Had Easter brunch with a friend- such a nice place to go - no hustle, bustle of a large restaurant, able to carry on a conversation without loud noise. They serve homemade soups, sandwiches and salads but on Easter their menu included a ham dinner, 2 sides, soup or salad, and homemade dessert. The ham was tender, glazed carrots and mashed potato- very good! The homemade tomato bisque was excellent- but the desserts were fantastic! I will definitely be back.
They have a small well maintained garden with a few tables outside - the service is slower than the chain restaurants but that is because everything is homemade-well worth slowing down to enjoy! If you want a relaxed lunch, this is the place to go!
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