The coffee is awesome. Same for the gelato. It's very kid friendly and a cool, laid-back atmosphere!
Each Friday evening throughout the summer of 2013 Cathi creates a menu based on Mexican cuisine using all local, farm-fresh ingredients. I personally am not a big fan of Mexican food.. either too spicy or too heavy. This meal was neither. Six of us dined here in late July and every one of us enjoyed their meal. By far the... More
Most of the reviews here are talking about the bakery which is next door to the old New England house where Cathi serves her "Gentle Dining" set menus for 12 Saturday nights, January through March. Each Saturday has its own theme - this year, Cathi is taking us to all the provinces of Italy, one at a time. Last night... More
For breakfast, enjoyed home made bagels and pastries, nice atmosphere, on the organic, fair trade side. Felt very good, staff was friendly. Will make it our breakfast place for our skiing weekend.
Had a guest coming into town, while I was here for an extended stay. Thought I would support the local bakery. I was dissappointed by the inside, most of the shelves were empty and it was only mid-morning. The pumpkin bread was ok, but had chunks of baking soda throughout, so not a well mixed batter, the zucchini bread tasted... More
This was our second lunch here, and what a treat. Great food, good service in a charming little place. We will make a point of eating there again when we next visitharming Bethel.
I had the pleasure of coming to the quaint town of Bethel over the 4th of July holiday and enjoying a truly unique dining experience with Cathi DiCocco. Our group of 8 sipped on her homemade ginger beer while listening to fascinating stories of her time in Jamaica with the Peace Corps. We then helped prep our vegetarian Jamaican meal... More
nice & quaint place to stop foe home made hot cider
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