The cute-as-pie cafe is light, bright and oh-so-cozy, with its whitewashed interior punctuated by exposed ductwork, eclectic artwork vignettes and schoolhouse-inspired seating. Appearances aside, Oddfellows demands attention for both its coffee program and kitchen execution. Let’s start with the former. Oddfellows boasts a La Marzocco espresso machine, one of only four available in the United States. So a coffee drink is a must here, because, as barista Graham Sevier-Schultz explains, the pressure can be customized to suit the flavor profile of the coffee beans to create a singular, superior beverage. As for the latter, pancakes are cooked in a cast-iron skillet, resulting in a magnificent, crusty exterior that gives way to a sensual, spongy interior. You can taste the butter all the way through — so decadent that the accompanying syrup is almost superfluous. But Oddfellows isn’t only a breakfast-and-coffee spot. Award-winning buffalo mac and cheese, fried chicken, lamb and mint sausage bolognese — these are dishes that ought not be ignored.