Three of us stopped in for lunch today and had terrific meals that were clearly fresh and homemade, not the frozen stuff. The menu is interesting and offers familiar as well as new and different dishes. I had to try the pickle soup. This dish had potatoes, cheese, and pickles in a creamy soup base made of some stock, cream and flour. It was delicious. Two of us had paninis that were made with bread baked right there in the cafe. I had one with prosciutto, pesto and mozzarella. The panini was grilled and crunchy on the outside. It was great. Our friend had a vegetarian panini and loved it. My wife had an apple squash bisque that really hit the spot on this cold afternoon. Along with the meal we had peppermint mocha latte and a hot cider. Again, everything fresh and made right there. Owner Amy and server Sidney were really personable and attentive. We will be going back soon to try the dinner menu.
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