Great food. Excellent service. Feels like you are eating at a friend's house, and your friend just happens to be a great cook. We ate on the patio with our dog in tow. Highly recommend!
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The food is very good, although limited in selection. The portions are ample and while eating, either inside or out, you can look around at the folk art. The Café also has a B&B. Its really a cool place to visit and eat with the...More
Had breakfast here and picked up food for lunch. Portions are generous and locally sourced. The decor is folk art and delights the eyes as much as the palate. They offer gluten free items on the menu and are personable. They bring the food to...More
My husband and I stayed in the Treehouse. Very cool and eclectic place. The owners were super nice and accommodating. We loved the cafe also. The food was great and breakfast was included with our stay. We definitely recommend checking this place out.
This is a great little cafe for lunch with a friend. Good, simple food, served fresh, rustic decor and a friendly ambience. My preferred meeting place for lunch with friends in Pittsboro. I would give it five stars but it is a little scruffy from...More
We were lucky enough to stay at the B&B attached to this cafe. Our breakfast was outstanding. Great flavors and variety. Lisa and Dave were great.
The Small B&B Cafe is a wonderful B&B, but the cafe itself is a destination well worth visiting! My husband and I stayed at the B&B this past weekend, but prior to that, I had been introduced to the cafe. Each meal I have had...More
I love the lemon ricotta pancakes! But they also have lots of other delicious and interesting food. I especially like eating out in their garden.
This place on Small Street has some of the best breakfast potatoes ever served for breakfast. With stopping bu just for that. But the egg salad is very good as well. This B&B also houses a folk art museum that makes for an interesting weekend...More
For such an unassuming little restaurant, their meals sure pack a punch. I love the earthy, naturalness to the people and the space. I love how the menu is written on chalkboards around the desk area, sometimes stuck in a tight little spot next to...More