Stopped in for breakfast on a Saturday morning around 9AM. Cute inside. Plenty of seating. Plenty of choices from bagels, croissants, scones, quiches and specials such as French toast. We had a chocolate croissant and bagel both of which were good. My husband ordered the $4.99 French toast special and it was 4 small slices of a French baguette served with powdered sugar and syrup. It was tasty but certainly not like any French toast we had seen. A plain latte was well done. I had the tomato herb quiche which was delicious. The herb combination and crust were wonderful.
We grabbed a cranberry scone and cinnamon roll for the next day as well as some loaves of bread...Italian, rye and multi-grain. The scone and cinnamon roll the day later were both good; so far the multi grain is all we've tried and is very good. The bread can be put in fridge for longer shelf life and frozen for even more.
Good place to stop in for a quick breakfast or a grab and go.
They were out of whole wheat muffins which was a disappointment as I had read several reviews on TA and other places about how good they were...and it was only 9AM!