I've been here a number of times. Always crowded. During the summer months there is an adorable, outdoor patio. Food is delicious. They serve a peach iced tea that is the best. Fresh desserts everyday. Try the fruit cobbler a la mode!
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The cutest little book store and lunch place. You can walk all the little nooks and crannies of the book store while waiting to be seated. Lunch is yummy. The soups are all homemade and different every day. They are noted for their Apricot Chicken...More
We were so looking forward to having breakfast with friends that we don't get to see that often. Heard that Town House Books and Cafe was cute, quaint and good but it just lived up to the first two adjectives. Cafe is located in quaint...More
Adore this place! Have had many a breakfast and lunch here. Staff are wonderful, food is delicious and there's such a wide variety to chose from. If it's busy when you arrive, just put your name down and browse the bookstore. You'll feel so relaxed...More
We've eaten here many times over the last couple of years, but I've never taken the time to write a review. We've always been very happy with the food and service. Great selection. Not your typical, boring breakfast or lunch fare, but not weird either....More
Located in an historic part of downtown St. Charles, Town House Books and Café is a throwback to a pleasant small-town era (it refers to itself as a London or Paris-like literary café). The daily breakfast and lunch menu favors lunch (though Sunday brunch looks...More
This unique little cafe with charming brick patio has an attached bookstore which is housed in an historical old house has consistently delicious food especially their soups. They will even put me on their call list when my favorite soups, lentil or three bean, are...More
Don't miss this quaint cafe with attached book shop. It's charming and cozy and the food is wonderful! Interesting menu with yummy sandwiches, quiches and homemade soups. Oh, and don't forget to try the delicious desserts including a rhubarb & berry warm tart.
A quaint spot to grab a nice breakfast or lunch. Many tea options along with expresso, and desserts. The dessert is usually a cobbler or fruit crumble. Being a meat and potatoes guy I found it interesting I prefer their salad over sandwiches. The signature...More