I was cold and hungry on a Sunday AM, shooting some stock photos and exploring the Village. When I passed Doma, I decided to give it a try. I didn't know the rules so I fumbled a bit. As Yogi once said, you can observe a lot, just by watching. After a few minutes I discovered that you go to the back, place your order and wait until they bring you your food.
After I did that, I sat and did a little people watching until my eggs arrived. Everyone seemed to be writing in a journal or tapping on a laptop. If only my life was that important.A couple of people were doing the Times crossword but they were in the minority.
Early morning Village people are an unusual lot - like were they just getting home or are they so alone that Saturday ended sadly or at least too early? Maybe I should try and sneak a peek in their journals?
Anyway, the art on the walls is odd. The layout a little odd and the style of placing your food order was slightly off-putting but I will go back because the food was well prepared.
A good cup of coffee. An egg cooked nearly to perfection on good bread and some interesting people watching. All for about $10.
Yes, I'll go back but I'll do better because I know the ground rules.