Always a great breakfast with locally sourced food. Funky, cool vibe -great waitstaff - fun times! Love everything that I have eaten there!
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This is a place for people who care where their food is coming from as they strive to support local producers. This means that food is fresh and seasonal. It is a vegan-friendly environment with choices for those who are not. I had to give...More
On a trip along I 81 and stopped in for breakfast. Was filled with poppy seed/lemon pancakes. Yes they tasted like the cake. The bagel from Mr. J (a local bakery) was soft and chewy like they should be. My daughter was not use to...More
love The Little Grill - great locally sourced ingredients, nice selection of food, great vibe and friendly wait staff!
Great little spot with an interesting history. Funky, quirky, and delicious. From the coffee to the food we enjoyed it all. We were greeted well and our 21 month old enjoyed the hospitality too (crayons were quickly acquired). I ordered the Blue Monkey (blueberry/bananna) pancakes...More
Worker owned, locally sourced friendly welcomeing vibe. Small space maybe 3 booths and a dozen tables....really interesting menu......lemon poppyseed pancakes with blackberry jam is a must do....funky atmosphere with local art.....glad we got there early ..730 sat am...cuz they had a line waiting you 8..good...More
this is a unique place with extremely good food. we went for breakfast and enjoyed our visit. i had beth's favorite and a lemon poppyseed pancake, both were extremely delicious. my husband had the whole wheat blue monkeys and they were very good also. the...More
This is an older, smallish establishment decorated with various memorabilia...it is not aesthetically appealing but it's obviously popular for a reason -- the food is excellent. With an eclectic mix of menu items, employees, and patrons, I wasn't sure what to expect but had a...More
We eat at Little Grill because we're vegans and they serve food we eat and it is always so very good and the price is right!