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Blossoms Cafe at The Blueberry Patch
Ranked #49 of 144 Restaurants in Mansfield
Cuisines: American
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Reviewed 27 April 2017

Spring is here, the day was beautiful, so we decided to drive to Mansfield for lunch at the Blueberry Patch. From the mismatched china and dining chairs this little place exudes quaint and a bit like home. I had the Monte Cristo and my friend had the quiche. We were both pleased with our meal. We each ordered a blueberry donut to go. (These are amazing donuts!) The service was excellent and we also enjoyed a look around the gift shop.

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Reviewed 31 August 2016

Very eco friendly - first place ever I had gone and they asked if we wanted a straw to help be more eco aware. Straws were not just given out - hot tea menu includes a blueberry tea. When served I was surprised to see all of our plates were varied - another eco friendly strategy I presume.

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Reviewed 7 August 2016

Passed through Mansfield on our way North East. We had just spent the day on the road and were tired and hungry. This quaint looking little cafe intrigued us and drew us in with it's locally crafted wine selections. At first, we were thrilled to have found the place and the menu selections looked great. This place got great reviews so we tried our luck. The local wines were very good and the appetizers were delicious. However, we ordered the spaghetti and our travel companions ordered a brick oven pizza. That's when the issues started. Seems that, not only were they understaffed that evening, but they also only have one pizza oven which only bakes a couple few pizzas at a time. We were not told in advance when we ordered our dinners that there was a backlog of pizza waiting to be made and that it would take quite a while for us to get our food. If we had been told, we would have made a different choice. As it turned out, it took an hour and 45 minutes for the pizza to be cooked and brought to the table and they held our spaghetti until the pizza for the other couple was ready. We found it very odd and rude of the staff not to have informed us of the problem and ask us if we wanted to wait or if the other couple wanted to make another choice. When we confronted the owner about it, he was very unapologetic and cavalier about the whole thing and rudely stated that that was just how it was there and that we had to understand. We made it quite clear to him that we had not been informed of the reason for the delay and that we, after traveling all day, expected better service of this type of restaurant establishment. Since the owner chooses not to advertise the fact that it takes a very long time to get your food at his restaurant, I feel compelled to warn other that they should be prepared to wait a very long time to get their food if they decide to dine here. The food, once it arrived, was very good, but eat a snack before you go and be prepared to wait. BTW, the local yokel on vocals our on the back patio was awful!! Owner, please find another crooner or make the gal sing all the sets and let him provide the backup!

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Reviewed 11 April 2016 via mobile

My husband and I went their on the recommendation of a colleague. Lunch was outstanding: bacon, mozzarella cheese and spinach quiche, corn casserole, broccoli and cheese soup, and blueberry muffin. The winery next door was closed but the owner still let us taste a flight of wine along with a glass of wine with our meal. Store stocked full of great stuff. Purchased a blueberry and red raspberry pie to take home along with a bottle of their blueberry wine - amazingly it wasn't too sweet.

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Reviewed 20 May 2015

I like the variety of quiches, salads, & soups. The coffee is roasted there & is excellent. They also now offer wine that is made at the 1285 Winery. The Blueberry Bliss wine is excellent!

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