In and out as quickly as REAL ham, egg and cheese croissants could be made. Very well worth the few blocks off 36 hwy to main street. They said they will be open a few hours this Sunday! Lunches in past were good as well.
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Perfect place for coffee and breakfast. Friendly host, step back in time, located in old bank, vintage soda fountain. Delicious food, highly suggest the cinnamon roll. Daily specials for lunch. We will be back, on our next trip across highway 36. Well worth the detour...More
We needed a place to eat lunch and found this place on trip advisor. What a wonderful use of an old building, super service, and the food was....awesome! Will stop again the next time I am traveling on 36!
We need a restaurant that offers gluten-free options. The Cornerstone menu could be adapted to fit our needs. Our meal was very good, and very reasonable.
We were driving through Seneca, Kansas at lunch time and asked a local where to eat. They recommended the coffee house downtown, so we went thinking they might have sandwiches as well. Oh, were we surprised! The Cornerstone Coffeehaus was more than cute as it...More
Stopped in for lunch, outstanding meal best chicken fried chicken I have had. We topped off our lunch with 4 different flavors of ice cream, ice cream was also very good, if ever passing through Seneca again will stop again.
Nice setting in historic building. The food was very good and we were able to dine in a back room for semi privacy. The apple crisp desert with ice cream was warm and tasty.
I was back in Seneca during a recent motorcycle ride. I was looking forward to a return visit to the Coffehaus to have an order of their biscuits and gravy, a cup of coffee and to see how the renovation was going. On my previous...More
We were in town for a wedding and needed lunch 2 of the days. This coffee house is a great place to grab a sandwich and cold or hot drink! The food was fresh and good! I had the spicy BLT one day and the...More
Did not eat there on this trip but went there several times to enjoy their coffee. Even had a couple of small meetings at the Coffee Haus and the environment was conducive for those.