We had a little wait, so left our phone nber and shopped across the street. Seating is a little cozy since this is one of the older buildings that is converted into a restaurant. Outdoor seating is available in the summer. The menu offers a selection of sandwiches, soups, salads and quiches or creeps. We had the spinach quiche. Portobello mushroom sandwich and potato soup. All was excellent, especially the mushroom sandwich which had spinach, roasted peppers, feta and Swiss cheeses. Dessert was a blackberry cobbler served warm and offered ala mode. With drinks (tea) our bill came to $29. A full bar is offersd woth wines and liquers, I will plan on another stop in the future.
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