A friend told us about this place, so when we were in the area we stooped by for lunch. What a delightful place! It’s hippie heaven. The menu is very creative and fun, the food was really good, and the decor - well, a collage...More
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It seemed obvious that our food was not prepared fresh. In other words, it was purchased in cans and boxes, then heated up when it was time to serve us. My french onion soup was prepared in a microwave, for example. The chips my daughter...More
Love. Love The Raven! Eclectic food and staff. Salads, sandwiches and soups are all excellent. Breakfast too. Seriously. Indulgent specialty coffees, and books for days. Do yourself a favor and go here.
Our family visited here twice while on vacation. The first time was for dinner. We all ordered sandwiches, which were good. Our daughter got a coffee drink which she enjoyed quite a bit. My husband and I both got beer to drink. The 2nd time...More
Poe would applaud this mystical restaurant in so many ways, but for the average person we can say the food is very good and the value is as well. The atmosphere is comfortably odd but homey & comfortable.
My husband had not been to the Raven Cafe this summer. We had been up on the north end of town & decided to stop for a late lunch The restaurant was packed ~ lots of people enjoying the upstairs, so we meandered back to...More
When you first enter the Raven, you feel like you are walking back in time 100 years. There are hard wood floors throughout, old posters all over the walls, huge old bar, wood tables and chairs and just a feeling of "wow!". I always eat...More
The selection of coffees and teas is excellent. Cafe also serves alcohol. Unique soup, salad and sandwich offerings each with a literature-based name. Music and classic movies are shown in the evening.