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Since opening in July of 2016 this


restaurant has only gotten better. Consistent effort to keep customers happy along with high quality food is the daily goal. Open seven days of the week, all year ‘round, there is no need to worry if they are open. They are open. Hours are 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Saturday and 9:00am- 4:00pm on Sunday. These hours make it easy to stop in daily, even if it is just for a quick coffee. The seating options sprawl through the


space. The main cafe area which is close to the kitchen includes booths, tables, and high tops. Across from those seating options is a large set of sofas surrounding a significant coffee table with room to spread out. This is the perfect place to grab a cup of coffee, read through the newspaper, or catch up with a friend. There are two areas with large tables, so big groups can always be accommodated (reservations requested, please). And everywhere there are interesting items to catch your eye if you are inclined to browse or perhaps shop. If you have a group that wants to get together for a meal,


the café has room for groups up to 24, provided you call in advance to make reservations and work through details. It is a wonderful option for a family get together, maybe a bridal shower or a birthday party, a church group sharing a meal after the service, or even a book club meeting. Start your day


with one of the coffee options you find here. From mild to medium, bold to Hawaiian, you will find something that suits your morning needs. Just recently, cappuccino and latte have been added to the menu for those who would prefer their java a bit jazzed up. The bagel and lox offering is one that says New York flavor is right here on the “Neck” and is very popular. Then again, you may find that one of the specialty muffins baked fresh by Sam, the cafe’s cook and baker, are more to your liking. Keep in mind there are also fresh-baked cinnamon buns, homemade bread pudding and real Key lime pie. Well, maybe not all these are for breakfast, but you never know. The cafe takes advantage of local produce and


our seafood heritage. On the menu are offerings that include vegetables from nearby farm stands


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