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We stopped in for breakfast with a group of 5 and it was not our first time, but we enjoyed the window seat and the plethora of decorations and funny little signs eliciting a chuckle!
Breakfast was good here again with a good and flexible...variety and a good cup of coffee with a smile!
It is a quaint folksy place on the main street of Hobart and readily accessible with quick service and good eats!
Give it a try if you haven;t already and you'll be glad you did!More
My husband and I love to visit bookstores and Hobart, NY has many of them. It was time for lunch so we saw the sign, The Coffee Pot, and since I love coffee, we headed to it. The place is adorable...walls are covered with cut...signs about coffee, food, family etc. There are many coffee pots displayed all over. The service was friendly, food was very good and even the bathroom walls were covered with funny signs. Great place to eat and great town for books!More
In fact it was the worst coffee I have ever tasted. Anytime you can see clear through the coffee in the pot, you're in trouble. So weak that I could not taste any coffee flavor at all. The place is small but interestingly decorated with...antique signs and lots of other kitchy stuff. They offered a breakfast special menu that was not special at all. No coffee or juice included as other diners and cafes do. The prices were not great so I don't really know what made them so special. Our waitress did not smile at us once and barely looked at us. Strange. I don't think I'll be going there again. For goodness sake, serve some decent coffee.More
We discovered this place by mistake, we wanted to have breakfast in Stamford but we missed it and end up in Hobart (biking). The place makes you feel like home and the breakfast are amazing. They are only open in the evening Friday if I...remember correctly and accept reservations for 6 or more. Make sure you stop at one of the 5 bookshop in the village, they have some rare items.More
Date of visit: August 2013
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