This cafeteria, bakery, coffee and salad bar was at the center of St. Paul's Grand Avenue revival and remains a destination for all Twin Cities gourmand. Not unlike Minneapolis' Turtle Bread Company, at its culinary core are great baked goods from breads to cakes to delicious pastries. Add to that, you'll find magnificent Greek and Ceasar salads tossed in front of you as your order, soups that are meals -- I love their southwest corn and chicken chowder and sandwiches to order. But save room for the opulant deserts comprised of rich cream tortes, glistening fruit tarts, weighty fudge cakes, dense cheesecakes and coffee drinks for which the cafeteria is named. In recent years, Cafe Latte added a backside to their spawling two-story operation where they have pizza served over the counter and where they serve beer and wine. Peter and Linda Quinn purchased a stone mill to grind organic wheat for their breads and scratch cakes making them pioneers in the artisan cafes down in the neigborhood.