It was difficult to get to the Cedar Street Cafe, since the downtown street is torn up and the sidewalk was closed, but once you find the back door, you are rewarded. From the generous cup of coffee, to the friendly service, to the food, are are great.
I had a Farmer's Omlet. It was huge, fluffy, but thin, and filled with delicious ham, potatoes, and more than you can eat veggies. One of the best I have ever had. It came with homemade bread and a side of jam. I chose raspberry, and licked out the tiny bown after enjoying it on toast.
My wife had French toast with a creamy sauce. She too ate every bit.
I will stop again my next time through.
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