The quiche lorraine was delicious...velvety texture, crisp crust and perfectly complimented by a skinny caramel apple latte. The place was busy on a late Sept. morning...seems to be a meeting place for locals and visitors alike. We stopped by for a quick lunch before we headed out of town and the chicken burrito with black beans and rice was just the right size and nicely seasoned. The herbal iced tea was delicious as well. If I lived in Ely, I am sure that I would be a regular here.
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