Sadler explained the attention to detail that he took in designing the interior of Crumbzz. There is seating for about 40 plus people, including a nice area with full view of the open kitchen. The marble counter comes from the same quarry as Michael Angelo’s Statue of David. The slate flooring came from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Nickel plated light fixtures, beautifully designed tables and chairs and a comfortable paint scheme, matched perfectly with the impressive art work on the walls. All of the art is for sale and many of the pieces garnered the interest of customers. Those there for the grand opening found themselves enticed to make bids on a number of items that were being auctioned off to benefit the Forney Arts Council.
Live music was performed by local musicians and artist demonstrated how to create pottery, do charcoal portraits and paint watercolor images. It was just a taste of what Crumbzz and the FAC intends to showcase in future events.
The only thing better than the design and comfort of Crumbzz Tasting Pavilion was the food. They have crowned themselves as “Forney’s first downtown breakfast bistro” and they intend to make breakfast and brunch an exquisite experience for local residents. In the next couple of weeks they will be introducing additional items to the menu, such as omelets, soufflés and specialty pancakes and waffles. In the meantime, try their delicious Cinnamon Streusel Crumb Cake or the Chocolate de la Terre Crumb Cake and prepare to have your taste buds delighted. Oh ,and do it guilt free because one crumb cake slice is only 320 calories!
Hours: Monday - Closed, Tue-Thur. 8 am-2 pm, Fri 8 am-2 pm, Sat. 8 am-3 pm, Sun. 10 am-3 pm. (Another plus, they have free Wi-Fi for customers!)
Phone: (214) 541-9665
Prices: Coffee/Tea/Juices $2-$3. Cake slices $4-$5. Waffles, pancakes, soufflés and Omelets $8-$9.