Traci's is a discreet little place just past the center of town, going down toward the wharf. It's exterior is nondescript, but that in itself is welcoming, and gives a sense of quiet not found outside many of the other more bustling places in town. When you walk in, the place gives a sense of retro welcoming, the walls painted casually, and framed records on the wall, the tables covered in classic patterns reminiscent of the 80's and 90's. The wait staff will shout you a hello, before asking your preference for seating, and assisting you, the upstairs offering wait looks like an old school dairy bar, and a variety of smaller tables, and then down below it offers almost a cabin-like experience, the ceiling done with a warm gold wood, with heavy beams laid across, and the artwork and birdhouses of locals hung up for visual pleasure, and sale for the appraising eye. The tables in the lower section offer booths, with some larger party seating, and multiple bathrooms mean you won't find yourself doing the awkward dance for a strange audience. The menu offers a variety of sandwiches, breakfast items, and meal dishes, and for the appraising eye there is even healthy options and fruit if you know how to ask just right. They have classic music playing quietly, and I have found myself many lunches sitting down in a booth with my drawing pad, enjoying the quiet atmosphere, good home-style food, a cup of cocoa, and the unobtrusive and compassionate care of the wait staff. The food portions are always fair, and I've never gone hungry after a visit to Traci's, even on a poor man's budget.
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