Love this place. I great find while we were spending time at Jonathan Dickenson State Park. Friendly staff, awesome cozy atmosphere, great food!
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The very personable owner will do everything to make your morning experience memorable. Our favorite (and we are there at least twice a week in the winter) is the "Volcano" (an explanation of it's ingredients would be an injustice, so my advice is to just...More
not a very clean place, though local the owner is touchy, & there is a constant turn over in waitresses. sometimes an inspired menu, but overall just so-so.
Stopped in here mid Saturday morning. Sat with my 6 pack family at the counter stool area. The service was exceptionally quick & friendly. The kids loved the hot cocoa! Most of us ordered the 1,2,3 express breakfast for $6.95. Your choice of the plate...More
Absolutely one of the best pressed Cuban sandwiches ever (it was the special of the day). This is a small café with a local appeal and for good reason -- the food is really good!
This small cafe is one of Tequesta's best kept secrets! I'm not going to say anything more as I want to keep this place for myself!!!!
Stopped in for a quick lunch - the place was jumping! Fast service - the food did take a little while but definitely worth the wait (wasn't really long at all - we were actually amazed at the speed others got food and take out)....More
The Cypress Cafe is a quante neighborhood eatery. The offerings are home made and delicious. I stop in about once a month and the friendly waitresses take my breakfast order as I listen to the local squack. A nice, friendly little hole in the wall.
Really great tuna steak with cold slaw and fresh grilled veggies! Hubby had a delicious grilled dolphin (fish) Cesar salad with home croutons. We tasted their homemade cinnamon raisin toast that was as good as Mom used to make! Might start dinners soon, right now...More