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Traveling, Cooking, Reading, and Trains

[Rick] I guess I’ll be the first to comment on this one. I thought the place was charming. Located on NW 17th, it’s just a small restaurant that seemed to be frequented by the locals. I got the impression most of the clientele was familiar with the surroundings and the people that worked there. Nothing fancy, but very homey and comfortable.

My first cup of decaf was fresh brewed, which meant a short wait, but it was worth it. And it was kept hot. Most of the entrees include a scone. Mine didn’t, but she brought me one anyway since I was the only one of us who wouldn’t get one. Nice touch. I had the cinnimon scone, while everyone else had the cranberry-orange. It was great! I ordered the Emanon Burrito, which was enjoyable. It had cheese, mushrooms, spinach, green onions (I think) and eggs. It tasted good and I got filled up after only half of it.

I’ll give it ***. There were a couple of other things on the menu that I’d like to try, and of course, I’d like another scone!

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