Nice little coffee shop. Dropped In to get a piece of bacon and cheese quiche. They didn't warm it had to ask them to. But it was good. Oj was good too.
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very popular, nice atmosphere with lots of things for sale (accessories, home goods, kitchen ware) Very limited breakfast menu (lots of home baked items, but few egg dishes) I'd rather go for lunch as there are many more offerings
Great things come in small packages. Everything in this place is delicious because it's homemade and made with pride. Come for lunch but know that seating is limited. If it's a nice day, sit on two outdoor patios or take it to go and eat...More
This was by far the cheapest option for food in the area. We went here for breakfast and really enjoyed the quiche, we also got the fritatta but it wasn't heated though enough, but it was tasty.
WE stopped here with friends after dining at The Inn. I was already full but I managed to eat the most amazing gluten free peanut better cookie I have ever had! Thumbs up...fresh salads and sandwiches as well!
A charming bistro that offers locally grown produce for delicious salads, fresh made soups and baked goods and is a favorite for locals in a french cottage setting. The staff is friendly the decor inspiring and available for purchase. Be prepared for a wait but...More
This is a good local place with very good and very fresh food. It is small so lines could take time, not much seating as well. We have been going for amost 20 years. It is very cute and quaint.