A true jewel of Nevada county. The food is outstanding a little pricey but worth the money. A must try .
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Pros: Lots of seating for eat-in groups. Huge parking lot shared with bowling alley. Food varies depending on the dish but we found it to be average compared with others in town. The prices were fairly high for what you get, including coffee. Service was...More
We thought that this place was so-so. It was pricey for what they offered and the service was slow. The food quality was just average. Others sang its praises, but were were not impressed. I would not return.
Went here on Veteran's Day. None of the kids working there didn't seem to even know or care what a veteran is or what the veterans did for these kids. Nice kids though. The sandwich was good. As in the past the omelette was too...More
Good coffee, good eats though somewhat pricey, welcoming spaces - large room that hosts occasional bands like Purdon's Crossing (less pretentious than that Old XX Jugband), families, mahjong games, etc.
My wife and I travel through Grass Valley once or twice a year. I've recently developed an intolerance to gluten and after checking out the Summer Thymes Menu decided to stop in for breakfast and to get sandwiches to take for a picnic on our...More
The food is pretty good. You place your order at the counter and then it is delivered to your table. Very good for gluten free. You will find a lot of locals here.
Summer Thymes is upbeat, country, hip, and fun, all mixed together. A huge metal urn holds cucumber infused water, that you help yourself. Ordering is the self-serve style also. They give you ingenious garden stakes to place at your table instead of numbers. It gets...More