So what else can you ask for? Details - breakfast served all day, lunch menu starts at 11 a.m. We chose from the breakfast menu. Toast made with Fugasa, an Argentine sourdough bread. It makes traditional French toast even better. Extensive menu also offers omelets, variations on Eggs Benedict, crepes, Belgian waffles, to name a few. Very hard to settle on one dish, so this cafe conveniently offers half-orders of some items so you can combine a savory dish with a sweet. I had a half-order of French toast and a half-order of Charleston Benedict (crab cake subs for the Canadian bacon.) Really, really good. Tables in the garden are lovely, but the tables inside the old home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places are comfortable and have their own appeal. Our service was top notch. Reservations are a good idea, especially on weekends. Open late April to early November.
Tip for the disabled: when you make a reservation for your table, reserve a parking space at the cafe's entrance on Greenway Court, the one-way lane that runs parallel to Main Street. Garden tables require no steps from Greenway Court. Indoor tables and restroom require 3-4 steps.
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