Had a great lunch. I had the bacon salad which was surprisingly good. Quick and friendly service at a decent price. Will be back.
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Always an enjoyable spot, especially for a leisurely Sunday breakfast. Great tasting food and fun things to drink beyond coffee!
European Café came recommended by local friends who go there a lot for dinner. We decided to check it out for breakfast and enjoyed it. The place looks very simple and authentic, as if you were in somebody's house (maybe someone of a Swiss or...More
We went for a Sunday noon lunch with friends and expected to be leisurely, but not to occupy the whole afternoon. Seated at 1245, a waiter acknowledged us around 1 and took drink orders. Fifteen minutes later, he delivered drinks (iced tea and bottled soft...More
My word. I forgot how tasty and fun brunch could be. I found the neighborhood spot to bring my out-of-town guests to! An easy, lovely 5 stars and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Thank you sooo much for stopping in and bringing your guests and your kind comments. We are open for breakfast at 8 am each day except for Tuesdays. We serve breakfast all day. Looking forward to seeing you soon.
This was such a delightful surprise. We started out looking for something else and ended up here. The Euro fries, stroganoff, hunters stew and perrogis were amazing!!! The atmosphere was nice and quiet and wonderful Loved our experience. We will be back.
The friendly service makes one feel at home. The intimate atmosphere lends an air of romance to your meal. The meals are a bit pricey, but when one considers that everything tastes homemade--it's worth it!
Susan, We are so delighted that you enjoyed your perogis!! We pride ourselves on everything being homemade and glad it shows. Hope you will join us again soon.
Their food was good and the variety was surprisingly good. The pierogis were a bit overpriced but they were good. They had a very good selection of beers although not very many on tap. Our only complaint was they close at 8. They have a...More
European ambience. Six pierogi for $12.95 seemed a bit high priced but they were good. The stuffed cabbage were very tasty, also at $12.95. Owners are struggling to fix internet presence. They are open and PJs menu is close to what they currently offer but...More