We came in (2 adults 1 kid) on a late Saturday morning. It took 10-15 mins to be seated outside when there were plenty of open tables outside and inside (wait to sit inside was just as long). After she got our drink and food...More
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In a cute town, in a charming building, with cozy interiors and a great porch: First impression was a very positive one. Luckily, everything lived up to our expectations. Friendly, attentive service. Great coffee! We had to wait a little while for our son to...More
Place is really cute & staff excellent but they should use the rooms upstairs during busy times. We waited 20 minutes for a drafty table next to a door. Felt better after I drank my hot caramel apple cider & ate my yummy ham &...More
This is a casual restaurant that is as good and unique as the title. I took my family with four young kids. We ate outside in the patio on a nice evening. Great Tomato Pie and Spinach and Basil Flatbread. Kids meals were reasonable priced...More
Small cafe with indoor and outdoor patio seating. Excellent and varied menu with attentive service. We went for lunch. Our orders included the cob salad, the tomato pie with fresh green salad and herbed scone, and the cilantro lime quinoa bowl with scone. All items...More
We love this place!!! Anytime we're in the area, this is where we go. The tomato pie is incredible, it comes with greens that you sprinkle with, "Olio" , lemon balsamic, and the scone is just fantastic. They bring your water in a great water...More
Best tomato pie ever, chunks of fresh ripe summer tomato, with a crispy and gooey underneath cheese topping, served warm with rosemary hash browns ... a great way to start a Sunday morning... or any morning really.
Stopped for a quick lunch in Lititz and enjoyed a wonderful curry chicken salad and bowl of Santa Fe corn chowder. However, many folks who were probably regulars ordered the tomato pie which looked yummy. Very reasonably priced.
Service was fine, spouse got the hummus plate with a tasteless scone type bread. Hummus was fine. I opted for the tomato pie, which would have been lovely, except someone put about a teaspoon of dried thyme into a standard slice of pie & it...More