Went for brunch. Very pleasant staff. The breads are homemade. My wife had their breakfast sandwich which came with locally sourced sausage and egg with cheese. I had grilled cheese sandwich which was made with goat cheese, arugala, and tomato. Both were excellent and served with hash browns which was a mixture of fried sweet peppers, sweet and white potatos. Coffee was good and the waitress was always generous with the refills.
The restaurant also donates back to the community in creating training and employment opportunities...a good reason to support their establishment.
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