I first ate at Peaberry's about six years ago when a friend arranged to meet me there for lunch. She described it as a sort of casual lunch/dinner place. I was familiar with the area, which has some good and fun restaurants.
It is located in a smaller shopping area off the main street, easily find-able. The décor is pleasant, with a large, windowed front and tables of various sizes throughout the dining area. There is a seating area with armchairs near a fire.
Peaberry's offers sandwiches and soups and pastries of various types along with all kinds of beverages. Pricing is in keeping with the pricing in the neighborhood, and you get good value for your food. You order your meal at the register and wait for it to be prepared, at which point you retrieve it at the side counter.
My last meal was a BLT, served with potato chips, and a vanilla latte. It was very good. (I would like to say that it is hard to mess up a BLT, but I have unfortunately7 had it done several times.) At Peaberry's the bread was toasted properly, not too much mayonnaise. The tomatoes were ripe, the bacon well-cooked, neither floppy nor crumbly. I shared a pastry with my party, and strolled out of there sipping my vanilla latte.
While I didn't have soup this time, theirs are good. I like their Hungarian Mushroom if it is available.
Staff was pleasant and businesslike, there were plenty of saltshakers available, and the place was not noisy: good for sitting and catching up.
I plan to go back in the next week or so.