We ate lunch on a Saturday here, referred by the owner of our B&B. It was delicious! Locals vibe, not touristy at all...I had a tuna melt and some tomato basil soup that knocked my socks off, my husband had a chicken fajita wrap of some sort...he wanted my tuna melt after trying it. We can't wait to go back, this time we will both get the tuna :)
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