Lovely cafe’ with good coffee but the quich was microwaved and chewy. Didn’t try the pastries but will not return.
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The Coffeehouse is nestled in the unsuspecting warehouse area of Waynesville next to the train tracks. Panacea completely gutted the warehouse into a neat, hip, coffee roastery with great food and coffee. The back porch area sits right on a beautiful creek and is lit...More
We had become regulars at Panacea. I repeatedly order their yogurt and fruit plus one of their tasty blueberry muffins and ice tea. My husband usually has the" Red headed step child," and he is hard to please. The funky, laid-back venue borders the railroad...More
Our favorite lunch place in Waynesville. Can sit outside besides a small creek and enjoy the scenery while you have an enjoyable lunch. Some of the best sandwiches in town.
This is a great place. Nice friendly atmosphere. Great cozy seats, a place where you take 5 and relax. So glad we found this place, after a recommendation from a local nurse. Will definitely be returning. You should give it a try.
That's the definition of the word Panacea...a cure all or something that makes the situation better... You can smell the beans roasting as you drive by this unique Frog Level Location. It's an old warehouse. Out front are the rail road tracks and outback is...More
Set in an old warehouse along the bank of a small river, this place has the look and feel of an old coffeehouse, with a quaint and rustic charm that makes you want to spend the afternoon here. My wife and I ordered coffee, while...More
Stopped in for a latte while shopping at Frog Level recently. The atmosphere is great. Latte and chocolate chip cookie were both excellent. Cheerful service. Wish it had been lunch time, as the selections looked good. Will make sure to try them next visit.
Great place to have breakfast or lunch. I had the quiche dishes on two separate days and my wife had the panini sandwiches. On both days they were great.The fresh in house roasted is great. Smooth and bold for the coffee I chose. We were...More