nearly seven decades and is currently still in business. The restaurant’s owner, Perry Angelson, declined comment for this story on Wednesday.
Crazy Beans is known for its quirky style and decorations. Breakfast menu options include omelets, organic steel-cut oatmeal, pancake specials, cannoli-stuffed French toast and multigrain waffles. As for lunch, Crazy Beans offers its special chicken salad of the day, avocado BLTs and quesadillas.
The black-and-white checkered floors, red accents and retro pictures that adorn Crazy Beans’ Stony Brook location has made it a neighborhood favorite. In addition to food, the cafe offers around 30 different latte flavors.
Crazy Beans owner Callie Brennan didn’t return messages seeking comment for this story. The Planning Board is expected to review Ms. Brennan’s use evaluation application at Thursday’s meeting, the agenda states.
Photo Captions: (Top) Thursday’s pancake special: white chocolate macadamia nut pancakes. (Middle) Crazy Beans in Stony Brook. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)