The Bride and I took a mini stay-cation several weeks ago to reconnect with each other after a very challenging season of life. Since neither of us felt much like cooking we ate out most meals. What we discovered was once we slowed down we were able to find hidden treasures in our own backyard. Here is one of them.
The first was an old shoe repair shop that was transformed into a small Cafe’. The owners honored the past, even while serving those of us in the here and now, by displaying some of the shops history and story with its customers.
The menu for breakfast was simple and reasonably priced. The Bride and I each ordered the Breakfast Platter with eggs done our way. We shared a full order of Biscuits and Gravy as well. We had water and coffee with our meal. The coffee was hot and fresh and our waitress was on top of the refills. Though I cannot remember how much the Biscuits and gravy were, the Breakfast Platter was $4.99 plus tax. The servers and the cooking staff were very friendly and did their profession proud.
As we sat there and drank in of the history place I noticed paintings and other art work hanging on the wall. Since the business is locally owned it has the flexibility to support other local interests. One of those interests it turns out is to support local artists. The Bride and I love our local artists and we are glad others do as well.
This was just a peek into what was a wonderful experience for us but I hope you enjoyed it half as much as we did.