Heed the warnings and do not enter unless the place is almost empty. They are not set up to handle more than a few customers at a time. Waited more than 45 min for a take out order. Finally had to go ask the status...More
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We went to BP (4 people) about 3:00 pm; on vacaion in area. Upon entry the waitress (blond hair with pony tail, middle aged) barked at us to sit at large table that seats 10+. We found a clean table for 4 adults. Clearly irritated...More
Had breakfast for four. I tried the pasty and my husband and teens had the lumberjack. Everything was hot and tasted great. Small place so if the lot is full you will be waiting. Bread is wonderful. Baked fresh there we bought a loaf to...More
Great breakfast with great friends served by a friendly staff. I would definitely go there again. They even agreed to open a half hour earlier the next day so we could get a good cup of coffee a little bit earlier than their normal hours.
Charming small town cafe. Great food and great service. Desserts to die for, we got muffins and turnovers for our bedtime snacks. Great place to eat!
We had breakfast/lunch here and the food was disappointing and subpar, BUT the cinnamon rolls were pretty awesome. All the servers were really nice and accommodating, and I wish anyone in our party had liked their food but no one did. Did I mention the...More
Enjoyed our breakfast here, not a lot of choices in Paradise. I splurged on the Lumberjack and it was worth it. Only disappointment was the GFS jellies, home baked goods need something better.
We ate here after visiting the shipwreck museum. Our waitress (Grace) was super friendly and very efficient. We had a burger, patty melt, Reuben, and a club sandwich. All of them were great. Very busy, with limited seating. There is a tiny, unisex bathroom with...More
Wife and I visited here on 6/15/17 for lunch. Like another reviewer, I love breakfast so had the 2,2,2,2 with pancakes. Pancakes were flat and tasteless. Hash-browns looked and tasted like they'd been warmed up from the early morning crowd then new cuts put on...More