So you are in an RV campground looking like you are in an out-building at a campgrounds from 50 years ago. What a shocker to find such excellently prepared food, at least at breakfast time (which is what we had). I had an omelette that was divine, light and fluffy with carefully grilled vegetables within, perfectly formed, with potatoes and a small muffin with a big side of butter and preserves that I believe were homemade. You couldn't do better at a fancy resort at twice the price. Served with plenty of hot coffee, it made for a wonderful and fairly priced meal. Oh, and the view of the Albion Bridge on Highway 1 from ground level adds to the 1950s feel of the cafe. While you are there, walk down to the beach at the ocean front and walk under the bridge to round out your morning. We brought books down to the beach and spent an hour or so there after the wonderful breakfast.
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