Good variety of sandwiches. Friendly service. Coffee and sodas. A couple of TV screens. WiFi and a quiet place for lunch.
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I ordered a breakfast burrito with no cheese to go (dairy allergy). When I went to eat it 60 miles down the road, it had cheese in it. When I called to say I would like a refund , the woman said "fine, come get...More
I've been here several times and it's always been disappointing. I'm pretty sure most of their dishes are composed of frozen food and their coffee is not very good. The employees are nice but if you want somewhere with table service don't go here.
We had breakfast here one morning - the menu has tons of options! The bagel my husband ordered was delicious, but the biscuits and gravy were just so-so. Coffees were good and there's lots of seating and power outlets at most tables if you're looking...More
Came here on Monday morning when all the other breakfast places were closed. Order at the counter and then wait for your name to be called -- not your real name, but the name they assign to you, like "Robert Redford" or "Doc Holliday." The...More
If you are expecting a nice, fresh bagel, you will be disappointed. I am used to going into Einsteins for fresh baked bagels and eating them straight out of the bag, uncut, without anything on them, but they're so good because they're super fresh and...More
Reasonable breakfast and bottled juice make for a quick stop on your way to rafting, biking or hiking. Average cost about $7-9 for a bage with bacon and cheese or breakfast burrito. Reasonable and fast. They have coffee services (never tried it) and friendly service....More
I had been to Sacred Grounds on a visit a few years back and remembered it as being very good. On this trip I felt it has slipped a little. Food was average. What bothered me more though was that the espresso drink that I...More