I took my sister-in-law, a local, for a birthday lunch. She had never been and I had read such favorable reviews I had to give it a try. Our paninis were wonderful--grilled perfectly and served on the patio hot off the grill with the goat cheese creamy and gooie, and the portobello firm and really flavorful.
The interior has a fun retro vibe and the outdoor patio is really charming with lots of reclaimed and upcycled doors, etc., and the garden is charming and well maintained. I can't wait to go back in the evening for the pizza.
There is a really cute little gift shop just in front of the cafe, owned by a clay artist, that has some fun and well priced little gifts that is worth going to when you are in the area.
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