I visit here every time I'm in town. This is a cafe, so they only serve breakfast and lunch. The staff is friendly and the food is great. I love the vintage feel. I always order the quince with fresh fruit and a cup of...More
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Quiche horrible. Coffee was the only thing decent. Fruit was warm by the time our waitress finished her conversation and brought our meal to us. Service was slow so don't have anything planned. If you like bland food that is overpriced, this is the place...More
They have wonderful sandwiches, soups and salads. The atmosphere is quaint and includes many antiques on display. The services is friendly and efficient.
Quaint cafe... almost like you are heading out for afternoon tea somewhere. Delicious food - although as a vegetarian, there isn't a lot on the menu to choose from unfortunately. What I did have was scrumptious, though. And everyone I've spoken with has loved eating...More
Have been here twice so far and it has been superior both times. First, the decor is delightful, lovely paintings, depression glass, breakfronts and incredible tablecloths (under glass of course). Second, the service is charming - it can be a tad slow but this isn't...More
Thank you ever so kindly for you sweet compliments! We look forward to seeing you in the future!
My husband and I stopped here for lunch on our way to Natural Bridge. I had the soup of the day which was cream of asparagus (so delicious and perfect for a cool, drizzly day) and 1/2 of turkey BLT on a croissant (very good)....More
It is wonderful to have guests come from all over the country and enjoy our small town hospitality. Thank you for all of your generous comments. We love serving our community.
I have taken friends to lunch here on two different occasions, and the food is as wonderful as the atmosphere. Lots of interesting items and conversation pieces to feast one's eyes upon while eating. Their salads are delicious as is the chicken salad. Go early...More