The atmosphere was great, using old brick walls and some very clever antique themes (bicycles), resourceful decorating on the part of the owner makes it inviting and fun, but by far, the best part was the food. It was outstanding, and it was very reasonably priced. We were there at 11, and out of 5, 3 had breakfast, two had lunch items. Baked goods and bread were obviously fresh (unsure whether baked in the cafe or perhaps the bakery a few doors down). One had a nice pasta, fish and chips, the vegetarian had a quiche, one had excellent french toast, and I had chicken fried steak and eggs. Nobody was anything but pleased with their meals, and the wait staff was extremely nice and very attentive. In Seward for a family wedding, but I will make it a point to revisit the cafe again some time in the future. The menu is surprisingly diverse, and covers breakfast lunch and dinner.
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