There are many restaurants touting breakfasts that seem based on gimmicky, sweet treats. Spoon and Seed is the real thing - delicious food, creatively prepared with wholesome ingredients resulting in a totally delicious meal. Set in a re-constituted school house using repurpose wood, recycled mason jars, and other genuine materials, the setting is warm and welcoming, very New England and quintessential Cape Cod. The servers are genuine, friendly, and efficient. My husband, a connoisseur of corned beef hash, pronounced this the best he has ever eaten. It was like eating a piece of corned beef - hearty and delicious, accompanied by two eggs and marvelous home/French fried potatoes. My dish was called an "open face'. It was fresh tomatoes and avocado slices with melted Vermont cheddar topped with two sunny side up eggs (perfectly prepared) on a large piece of hearty toast. It was also accompanied by the delicious potatoes. The portion was so large that i actually had half for breakfast and took the other half home. The coffee is rich and delicious. We heard from friends that the lunches are also outstanding. Actually, several of the breakfast items also appear on the lunch menu. B ready for a major treat at Spoon and Seed.
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