Savory and sweet waffle creations co-exist peacefully on Tiabi menu

Craving dessert during lunchtime? Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar is the perfect mix of savory and sweet. Stepping inside feels like being transported to waffle heaven, where even the drinks feature a piece of this sweet and fluffy pastry.

Tiabi (which stands for “To inspire and be inspired”) does just that with an interior that showcases local artwork inside a welcoming space at 3961 S. Maryland Parkway. Right when a customer walks in, they are greeted with a friendly smile.

Because it’s close to UNLV, many of its patrons are students, but there are also a handful of families and other local residents.

Just as its name suggests, its main attraction are waffles. There are sweet waffles topped with fruit, whipped cream and almonds, and savory ones made with chicken, lettuce and tomatoes.

Take the popular Viva Las Vegas Waffle ($6.99), which comes with bananas, peanut butter, chopped bacon and honey.

For lunch, the Guru Burger ($6.99) hits the spot with sweet and savory guru sauce, tomato, spring mix and faux meat. Daiya mozzarella can be added for an additional $1.99.

The Thai Basil Wafflewich ($6.99) is also a good choice with sliced chicken, fresh basil, avocado, melted cheese, almonds and savory Thai peanut sauce.

Most items can also be veganized, and customers can add fruit or chips for an additional $1.

Of course, one can’t have waffles without coffee, and there are plenty of choices. There’s Tiff’s Waffle Macchiato ($4.25 to $4.75) made with cinnamon vanilla macchiato, whipped cream and a churro waffle. There’s also Stiles Java Jolt ($3.75) with vanilla breve misto, vanilla and a shot of espresso.

It may not be fall, but Tiabi offers Pumpkin Bomb All Year Long ($3.80 to $4.20) made with pumpkin pie latte with whipped cream and nutmeg. For something that resembles a chocolate bar, there’s Almond Joy ($4.15 to $4.45) made with chocolate and coconut.

Those trying to kick their caffeine habit, or craving something more refreshing, can opt for smoothies that include Strawberry Sunrise Smoothie ($4.75) made with strawberries, banana, almond milk and orange juice, or the Kale Champ Smoothie ($5.25) with kale, banana, orange juice, almond milk and agave.

Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar is open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Call 702-222-1722 or visit iwanttiabi.com.

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