When Rose and Sasha sketch their breakfast at Rosa’s Cafe
Rose and Sara have been cooking at their local rosa for the past six years.
But this year, they decided to open up their own cafe in the back.
Rose’s partner, Sasha, said the couple decided to start with breakfast, as it’s the only place they can find on their block where they can get the most out of their morning.
“We don’t like to take out a lot of work on the weekend, so we were kind of stuck with it,” Rose said.
Rose said they decided it was important to make breakfast more of a social event.
“It’s more of an event, but I think we have to do it more,” Rose explained.
“Our family eats a lot, so that’s why we’re doing breakfast and brunch together.”
Rose said their customers often come from all over the city.
“The way the city is, you have to drive by a lot.
You have to stop at every stop, so you can be out and about,” Rose added.
Rose and Sasha opened Rosa on Thursday.
The cafe will be open until 9 a.m. everyday, and will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Rose, who has been working as a teacher for the last few years, said she hopes the new cafe will attract more tourists.
“People come here because they want to get to know us and we want to make their experience here memorable,” Rose told ABC News.
Sasha said they hope the new café will attract people to Rosa, and that the neighborhood will grow as a place to eat.
“I want to grow it into a more vibrant neighborhood,” Sasha said.