As general aviation airport cafés go, this one is near the top of the list. We flew in for a lunch stop during a weekend sightseeing flight. (We pilots call this the "$100 hamburger.")
Their menu promotes their smoked pork, which is the main ingredient in both the BBQ and Cuban sandwiches. We tried both, and they were great.
We will return, at least for lunch.
Also of note is that the kitchen is open all day. We arrived around 3pm, and quality of both service and food was great.
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