Stopped in with wife and 3 kids, youngest 11, food was great,rustic, however,not a family friendly stop even for the well behaved.
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We had to decide between O's and this restaurant. Like the reviews so ended up here. It was fairly crowded but we snagged a couple seats at a communal table and then one of us went up to the counter to order. As people eventually...More
This is a fantastic spot. I’ve had lunch and breakfast there several times. The pancakes are divine as is the grilled cheese. The ingredients are from the area so the food is as healthy as it is delicious. Everyone is friendly and welcoming, like coming...More
This small cafe above a small art gallery in a small New York town near the Massachusetts border would be well kept secret, if it were a secret. But in fact everyone seems to know about it. Utterly unpretentious, and completely unhurried, Crossroads serves up...More
We've eaten here a few times, mostly on weekends. Out of approx. 10 dishes we've ordered, 9 were delightful. Sunny room, with both small and big tables. Can be busy.
Don't you just love when you walk into a place of business and get completely ignored by every staff member? Standing directly in front of cash register neither the girl ( who is usually working register/taking orders- yes been there before and she was just...More
Very sorry that you had this unhappy experience, Spring2Life. Our front of house staff is a friendly, outgoing, service oriented team who have been with CrossRoads for almost all of our 5+ years and can be counted on to provide, at the very least, a...More
What a terrific breakfast cafe! A menu with both traditional and non traditional breakfast choices, and a case full of home baked treats. hint: get the brisket and eggs
Amazing breakfast- kid food and adults too!!! Love this atmosphere too!! Mom got the egg whites w shiitake mushroom- delish
If you like over priced, not particularly tasty, bougie food that only the pretentious could love, stop here. For everyone else keep driving and take a right to get real food at a good price from O's Diner.
So I've been here three times and the food is super fresh, actually farm to table. Eggs are phenomenal as is the French toast. They roast their own meats for sandwiches, make their own baked goods like olive oil cake and chocolate pound cake(drool😊. What...More