....how many people actually know about it. We stopped by here for lunch on the recommendation of one of my wife's friends, and we weren't disappointed. Located in an old two story home that serves as an arts & crafts gallery, the restaurant is open from 11:00 - 3:00 Tuesday - Sunday, and open until 8:00 on Friday. A variety of salads, sandwiches and burgers dot the menu, along with some sides, appetizers and desserts.
We started with an appetizer of "Hidden Treasures", which was basically four lightly fried dough balls with mozzarella and herbs stuff inside, and came to the table resting leisurely in some herb garlic butter. Crunchy, chewy, salty, sweet, savory, there were amazing. Probably should come with a Lipitor prescription, but still amazing. For the rest, my wife had the "Dagwood Gone Wild" sandwich with a side of home made mac-n-cheese, and I opted for the burger with the mac-n-cheese. The Dagwood was an apricot and jalapeno glazed pressed pork sandwich caramelized onions and a very good honey mustard. There were probably other things on it, but the only thing I can tell you is that after one bit, I knew what I was getting on my next visit. Flat out one of the tastiest sandwiches I've ever had.
My burger was enormous, perfectly cooked with cheese caramelized onions, and tomatoes so fresh that I can't figure out where they got them at this time of year. The mac-n-cheese was spectacular as well.
Be warned that the portions are very large, especially if you decide to go with an appetizer. We had to get a "to go" box, and I would imagine if you were going to do dessert, it would have to be as a "to go" item or maybe paired with an appetizer.
They had excellent sweet tea, and the service was very friendly and reasonably quick for the amount of customers at the time. Prices are more than reasonable for the quality of the food, as we got a ton of food for $28 including tip.