If you're like me, five years later you're still dreaming of Cafe Reva. The popular Tyler Street eatery served some of the most delicious, creative breakfasts I've ever had (and I've eaten a lot) and by the lines out the door every weekend, I wasn't alone.

Rumors swirled about where Aura Whitman, chef and owner of Cafe Reva, would end up, and after a short collaboration with Red Apple Butchers at it's former Hubbard Ave location, she ended up finding a new home with Berkshire Mountain Bakery. Partnering with BMB owner Richard Bourdon, under the title nAtURAly's KITCHEN, the breakfast guru is back at it at 180 Elm Street in Pittsfield.

As of June 29, Berkshire Mountain Bakery will be serving breakfast featuring many classic Reva favorites (YES! Breakfast Club! For you unfortunate souls who don't know what I'm talking about, picture a club sandwich made with french toast, egg, sausage and bacon) specials and some new creations as well.

The bakery, located in the Elm Street Shops, added on a 50 seat dining room to accommodate the morning masses. Breakfast is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 11:30 am,  Saturday from 8:30 am until 1, and Sunday 9 am to 3 pm. After breakfast hours, BMB will be open for pizza, salads, sandwiches and daily specials until 8 pm daily, except Sundays when they close at 6 pm.

The bakery will continue to offer our amazing sourdough breads, croissants and other sweet treats daily....but, yes, after five years I have rebooted breakfast with many of Cafe Reva favorites...I've listened to you dearest customers, come and get it

Aura Whitman, former owner of Cafe Reva, now partnered with Berkshire Mountain Bakery.