This being efficient Utah, I’m not surprised that Caffe Ibis opens 10 minutes before the advertised hour, perhaps to provide a caffeine fix to those trembling outside the front door. It’s a lovely street-corner space in central Logan, with a shady street patio lined by flowerpots and, inside, open ductwork above washed walls.
Ibis serves fine cups of its own roasts, alongside blueberry scones warm from the oven. The morning menu includes my choice of farm eggs with herbed organic hash browns and two slices of delightfully chewy five-grain bread smeared with house preserves. It’s a great way to kickstart the day.