I'm going to start off with the negative: There's one major problem with dining at Highland Bakery and that's "What on Earth am I going to order?" Everything on the brunch menu is enticing, whether country-fried-steak Benedict, the burrito de huevos (a Mexican-style specialty), or the breakfast BLT. Lunch is equally challenging, with a mixed bag of sandwiches like pulled pork or pimento cheese, Thai wraps, and salads like the caprese or the white chicken chili. Torn between sweet and savory on my last visit, I eventually settled on the peanut butter and banana French toast; no lie, it was the size of my head (I took a side-by-side photo for reference). Luckily, I had someone to share with; it turns out we didn't even need the second dish we ordered, the sweet potato pancakes (though they were equally drool-worthy). For the non-meat-eaters, there's also a tofu scramble. The bakery whips up other tasty treats such as red velvet cupcakes, scones, biscuits, and croissants. Seating on weekends can be hard to come by, so arrive as close to opening as you can. On warmer mornings, the patio vastly expands the number of people Highland Bakery can serve.