I didn't know anything about what to expect from this restaurant only that it was run by a Twelve Tribes community. The restaurant itself is quite small with only about five tables inside and another four or five on the porch. It's very quaint and had the smell of wood burning even in the midst of summer, which I found very pleasant. Expect a slow-moving line and an unusually long wait for a simple sandwich. However, this was also quite pleasant compared with many places where one feels rushed. It's a great alternative when you would just like to relax for a bit. I had a turkey sandwich on oatmeal bread and a hibiscus fruit cooler. Peach crumb pie for dessert. Everything seemed to be made of the freshest ingredients and all homemade. I was not asked if I wanted whipped cream when I ordered the pie, but the woman who brought it to me asked, and she brought the pie back to the kitchen to add it. I thought that was a very nice gesture. My daughter had the egg sandwich, which looked good, but I would not suggest it unless you like over easy eggs. She was not asked how she wanted her eggs, but next time I would specify or at least ask how they are cooked. Very limited menu, but everything looked good that I saw. I would go back again.
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