The setting is an old farmhouse (1800s?) turned into a cute little cafe. Outdoor seating lets you see the chickens wandering around the property, or you can sit inside. We went for breakfast and they have an array of coffee drinks and alcohol (bloody mary, etc.). Their bakery items look amazing (although I was too full to try them). I had an omelet, which was hearty and delicious. Great ingredients, simple but flavorful food. My only two concerns: they charge around $5 to split a plate, and the service was very slow.
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