Simply named for what they are, the only thing that might catch you off guard is the delicious food! Located in a little country village with fire engine red buildings, boutique stores carrying tin plates and home made candles and live ducks and roosters wondering around the grounds, you would think you stepped out of reality and onto a movie set for a western flick.
The Country Cafe is the comfortable solution for a grumbling stomach and picky eaters. Ambiance leaves little to the imagination with bare walls and tables sprawled around to fit as many families as possible, leaving the whole restaurant to be an empty canvas for showcasing the country fare.
Breakfast is served all day, and lunch begins at noon. I highly recommend the Country Scramble (which is available in a half serving). Filled with fresh vegetables and sweet sausage, pair with country potatoes and a home made biscuit with raspberry jam and you will feel right at home. For the sweet tooth, grab a apple filled crepe sprinkled with powdered sugar, or pancakes: plain, with blueberries or with chocolate chips!
Whether you are on the road looking for a quick bite to eat or have a group full of picky eaters, the Country Cafe will serve your appetite to the fullest extent and leave you feeling like you just visited Grandma's house, with out the clean up.
Pros: ""home-cooked"" meals, fresh ingredients
Cons: slow service, plain atmosphere