The Sunflower Café is a welcoming family-run spot out toward the plantations on Highway 61. The humble location is brightened by a cheery interior, friendly service, and nice family-run vibe. At lunch there are big, fresh-made salads plus burgers and sandwiches, but breakfast and brunch is where Sunflower really blossoms. The fluffy, powdered sugar-coated beignets, stacks of broad pancakes, and eggs Benedict loaded up with crab and fried green tomatoes or sausage and onions are all big and filling, and the filet mignon and boursin cheese omelet is a work of decadent breakfast genius. —Robert Moss, Dish (Summer 2012)
The welcoming little spot up Highway 61 belies its rundown strip-mall location with a cheery interior, local character, accommodating staff, and family-run vibe.