We stopped here around 7:15 pm after finding it online during our off-the-beaten path road trip. Good food. Very friendly service. I’d recommend it to anyone.
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My daughter and I stopped her for a late lunch. It is quaint and the waitress was very friendly. The food was good. We are glad we stopped by.
Driving back from the OBX we found this restaurant courtesy of our GPS. It has a very welcoming staff and it's décor is hand painted and charming. We were there for lunch and had a wrap and a burger. Everything was delicious and the staff...More
First time in Plymouth, NC. Visited to see the Black Bear Festival. Instead of eating at the vendors we spotted this sweet Cafe. Went in to find delightful surroundings. Greeted with hellos and smiles from staff. Had a pick of tables and was promptly seated....More
We ordered steak and pork chops. Both were delicious and reasonably priced. The waitress was wonderful and was helpful is suggesting local sites to visit. The owner has a great knowledge of the area's history and was delightful.
A dozen folks dropping in all at once and unexpected and we were handled as if we had been planed for all along. The restaurant is several blocks off of US 64, but easy enough to find. Family owned and operated, but nothing common about...More
The staff was very friendly and told us a little about the area after we ate. The restaurant was right on Main Street and a great view. We stopped in to grab a quick lunch before getting on the Swan Quarter Ferry to Ocracoke.
We dropped in hot and bedraggled from the time we'd spent outdoors walking around the Bear Fest - and we felt very welcome. They helped us settle in (3 kids and 5 adults) and promptly took our orders and kept the water coming. They have...More