Mildly rustic, 60's decor with open areas, plenty of tables, and a quiet peacefulness that exudes a warm comfortable welcome. Usual espresso-type coffee drinks were very good. Lunch menu includes an unusual "fruit plate" for less than $10, consisting of a few slices each of pineapple, orange, bread, melon, plus a perfectly room temperature triangle of brie, placed in an artful appetizing way on the plate. The people behind the counter recognized me on my second visit, smiling greetings. Located on the edge of a quiet strip mall, there was easy parking. Surprisingly for a "Mom and Pop" non-chain coffee shop, there is also a drive-through lane.
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