Tiny gem downtown with terrific fresh, creative food. Incredible bagels, best Cobb salad in town, homemade breads. Locals' favorite.
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Located in a pretty historic location near the train depot you will find a hidden gym. The space is very small, and I am often impressed at how they are even able to prepare the meals. Bagels are really good, and they have plenty of...More
Coming from New Jersey, it's hard to impress me with bagels from anywhere else. I was doubtful with steamed bagels (rather than boiled) but the owner said I wouldn't be disappointed. These are good, but not too genuine on the New York scale. As my...More
Just the local gem you hope to find when out of town! Quaint quirky little diner with good food, character and charm. The vintage grill is well-seasoned!!!!! A step back in time! I usually order the menu item that's specific to the place. Had the...More
Small diner with a reputation that we hoped would be justified by our visit. We probably didn't order the best things on the menu. The hash and french toast looked pretty good to the eye, but the line to order and overall service was moving...More
We came upon this little gem while out riding our bicycles on the Long Leaf Trace. What a wonderful surprise!! The California omelet was fantastic, the cinnamon raisin bagel was great, and the latte was just what I needed! we will definitely be back next...More
We eat here when I work over nights and in the morning I don't quite feel like breakfast. Location looks unkept, mismatched, and it's in an area where trains switch tracks. This seems to be part of their theme so it's ok for me. They...More