2150 N Killingsworth St., milkglassmrkt.com. Breakfast and lunch Tuesday-Sunday.
Does North Killingsworth Street really need a tiny, fussily curated market peddling bags of Maldon sea salt and gourmet lentils? Perhaps not, but there's little doubt the heaping breakfast sandwiches and apothecary jars of decadent cookies (fennel-pollen shortbread, dark chocolate sea salt) by Nancye Benson (Moxie Rx, Woodsman Tavern) have left an indelible mark on the minds of neighborhood residents since Milk Glass' much-vaunted opening in 2014. The small, high-ceilinged space is almost always packed, with diners young and old waiting patiently for fig-and-anise panini with tangy sheep's milk cheese ($7), almost-too-pretty-to-eat bread puddings ($7) and the aforementioned breakfast sandwiches ($5.50-$12), bookended by an assortment of housemade biscuits and breads. Sidewalk tables allow for more space in nicer weather, but it's almost better to eat inside, light spilling through the windows and vintage soul playing on the stereo, for the full experience.