This is a small lunch restaurant in the Arts and Crafts Community. The menu is not fancy or upscale. I ordered a hamburger and was pleasantly surprised to find the ground beef was not a frozen, molded patties but appeared to be fresh and formed by human hands. Delicious fresh brewed ice tea. This is the perfect stop on a day of browsing the arts and craft shops. We were lucky enough to find no waiting and plenty of room on the outdoor patio.
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