The Full City Cafe is a pleasant place to enjoy Sunday brunch, breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is not the least expensive place in town, but the service is very good and pretty much everything on the menu is made from scratch with high-quality ingredients, including their delicious pastries and desserts. The coffee is good and served in a large mug with free refills. I'm especially fond of Full City's reuben sandwiches and meat loaf dinners, while my wife favors their fish dinners. We both love their dinner rolls. The cafe decor is nothing special and the acoustics can be a bit loud, but you always get generous-sized cloth napkins. We would eat dinner there more often except that Full City does not have a liquor license, and we both enjoy a glass of beer or wine with our dinners out.
Besides Full City's regular dinner menu, the owners Keith and Lisa regularly create seasonally-themed dinner choices. These can be a bit hit and miss, but we applaud their efforts which succeed more often than they fall short. Last night, we ventured in to sample their "St. Patrick's Day in September" specials. My wife enjoyed a large house salad followed by salmon in cream, which she said was delicious. I started out with a tasty cup of Mulligatawny soup, followed by a large and well-prepared helping of corn beef and cabbage that included a large slice of Irish soda bread. She drank hot tea, while I sipped on coffee. We were both a bit too full to enjoy one of Full City's homemade brownies or tarts, so we each settled for a refreshing scoop of vanilla ice cream with hot-fudge sauce. All in all, a very satisfying dinner!