Soups, salads, sandwiches made fresh that morning or when ordered. You can taste the difference of a homemade soup stock! Also, daily specials from European chef, Carolina. Check out her golumpkis!! Great espresso and gelato, or mix them and order a affogato. At busy times the service is a bit slow and the seating inside is limited. In summer it is not a problem because you can sit outside on the May Cafe patio. After lunch, explore Milford's main street. In its many historic buildings you will find a wild array of shops: antique shops, camping/outdoor adventure store, a 125 year old bicycle shop, and a Wicken shop. It is not uncommon to pass someone walking Main Street with a gun just purchased at the Old Milford Gun Shop. May Cafe only serves breakfast and dinner...but don't despair...if you are still in Milford for dinner...try restaurant, 20 Brix!
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