I had heard about Blue Moon Cafe for years. It is a staple of Fells Point, and legendary in Baltimore for their Cap’n Crunch French Toast. It had even been featured on the Food Network. I had just wolfed down a breakfast sandwich, but what had caught my eye on Yelp was the mention of their huge Cinnamon Rolls. When we lived in California, my wife and I were huge (and frequent) fans of Cinnabon. We were huge fans. And we were huge because of it. Maybe it was because we traveled so much, and found them constantly in airports. Maybe it was because they were in every mall, their sweet bread baking and cinnamon scent wafting through the air. For whatever the reason, I’m a fool for some cinnamon rolls and the thought of huge homemade cinnamon rolls was hard to resist.
I stepped into the cafe and was surprised at it’s size. Like most of the places I write about on this site, Blue Moon is a small and unassuming place. In fact, if I had not been walking I’m sure I would have passed it if I was driving in my car. It was warm (and dry) inside, filled with the kind of Baltimore trinket decoration that pervades other unique and funky cafe’s in the city.
“There was some kind of mix up. They don’t have William down for an appointment today and they don’t have any availability to see him. I’m taking him back home.” I stepped back out into the rain, tired but satisfied. At least I had something to bring back home. And I’ll have to be back for that Cap’n Crunch French Toast.