I stopped in for breakfast today and I am glad I did. I had a lemon berry scone that was out of this world and quite large. The yogurt berry parfait was also excellent. I just wish it had a few more slices of banana...More
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Attracts a great crowd from around the 'hood. Great coffee, excellent ambience. Day-old goodies are fine if you have them nuked.
This is my new favorite place to grab breakfast on the weekends. First be sure to visit their web site for hours and payment options; they are limited by our 21st century standards. But it is well worth a visit. The coffee is out of...More
The food is fairly priced for how much you get. You walk in, order your food, pay, then have it delivered. It's cafe style, so getting water and coffee is self-service (gotta pay for the coffee, though!), which is convenient so you're not waiting on...More
This is a good place for breakfast or lunch. Food made with care. Also hosts art exhibits and Creating for Causes art fair. The owners really care about the community and serving good food.
We stopped in for a late breakfast on the weekend with friends. Both the food and the coffee was great. Unfortunately, since the three couples that made up our party each ordered separately, the food didn't come out all at the same time.
I used to love this place - I came here once every week or two for breakfast and to sit and write for an hour or two (I'm a grad student working on my thesis). The food is expensive (~$12 for two eggs, toast, bacon,...More
This little cafe/coffee house is located in Middleton Hills. They serve great quiche, bakery items, homemade soups, sandwiches and salads. Breakfast and lunch are both worth stopping in for. A charming atmosphere with lots of art on the walls that is for sale.
I've eaten here once for breakfast and once for lunch last week. My biggest surprise is that they only take cash. This caught my colleague and I by surprise since most places these days do take credit cards. Nonetheless, the quiche and salad was reasonably...More