This is a lovely spot and if your out and about or near, do drop in. Its in a quite old church that's been saved from ruin with a lovely feel to it. Its more of a coffee house bistro in the European style or as was popular in the U.S. in the 60s to 80s before mass marketing decided what was best for everybody and we got mostly upscale bland. They have a limited menu but of the 5 items we've tried they were all very good. Sandwiches and soups terrific. Desserts great. Coffee and tea excellent. Beer, wine and cider available including local producers. Try the Ciderworks Celebration.They have nice music and bring in local artists and bands. They do a jazz brunch on Sundays.The decor is casual and relaxed, couches as well as chairs and tables. Very comfortable and not shabby if your worried about old. The light through the light-hued stain glass is remarkable. The high ceiling makes for good acoustics. Parking on the street M-F till 5 is a quarter per hour. Free on some of the side streets. No excuse, go!