Stopped here early on a Thursday night and there were surprisingly a lot of other diners. The menu isn't extensive but everything is fresh and locally sourced. I had a quiche and some chili, both of which were average but nothing spectacular. The best part of the meal was the Mayan hot chocolate, which had a great kick but was not overly spicy. Would definitely come back for the coffee/drinks.
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