Normally would not order anything with sea food or Cajun seasoning in the hills of Northern California but it was delicious. Spaghetti Bouluginoise was also very good with superb service.
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Wide open, spacious without being cavernous, really attentive but not obtrusive service. The food quality is really good. The freshness of the ingredients they use is apparent. The portion sizes are on the generous side. We took our left overs in go boxes and ate...More
The La Grange Cafe had just re-opened two weeks before our visit. We were very glad we chose the restaurant. Our pork chop and pasta primavera meals with Caesar salads were very good. The server was helpful, friendly, attentive, and accommodating. As the restaurant just...More
Due to the death of the owner, the restaurant is now closed - a real loss for the community. It was one of the centerpieces of social activity in the county.
Good coffee, sandwiches and you can get it to go. I would definitely visit here again when travelling through Weaverville.
Friendly staff, and delicious choices from which to select. Seems to be popular with locals as well. Restaurant has two large rooms, one with a full bar and the other a bit quieter and more conducive to conversation while enjoying dinner.
Planned to eat here after our tour of Joss House SP. Made that decision based on all the reviews here (Trip Advisor). Our Joss House tour guide, Jack Frost, informed us that La Grange Cafe was closed. The owner passed away last week (November 2014)....More
We had lunch at La Grange and enjoyed the experience. The interior is roomy and full of historic memorabilia, so fun to look around while waiting for our meal. We both had the Portobello mushroom sandwiches with sweet potato fries. The sandwiches were good; although...More