Most of the houses in this area, looks like something from Old Williamsburg, VA.....and it surprised us.
This place provided a different charm that is usually seen in smaller villages, in a country type setting. I kept looking around for an old jukebox with some Woody Guthrie type songs in it.
Barb and I ordered omelets, coffee and orange juice. We were given plenty of time to talk about our next events for the day, while they prepared our food.
A large map is on the wall, at our table, which is a record of 5 early state boundaries from the late 1600's.
Our food was set before us, and it was just "OK". Basic, and in smaller portions.
The fried potatoes could fit in the palm of my hand, without any of it falling out.
The bonus round came from the pastry display case, at the end of the room. You would not know it was there, unless you had to pass it by.
Great home made pastries, cakes, and more. When you go there for breakfast, check the display case first, and then plan your meal.
As you look out the window of this restaurant, with your breakfast and coffee in front of you, you could almost hear a faint whistle blowing from a distant train......as it slowly fades away.
The food was a bit pricey for what you got.
The nostalgic atmosphere was unique and timeless.
The best to all of you.
jerryandbarb8 (our review name)
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