Loved our experience here, really good food. Pancakes were huge!! Pastries were also good as was the fruit selection.
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A local spot with a community table. Extensive breakfast menu, items freshly prepared and served with a smile. Lots of regular breakfast items plus some of their own.
This place was hopping at 7:30 on a Saturday morning. It was filled with locals and I can see why. The menu offers everything you might want for breakfast, the coffee is great, and the portions are huge. I had the corned beef hash with...More
We stopped by shortly before closing on a Monday afternoon. They close at 3:00. The menu is mostly breakfast items, salads, soups, and sandwiches. I had the ham and bean soup. Very thick, lots of ham and beans in a great broth. I also had...More
Not a slick city cafe or franchise cafe but a genuine and authentic country cafe. Obviously a favourite of locals for an early breakfast. Had a huevos rancheros which was enjoyable, not the best I've had but appropriate to start the day , the tortillas...More
The food was good and fresh. I went with 10 of my family members and had a great time. I would defiantly recommend. The pancakes were great but the berries that came with them were definitely lacking. They seemed soggy and definitely not fresh. Other...More
This place always seems to have a crowd. Breakfast portions are generous and well prepared. The service is prompt and friendly. Try their omelettes. Your selection of ingredients will be in abundance.
We were hungry, and found a filling breakfast at this cozy cafe from yesteryear on Main Street in Saint Helena. Our omelets were generously filled with quality ingredients of our choice. However, my orange juice was rather mediocre, and they charged to have my husband's...More
Our second trip to Napa Valley over the Christmas Holidays and we looked for a spot to eat lunch. We went to Market but was told it would be an hour wait so we walked down to Gillwoods Cafe and were seated within 10 minutes....More
We stopped here on a wine-tasting trip. Gott's was too crowded, we had a lot of people and wanted to be served soon. Large & delicious menu. My friends had lunch, but I had a scramble and asked for a substitute for french fries. They...More