nice place for coffee and pastry or light lunch. We met friends during the week for lunch - and although I felt the soup and sandwich a bit on the skimpy side...both were delicious. I had the chicken tortilla soup - something I wouldn't make at home, but great when it's "homemade" at a restaurant. The café is clean, nicely decorated - accommodated our group of ten without a problem - it has a back room for larger groups. Watch out in the parking lot in inclement weather - it gets muddy and slushy. The coffee was great - both in selection and flavor - and while I didn't have a pastry - the locals say that the coffee and pasty is why they come here. I grew up in the NE Ohio area - and it's good to see revitalization. Covered bridges are the thing here - and they showcase them in a small one out back and in the coffee.