The coffeehouse is a satisfying restaurant with good service. Come for the salads and French toast ... stay for the mah Jong. I
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This seems to be the place to go for breakfast in Cape Charles. It's located in an old building on the main street. You can get an assortment of egg dishes, and bakery items such as muffins and sweet pastry. Service is friendly.
Nothing over-the-top, but a solid place to get a good meal. My husband had a Ruben sandwich, I had a wrap that they were kind enough to make vegetarian for me (though there were plenty of other vegetarian options on the menu). Cold Chesapeake Bay...More
We loved having breakfast here...although it does not open until 8. The French toast was a wonderful as everyone says. The mimosas were perfect as well. Even though a few people were late showing up for work, the staff made up for the somewhat slow...More
I walked in to get my morning latte to find the Owner behind the counter barking out orders and generally making his staff miserable. The older gentleman who took my espresso order had zero idea about coffee and was a bit gruff. For some reason...More
Had breakfast here on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday the place was packed and the staff was somewhat overcome, so the service was erratic. On Sunday the crowd was normal and the service excellent. The breakfasts were good. Still the best place around for...More
Great food in a nice, relaxing atmosphere. We've had wonderful breakfasts and lunches there. Family owned, a fixture in Cape Charles, VA.
Delightful coffee house offering yummy drinks and eats. Friendly and accommodating staff and adorable surrounds. Perfect place to have a cuppa and conversation.
Quaint cafe with flavored coffees and breakfast and lunch menu. The chocolate muffin was scrumptious!
Beautifully restored interior and nice presentation of food, but the service we experienced was anything but welcoming. From the moment we walked in we were gruffly instructed to sit at a small table near the door. Our coffee order was taken first but never made...More