The Chef on the weekends is a blast, food and entertainment. Good quality made fresh and great coffee
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Have not eaten here in awhile and understand they have changed management. The last time I ate there the bread was home baked and sandwiches were great.
Recently my wife and her extended family had Sunday Brunch (the only day it is served) at the Ugly Mug. There is a flat charge of $10 for all you can eat which includes all your breakfast favorites with omelets made to order along with...More
Ate here for lunch with my family. Had soup and sandwich lunch special. Nothing special. Service was good. The problem I had was the place was dirty! The straws were out in the open on the table and not sanitary. The bathrooms were filthy! Will...More
We have visited the Ugly Mugg every time we travel to this location; we fell in love with it the first few times we visited for lunch so decided to try breakfast. We will not return for breakfast in the future. Our waitress didn't even...More
I had breakfast there and it was awesome I loved it, Ugly Mug has Delicious food, Welcoming atmosphere, Great menu selection and affordable prices.
The Ugly Mugg has a lunch special each day. The day we were there it was chicken and dumplings. They have several "named" sandwiches that appear to be their claim to fame. I had the United Nations which was sort of a smorgasbord in a...More
I had breakfast there before a day of skiing. Delicious food, great service & menu selection. Great atmosphere, affordable prices
Looking to support small business enterprises, I chose Ugly Mug for a quick morning bite to eat and coffee. The egg sandwich featured tasty ham and the black coffee was stout, as I prefer. The interior is roomy with table seatings or couches are available,...More
A great place to stop and get a cup of coffee. The sandwiches are really good and the breakfast is worth a try too. Overall this is a wonderful addition to this little town. PS the cupcakes are YUMMY too