One of the few places for proper danishes in the area... cute, modern, and clean much like the real thing in Denmark. The pastries are more uneven: the Copenhagen and the Spandauer are very good, the Kringle was good, the rest were pretty meh. And the picky can tell that they use almond extract instead of real almond in the fillings, which is a pretty big shortcut.
Not bad but not good enough to remind me of actual danishes in Copenhagen. :-/
Dinner at Holy Cow BBQ up the road; decent enough ribs and hot link, but the tri-tip was disappointing. BBQ in California as a rule is pretty so-so aside from the exception of tri-tip, which is a specialty local to California... and to find the tri-tip was merely so-so (a little to chewy, flavors weren't quite right) was a serious damper on the meal.
Garlic toast was on the cheap bread that real BBQ joints seem to use, that and the (overly saucy) cole slaw were okay sides; the garlic toast at least seemed to help authenticity, even if they really had no chance to start with.