Milo & Olive is a neighborhood bakery and pizzeria. Milo & Olive serves a menu of fresh baked morning pastries and bread, wood fired pizzas, farmers-market inspired salads and small plates in a very intimate and warm environment.
The bakery at Milo & Olive is another playground for Zoe to practice her ingredient driven style of rustic pastries and breads. The offerings at Milo & Olive will for the most part be different from those at Huckleberry, many focusing on using different grains in order to create the richest possible flavors. For those looking to satisfy a sweet tooth, exciting new offerings like date bran cakes with caramel sauce and gluten free, vegan chocolate banana cake are offered. Milo & Olive also offers and extended menu of Zoe’s breads, from her classic Baguettes and Country Boules, to new breads like Green Olive with lemon and thyme, a three cheese “Cheesy” bread, Whole Wheat Potato Bread, Homemade Bagels and much more. The kitchen at Milo & Olive takes its love of local ingredients and rustic Italian cooking to the pizzeria menu. Helmed by Erin Eastland, who spent eight years running Cube in LA, the menu is a mix of classic dishes like our Milo
Chopped Salad, Garlic Knot and Pepperoni pizza to other seasonally inspired offerings. Using dough crafted by Zoe, Milo & Olive makes 8-10 different daily pizza offerings, focused on quality ingredients like locally made mozzarella, farmer’s market produce and sustainable meats. The menu also features ingredient driven small plates and salads to compliment the pizzas.
To start the day, we are pleased to serve Café Luxxe coffee. The wine and beer list at Milo & Olive is focused on small production bottlings made by winemakers and brewers who we love and trust. The list changes regularly and is focused on food friendly wines with enough character to properly compliment the menu.
We are proud at Milo & Olive to have an open kitchen because we love the way it welcomes our guests into our restaurant. We’d always dreamed of a place where people can come in the morning and eat a pastry and drink great coffee while reading the paper and watching the kitchen staff roast their vegetables, braise their meats and prepare for the days service.