We arrived here on a bleak, windy and very cold day in the mountains to be greeted by a warm welcome and cosy atmosphere. The decor has been extremely carefully created with artefacts from the 50s and 60s. Music from that period is played by a miniature juke box and the tables have various relevant reading materials. With little interest in Elvis I was soon reading a very interesting biography of him left on the table. The food is cafe style, well presented and tasty. The coffee was rather bland. The venue is comfortable and very well presented. There was a very relaxed atmosphere to the place with many locals who were clearly regulars, dropping in. Guests are invited to attend Friday evening Record Nights to play their old vinyls and a coffee blending room is soon to open upstairs. Well worth a visit.
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