⚠Menu is not as presented in Google maps⚠ Was looking forward to some biscuits, gravy, grits, and coffee, after moving near this spot a couple months ago. Menu looks great! Reviews sound great! But... they apparently don't serve breakfast, anymore. It's now a serviceable and comfy lunch option for the area. So, soup n sandwich it was. Loaded Baked Potato Soup was better than most, if only about 60% as hot as I'd prefer. Pretzel roll served with it was perfect; soft & chewy. Chicken Fiesta Wrap filling was tasty, but needed more zip - or less tortilla, somehow. But... then... the coffee was self serve? And not even noteworthy... that sneaking Indie Panera feeling was now complete. Cashier and food deliverer were cheery, happy, and sincere.
Great place for either quick bite or family time. The food quality is great. Interior design is cool and my favorite part is you pay for what you need. Loved their single serving sandwiches. Also their gravy is tasty.
Great one-location place to eat when avoiding chains. High quality and delicious food. Friendly service.
It has been a long time since I ate here, and I don't know that I would go back. They used to have a more extensive menu, now though, it's just salads and some sandwiches. Breakfast appears to have entirely disappeared. Old stalwarts like fish and chips, and cheeseburgers, gone. Portions have always been average to sparse (to me), my sandwich today was pretty much as I remember from the past, small portions. Probably doing what they can in a tight economy, however those sharp choices have taken away this customer.
Good, fresh food and large portions for the salad. Customer service was just ok. Update: I have visited a few more times since my initial review. Customer service has greatly improved. Food is still delicious. Must try grits! The only thing I wish they had was real half and half for the coffee. Thanks for supporting dare to care at taste of derby!
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