Located in the heart of downtown Clayton on South Central Avenue, the quick, little Café Brevé serves up breakfast, lunch and ice cream, with a proud dedication to countless cups of coffee each day. Its coffee drinks, made from beans that circle the globe's coffee zone, include lattes cappuccinos, frozen mochas and a brevé made from espresso and half and half. The café also offers fruit smoothies, made with strawberries, bananas, peaches and/or berries. Lunch options at Brevé feature grilled paninis, including the Firenze filled with smoked turkey, artichoke hearts, banana peppers and melted Provel, sandwiches, wraps and salads. Patrons can create their own wrap or sandwich stacked with their choice of meats and fillings. Café Brevé also helps customers indulge in their sweet tooth with several different ice cream flavors and ways to eat it, including shakes, malts and sundaes.

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Located in the heart of downtown Clayton on South Central Avenue, the quick, little Café Brevé serves up breakfast, lunch and ice cream, with a proud dedication to countless cups of coffee each day. Its coffee drinks, made from beans that circle the globe's coffee zone, include lattes cappuccinos, frozen mochas and a brevé made from espresso and half and half. The café also offers fruit smoothies, made with strawberries, bananas, peaches and/or berries. Lunch options at Brevé feature grilled paninis, including the Firenze filled with smoked turkey, artichoke hearts, banana peppers and melted Provel, sandwiches, wraps and salads. Patrons can create their own wrap or sandwich stacked with their choice of meats and fillings. Café Brevé also helps customers indulge in their sweet tooth with several different ice cream flavors and ways to eat it, including shakes, malts and sundaes.

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Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Meters, Street


Reservations: Accepted, Not Accepted, Not Necessary


Attire: Casual

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