A great cause, clean California style food. The grain bowls are excellent. The baked goods looked good even though I did’t order one. The atmosphere is comfy, cozy and the staff is friendly and easy-going.
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Perfect atmosphere, great food, and all for a great cause. The people you meet here and the workers will be your friends for life.
Although I appreciate the cause they support, the espresso in the mocha was brutally acidic and the sandwich was just average. I had an upset stomach for two days after my visit. The bread they use was amazing, but the sandwich itself was flavorless. My...More
Per my daughter recommendation, she took me there for lunch for the first time. I ordered the "Vermont Melt" and an included side salad ($9.50). The sandwich & salad were incredible. Everything there is homemade. I can't wait to try other menu items when I...More
We have eaten here before when we stay on he boat. We went here to get breakfast and sat outside with the dogs. I had the egg bowl that consisted of potatoes,spinach,eggs salsa and sour cream. My wife had scrambled eggs with toast. Everything was...More
The salads there are really tasty and priced well. Small but tough seating...atmosphere very homey. Proceeds go to eating disorder groups. Friendly staff and large menu
I've been coming to Cafe at 407 for years and really enjoy the food and coffee. They've grown and changed and kept well to their roots as a warm, friendly community spot. Free wifi, too. I love the chicken salad, made with roasted chicken, mayo,...More
We had spent the night on the boat and headed up to have breakfast. We sat outside because of the dogs and they were fine with that. I went in to order. We both ordered 2 eggs over easy with toast mine with sausage and...More
Stopped in for a smoothie and was pleasantly surprised!! Very clean, well decorated space with such great looking food, I wanted to be able to try it all! The smoothie I got was interesting, had maple, spinach and apples in it - I was looking...More