This cafe is right on Rt. 180 as you drive past Silver City. They are located in part of an old motel, either made of adobe or in that style. The cafe only occupies the center part. The rest has various small shops, so it acts kind of like a strip mall. The inside of the cafe is nice with lots of art work, mainly paintings for sale. The food is good. The club sandwich was $8.50. It was a large 3-decker with plenty of ham, turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and two cheeses on wheat bread -- you can also get white. It came with a large side salad (or if you prefer, soup, chips, fries). It was so much to eat, we could each only eat half of the sandwich. The sesame dressing for the salad was OK, but it came in a small container and when you poured it on your salad, you got mainly oil. There must be a better way to do this. The one big room is divided into four dining areas, two each on either side of the entrance. There are plenty of windows so it is nice and airy. There also seems to be enough parking. There are two restrooms (unisex) up the small ramp on the way to the kitchen.
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