Upon entering, one could smell "freshness"...from the open doorway leading to the flower shop next door, and visual senses were heightened with bright decor. We ate breakfast which was served promptly along with good coffee. My egg scramble with gorgozola ($7) included potatoes or a salad which our server boxed to take away. The breads with choice of sourdough, wheat and marble rye appeared homemade. Coffee was good. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and the lunch and dinner menus made me want to go back to try more. Good, fresh food, much of which is from local sources!
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