I love going here for dinner. I especially like the New Orleans cooking this and last summer. The store has become a community gathering place and sells many local items as well as featuring local artists.
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Have you read the menu? It's hilarious! Have you talked to Nan? She's hilarious! (And a good story-teller, and lots of fun). Have you eaten the pancakes? Or Pope Florentine? Or bagel with lox? Or Mikaroons? They're delicious! We LOVE this place, the people, the...More
Elmer's is my favorite place for breakfast, and dinner, not only because the food is great, but because their atmosphere engenders warmth and welcome to all. In times like these a smile and a hot cup of coffee or a cold pint of beer can...More
We stopped by at Elmer's for lunch and liked it so much that we made an immediate dinner reservation. The food was excellent, the staff fun, and when I asked about one of the dinner items the chef (who was preparing it) came out of...More
I've been here for breakfast and lunch several times and always support locally owned venues. The locals love this place and granted there aren't many other choices in this quaint town but I have found the food to be mediocre, often served on chipped dishes...More
We stopped here for a little refreshment a few weeks ago, and decided on brownies. Sooo good! We enjoyed sitting on the porch and watching the world go by. We definitely want to come back for breakfast and lunch!
Breakfast, lunch and in summer, dinner on weekends. This is THE place to be. Breakfasts are large, homemade and superb. Large menu. Sausage gravy and eggs with homemade biscuits, A new dish not to be missed is the homemade cinnamon roll french toast. With local...More
Too much emphasis on the meat, dairy and animal products. Forget trying to get anything even remotely vegan or veg-friendly here . . . . or, anything that won't clog your arteries. Kind of disappointing as I prefer to support local businesses.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Elmer's attracts not just people visiting Ashfield (there is an Inn across the street) but local population. It is a gathering place for friends sitting at a long table on Friday nights. It is known for its Pulled Pork...More