Carrie is caring and the community has benefited from her giving heart. As well as tasty and healthy meals and treats. Great staff!
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Great food....as a local, it is a favorite spot for lunch with friends. Menus is limited to already made sandwiches for which you can add soup or salad,which are great. Have super desserts. Had dinner only once but it was best rockfish I ever had!...More
Excellent breakfast and dinner. Bakery is amazing as well. Highly recommend. Quaint little restaurant with phenomenal service.
This local gem is the place to go for quality coffee, cocoa, baked goods, hearty soups and delicious dinners. Organic and homemade comes to mind when I think of the fare served here. and they make it a point to have gluten free items available....More
With fabulous memories of past dining experiences, I eagerly anticipated breakfast on my latest visit to Homer. My cappuccino was perfect; I had asked for semi dry and received exactly that. The pastry, a raspberry danish, was also....perfect. The vegetable quiche? Tepid and boring. Undaunted,...More
This cafe is well worth the wait..or go early..The food is fantastic and the baked goods tempting. We visited this cafe for coffee and a treat of the day and for full breakfast meals. The waitstaff is friendly and energetic. Loved this place..
Made an attempt twice, impossible to get reservation,when we went in saw many of the tables empty. However they said there was no place. And we could do a takeout. But what was available was limited. We walked out and were so happywe found fat...More
Who can resist a fresh baked warm sticky bun? Two Sister's makes the best. We purchased a loaf of their walnut pesto bread and make some great grilled sandwiches at home. Their cinnamon swirl bread makes to die for french toast.