This is a small obviously popular café conveniently located on waterfront. We hopped right off our boat and right up the dock to lunch. There is a good deal of seating for a small eatery, but it is not a roomy place. We went well after the lunch rush and there were still no tables on the deck outside. Very large sandwich menu with reasonable prices. We had the chicken quesadilla and the turkey Cobb sandwich on wheat. Both were fresh and delicious. With our sandwiches we had fresh iced tea. Very refreshing if not a tad pricy. Oddly, they wouldn't allow me to substitute a small garden salad for my chips and pasta salad and charged us $3.75 (a garden salad came with the quesadilla so this didn’t seem unreasonable). It also appeared burdensome to the woman taking our order which we found rather strange. Overall, a really solid little café, fantastic location and decent value
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