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One of the top 5 lattes I have had, and I have had many! The gluten free blackberry almond scone was phenomenal - rich almond taste, not overpowering with tasty blackberries. It was perfect consistency. Very friendly service.
We pulled into town starving for breakfast having past many places that were either closed or looking questionable when we saw the sign for the Coffee House. Not expecting much and just happy it was open, we went in. And thank goodness we did. This...More
The way this place works is you stand uncomfortably in everyone’s way for about a half hour before placing your order, taken by one person. So the door is open all the time and it’s cold.
Omelette was ok. Mushrooms were rubbery and inedible. For...More
We had to wait quite awhile to get our order in. It was fairly busy and the process was slow. It was all worth it after we got our food! The omelets, biscuits and gravy, and the fruit crepes were all delicious! We ended up...More
This is a hidden gem. Exceedingly casual eating experience. I actually cringe because so much food appears to be left behind and tossed away but everything is very tasty. LOVE the coffee and lattes which are made with French presses. There are the most delicious...More
Coffee lovers land here instinctively and are never disappointed! Great, great lattes!! The giant pancakes are PLATESIZE huge and the fresh fruit parfaits are healthy works of art to compliment any coffee or pastry selection.
The staff is helpful and so accommodating -answering general touristy...More
Stopped by here yesterday for a cup of coffee. There were two people in front of us in line ordering their food. Waited over 15 minutes for the clerk to take their order. Then we ordered just a house coffee thinking that would be fast....More
The oysters looked huge, but they were almost entirely breading. The pastie was mostly a pastry crust with a little filling. The crust was greasy and tough. It could not be cut with a fork and was difficult with a knife. Coffee was extremely strong,...More