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New Downtown Eatery: Sapna's Cafe

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If you've been to the Downtown Phoenix Public Market anytime in the last three years or so, chances are, you've encountered Anna Kletkke and her long-running food stand, Sapna Chill Out Cafe. Her tasty soups and salads have been a huge hit, especially since she's big on vegetarian options.

Now you can enjoy Kletkke's cooking every day of the week, at her brand-new restaurant, Sapna's Cafe, which just opened yesterday. It's located on Grand Avenue (1301 NW Grand, 602-254-6726), in the circa-1947 Bragg's Pie Building, one of Phoenix's last examples of "streamline moderne" architecture.

Kletkke's breakfast menu includes omelets, scrambles, and vegan breakfast dishes like tofu scrambled with veggies; for lunch, there are a variety of salads and sandwiches, as well as different vegan and non-vegan entrees featured daily, served with salad and bread.

Sapna's Cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Klette might become a regular at the farmer's market again, too -- "if I get organized," she says.

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