Nice, quaint, small breakfast place. The breakfast sandwich was priced well and made fresh. Lots of sweet goodies to try as well!
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Adrian and Shane, brothers/owners are charming and hospitable. If there is someone in the restaurant they think you should meet, they will introduce you. They'll tell you all about town and what's going on. Plus the food is good; I'm a regular there for coffee,...More
Naturally, the sweets are indeed treats, notably the mixed fruits tarts. But many locals head to this restaurant for their lunch sandwiches. The hamburgers are especially good with both the buns and the potato chips made on the premises. Casual, friendly, tasty. What more could...More
I had a heavenly croissant, served warm with butter. We visited during a slow time of day (mid afternoon). My son's potato chips were cooked fresh, just for him.
Great local hangout, especially for breakfast, or a coffee break. The owners, Shane and Adrian, are welcoming to the regulars and the newcomers,W&L students and VMI cadets, tourists, and local businessmen. Their dogs are also welcome! Coffee is not fancy, but comes with free refills....More
We arrived early knowing the college families would fill it up on Labor Day and received our order fairly quickly. The blueberry muffin was yummy as was the breakfast sandwich and omelette. We ordered chocolate chip pancakes but received a waffle instead. Our server was...More
Sweet Treats is a wonderful step back in time. Walking into the cozy cafe encourages visitors to enjoy the tin ceilings, art on the walls, and wonderful smells. From the robust, specially brewed coffee to the pecan sticky buns and breakfast sandwiches everything was delicious....More
We found this place on Trip Advisor while traveling down I81. The staff was friendly and the food was pretty good. One of our party members ordered a curry dish which took a very long time to come out of the kitchen. No big deal,...More