Stopped at Frankie's for a late lunch and really, really wanted to try their pizza, but we just weren't that hungry. The building is very cute and has seating inside at little tables, outside at a picnic table on a deck and upstairs in a large room (looks like it would be used for a large or private party). Bright and clean, they have local artwork on the walls. Staff was very friendly and seemed to be having a lot of fun at work.
I ordered the famous falafel and was not disappointed. The falafel was a nice consistency and very light - not heavy at all. Tahini sauce and a fresh tomato and cucumber salad topped the falafel. Husband ordered the chili nachos and said they were good, but uninspired. They topped the chips with cheese, microwaved it, then topped with a nice homemade chili. Basic, but good.
We were entirely too full to sample their line of Cowlick brand ice cream, but there seemed to be a steady stream of customers who came in just for a cone.
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