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Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,with indoor and outdoor seating.We do all our baking on premises, serve generous gourmet salads and sandwiches, quiches, pizzas, desserts and more.Visit our market for gourmet groceries, beers and wines, and unique gifts. We offer wonderful imported cheeses, olives, patés, chocolates and gourmet groceries. Enjoy our fresh organic and locally grown produce, as well as imported and locally produced beers and wines. We also offer table linens and pottery imported from Provence, France, Indonesia, Spain and Mexico (Talavera). Treat yourself with our natural, local, and French soaps and lotions. African baskets from Ghana are part of our full line of baskets and…
I worked with the manager Peyton who spoke with me on several occasions to prepare a special cake for our very special day. She delivered it to the Cafe Roka for our dinner reception. It was delicious. As a side note we visit the market...More
I live in Bisbee, so I'm a local. You couldn't pay me to dine there. The help is rude and incompetent. My husband and I tried to have a dinner there and were treated so rudely we walked out.
I only use them for specialty...More
We decided to give this a try for dinner as we were in the mood for something light and simple.
This fit the bill as it was quite tasty, reasonably priced and the food was made from scratch.
Overall it was a pleasant experience and...More
We discovered this market when we continued a ways "up" the main street. It is near the Screaming Banshee Pizza Place. We had already eaten, but we did get desserts to enjoy later in our room. The brownie was amazing as was the peanut butter...More
I found the salad I ordered mediocre and overpriced for what little it contained. The service consisted of waiting until the people behind the counter decided they had ignored me long enough to sufficiently impress me with my unimportance to them. I found the interior...More