This is a small set-up, with a good amount of on street parking adjacent. I had two recent visits, both times there was an obvious mix of locals and people from outside of the area. Upon entering a prompt and warm greeting was issued. The atmosphere is warm and sunny on the inside, most of the available nooks and crannies and wall space have been taken over with colorful items. One nice touch is a Norman Rockwell style poster, showing the owner, Kevin, chatting with a local Police Officer and a young boy. In a previous review I commented on how so much of the food offerings seem to have been created with more of a focus on creating unusual presentations. My experiences this time found that the menu and Specials were a bit more mainstream, with creative twists adding in unusual items that enhanced the presentation. Breakfast available all day, the Menu has something for everyone, basic food items as well as plates which allow the kitchen to "knock your socks off". Impressive sounding plates, which look great and deliver as promised. All in a "you are at home as soon as you walk in the door". The folks who work here are genuine in their warm greeting and obviously enjoy meeting the needs of their customers. A very real plus for me is that the house coffee is "Green Mountain" a New England company, coffee which tastes great "black". Last week I stopped in just before Noon, my companion ordered the "Shepherds Pie", on the menu the description indicates that it is made with a "Potato Pancake", our experience was that it was made with mashed potatoes which appeared to have been created using red potatoes just made for the dish. My companion has a real hunger for Shepherds Pie and has sampled the dish in Bavaria, Ireland, Canada, and all over the USA, her comment was that this was one of the best she has experienced. On that visit I ordered the "Jack Daniels BBQ Pork, Jalapeno Cheddar Potato Pancake and a Grilled Biscuit". What I received was a plate with pulled pork covered by the BBQ sauce, which had been grilled enough to slightly caramelize and crisp up the meat on the bottom, which added a nice flavor and texture component to the dish. The "potato pancake" appeared to be mashed potatoes, freshly made for the dish, slightly crusty on the bottom, with the cheese on top and just enough jalapeno to add "kick". The grilled biscuit was a nice touch, adding an additional textural aspect. Today I stopped in to have something from their Breakfast Menu, but once I read the Specials Board I changed my mind and ordered the "Charbroiled Pepperoni, Fresh Basil Asiago Burger", my choice of sides was the sweet potato fries. The Pepperoni was lightly grilled, there was a good amount of cheese and Basil on the burger, the bun had a nice flavor profile, and the burger balanced the flavor profile. It was a great choice, I will just have to wait until next time to sample the Breakfast menu. The Bottom Line is that this is a place to go if you want to be treated as if you, the customer, are valued. Also, this is a place that allows you the opportunity to experience creative presentations which respect the way, that properly combined, a plate of food can be greater than the sum of the individual ingredients.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.