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“perfect lunch stop”
Review of Oven Spoonful - CLOSED

Oven Spoonful
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed 16 September 2014

The shop is really cute with lots of artwork on the walls (specifically they are unique portrait paintings made my a local artist using photographs). You order in the side room, where there's a short, regular menu on the wall and much more to choose from in the deli counter. We had a slice of gourmet pizza and a slice of quiche. Both were really yummy. I thought it was a nice touch that the water was served in cute mason jar glasses. You can get everything to-go or eat at the cute tables and chairs in the front of the dining area. There's also a cozier area in the back with couches, etc. The breakfast menu looked really good, but we were only there for lunch.

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Thank StillDreaming11
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Reviewed 17 August 2014

We were wandering the downtown area of Port Angeles and stopped in for a cup of coffee. The cinnamon rolls were fresh out of the oven and smelled so good I had to try one. It may have been the best cinnamon roll I've ever tasted! It had small bits of apple rolled into the layers with the cinnamon, the quiche and sandwiches looked delicious as well. The coffee was good, not the best ever, but I could overlook that since the cinnamon roll had all of my attention. The place has a great decor and a hip feel, service was good as well.

Thank yogalisa
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

In addition to a few standard offerings, this bakery and sandwich shop features new daily quiches and baked goods. We stopped in on our way out of town, and enjoyed both their standard options (breakfast tortilla, biscuits and gravy) as well as their daily quiche, and lovely scones. The lunch options looked wonderful as well, but we were on our way too soon to enjoy. The waitstaff were friendly and helpful, even though we walked in moments after they opened with a big sized group. The eating area was comfortable and friendly, clearly what would be a nice gathering place at busier times of day, with table seating as well as couches and comfy chairs in a more loungy area.

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Thank Lisagw
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Reviewed 5 July 2014

Downtown. Easy parking. Great service, very helpful person behind the counter. The food was very fresh. Had a delicious berry scone. Also had the fresh quiche. Server offered to heat both and the food was great. Harpist playing, live, in the back area. Definitely a good place to eat. Conscious efforts being made to stay local as far as food source and contemporary delivery of such.

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Thank Kargro
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

Stopped in for breakfast on our way through town. The restaurant is cleverly decorated and very clean. The woman working the counter was super friendly. Biscuits and gravy rocked, savory scone was delicious, and the coffee was great.

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Thank Lisa H
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