This business has closed its doors. They are no longer in business. Shame, because it was really good!
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Wanted to go but they close early and closed on Sundays.. It's probably good but there's only one other place in town to get espresso drinks, and it was unimpressive..bummer Marigold has such limited hours.
I stopped for lunch here with my mom today and we were very happy with our meals. The bread was incredible! Service wasn't exactly warm and fuzzy, but the food and atmosphere was worth the stop!
Food was fresh and wholesome, but everything else was below par. Upon entering, we were ignored for 10 minutes while we waited for the wait staff to take our order. We asked if we could split a sandwich and a salad. The waitress brought our...More
All homemade. Can't remember exactly what I ate, but remember it was like a homemade sandwich perhaps, with like potato salad & chips, or something like that. Quaint, comfortable dining area & they have stuff you can buy on shelves too, like homemade apple butter.
My wife and I wanted to go see the Amelia Earhart home and museum in Atchison, KS. We went last Saturday. The museum and home is a great day trip. For lunch, we stopped b Marigolds. It's a small bakery which also serves soups and...More
Made from scratch menu items. Good choice of baked goods, including loafs of breads. Order the excellent tomato basil soup! Unique “cute” atmosphere, good service.
This small cafe has a varied menu. I enjoyed my Reuben and my husband had the Hot Shot. The portions were not huge, but it was delicious and filling. Wish I had saved room for the sweets because they looked delicious!
A great little place for lunch - I loved the mis-matched tables and chairs with vintage tablecloths - this added to the charm of the entire place. Breads and pastries were very fresh and tasty while the gal behind the counter was very friendly and...More