Have eaten there many times and the food and service is always good. It's a local hangout that will amuse you with eclectic decor and unique dining experience. Staff is sweet. Lunch specials are always good.
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Local, old place to eat in a small town. We ordered the turkey club sandwich. It was fine. Not very impressed with the bakery items available at lunch time the day we were there. We tried the gingerbread cookies. Wouldn't hurry back.
What a cute little place and good food, too. This is a good starting place if you want to eat your way through Belhaven--which I recommend doing. A foodie's paradise.
Went in for the bakery and ended up staying for breakfast. Walking distance from the marina where our boat was docked.
It’s like stepping back in time, small diner where all the locals go to have coffee and breakfast, fast and friendly service; had an omelet with a great tasting hash brown casserole. On the way out, we ran into the owners of a local restaurant....More
Great food for breakfast or lunch but go early as they are always packed! Superb desserts but our favorite is the gingerbread men. Ordering up a dozen or so tomorrow
I love this little place especially for breakfast. They actually have "grits" and I am a: "transplanted Georgia Peach" and just love a place where I can get a delicious bowl of grits; but you better go early for they usually run out pretty fast....More
Breakfast was great. you have to try the cheese biscuits. We were the only ones there not local. They serve breakfast until 1pm. The lunch specials looked good too!
While this restaurant serves lunch and baked goods, I think the best reason to visit is breakfast. The omelets are tasty, the coffee is excellent, and the biscuits are buttery. Portions are generous. The atmosphere is old-school cozy with vinyl tablecloths and mismatched tables. The...More