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Wow! Ambiance! Food! Peace!
I didn't want to leave, and I'll be back. I live nowhere near you, but I remain really wowed at my experience.
Food: garden salad with chicken and balsamic viniagrette. Chacuterie board. Cheesecake. (You can clearly see this is like 3...More
Lunch at Old World Cafe in Cross Village was a wonderful experience.
The restaurant is beautiful both inside and out. It certainly hits the mark in presenting a European atmosphere. And the exterior looks as though the building has been there for decades, although it...More
We stopped there this morning for breakfast on our way up scenic 119. We were very impressed. The service was wonderful, the food was fabulous and the decor was lovely. We will definitely be going back! Looking forward to a return trip!!
My wife and I were driving the Tunnel of Trees between Harbor Springs and Cross Village, and were both feeling the need to visit a restroom. In Cross Village, the signature venue didn't open until the next weekend. We spotted the Old World Cafe, which...More
My husband and I were staying in Harbor Springs for the week and decided to take a Sunday drive up the lakeshore to poke around. The drive up Hwy 119 was beautiful with breathtaking views of the lake and some equally breathtaking sites of the...More
My friends and I were on our way to a wedding in Indiana, but needed to get dinner by the time we hit Peoria. This was my second visit to Old World Cafe and they didn’t disappoint. As a whole we got two chicken and...More
It’s great to see a new spot in Cross Village with a unique menu for the area. However, it does fall short in service and value. I was there on a rainy, cold day. The restaurant itself was very cold inside and the combo of...More
The menu is full of both lunch and brunch items. We tried several especially the eggs benedict, the chicken salad croissant, and the Italian Panini sandwich. all were excellent. Pricing would be considered moderate- ie. most... More
The menu is full of both lunch and brunch items. We tried several especially the eggs benedict, the chicken salad croissant, and the Italian Panini sandwich. all were excellent. Pricing would be considered moderate- ie. most dishes around 10-12$. The food quality is excellent!
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