We had lunch at this charming cafe while traveling the Arts & Craft Loop. The cafe really distinguishes itself with an interesting menu that puts new twist on old favorites. After seeing mostly barbecue and chain restaurants around town, it was refreshing to find a place that offers homemade soups and salads, quiche, and unexpected sandwiches like a Philly cheesesteak and a Cuban sandwich. The owner, Duane, is extremely friendly and has a great sense of humor; he really seems to enjoy chatting with his guests. He is also passionate about food and committed to using fresh, simple ingredients. As a result, the food seems relatively healthy. I was told that my Hungarian mushroom soup consisted primarily of mushrooms and only had a touch of milk in it - I was amazed by how much flavor Duane was able to elicit from a few simple ingredients. There also appear to be a number of options for vegetarians (such as a beans of the day special served with cornbread) - which seems to be unusual in the pork-obsessed culture in the area, We had chef's salads which were topped with generous amounts of lean ham and turkey; the ingredients were all very fresh and I was impressed that my honey mustard dressing appeared to be homemade. A side order of potato salad was very good as well. For dessert we sampled the chocolate crusted peanut butter pie and banana chocolate chip bundt cake with cream cheese icing. The cake in particular was amazing - extremely moist and served warm, which gave it a real comforting quality. I highly recommend you check this hidden gem out!