Everyone so kind at this restaurant and the food was yummy! Gluten free bread! Great place to eat for breakfast or lunch.
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If you are traveling going east or west on Interstate 80 , put the brakes on and take the ramp to Princeton! Exit 56! This will not take long but you must travel thru the North part of Main Street over the railroad tracks! Some...More
Small town, good food, very friendly! Co-owner Wanda wanted to make sure everything was good, and it was. Waiter made sure allergies were respected. Big enough portions for the cooler and to be enjoyed later. We can see why they were winnets of the Trip...More
The food was amazing. We had a waitress and I think her name was Kira. She was very polite and super kind. For being such a young age she did great at her job. Its so nice so see a young face working. She was...More
A truly attentive staff and owners. Our "waiter" was Caleb, who I thought was an owner since he was SO knowledgeable, so "into" the menu and the customers. We are all three very particular eaters and cooks and though this menu was not exotic or...More
Saw this place as were heading home after a long weekend in the area. There were 7 of us but they fit us all in at one table after a short wait. What a cute, eclectic place this was and the food was good. We...More
Only cozy breakfast/lunch café in Princeton that serves good homemade food.The red potatoes and onions are great for breakfast, and not frozen like Red apple and the coffee cup serves. Service is very good, although it seemed that our food took a little longer to...More