Enjoyed their coffee and Raspberry & Almond muffin - fueled my hike to Blue Lake - also loved mozarella, tomatoe sandwich and Snickerdoodle cookie on hike to Twisp Path
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You can tell this place is good because the locals were readily apparent. The morning pastries were fresh and the coffee was straight up excellent. Will certainly stop in again next time we are in the area. Can't wait to try their lunches.
Great coffee and tea for the morning crowd. The breakfast sandwiches will sell out by mid-morning, so go early. Great seating our back to enjoy the weather and the river!
Located at the end of the strip, the bakery is worth checking out. We ordered a wide selection of breakfast pastries to go. All were great. I wished I would have ordered from the varied coffee menu as well. Great place to get your morning...More
This property has the somewhat standard organic, natural antiquey feel to it that is pleasant and comfortable. Staff interaction was inconsistent with a bit of worn, tourist shop owner attitude mixed with vacant college summer job detachment with at least one friendly and engaging server....More
This should also include the word Deli as they do serve a couple breakfast items as well as sandwiches. The Bakery is about a half block from the exit of the Shafer Historical Museum. The bakery goods are more high end that your typical Safeway...More
We walked over from the Rio Vista Hotel. The food was very good and the coffee dark and fresh. Plenty of unhealthy choices and a few that were somewhat healthy. The quiche was excellent.
It was recommended that we drop into the Rockinghorse bakery by our B&B manager. No disappointments here! Great quiche. Great cinnamon buns and excellent coffee. Note that the breakfast bunwich selection is getting slim by 10 AM. Would not hesitate to return.