We were brought here by family and loved the place. You can tell there is a lot of love in the place which translates into the food. Salads were a hit. My daughter gobbled up her egg sarnie. Can't wait to go back.
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Passing through and using the IExit app I looked for places to eat. This sounded much better than a fast food stop. Really cool building both from the outside and the woodwork on the interior is stunning. Greeted immediately and seated, not too busy today...More
This place is pretty inside..lots of rustic wood around, murals on the walls...quiet and tasteful . The time involved in these ADK style seating areas must have been quite something. We like to sit in the uupper seating where you can see the whole p;lace....More
This is an interesting (religious based) small chain, found in several collegetowns, which prides itself on healthy, high quality, homemade cusine; such as daily made soups and breads, etc. The atmosphere is relaxed, but interesting and a wood workers dream with varied woods used in...More
Ive tried every item on the menu and have never been disappointed! Service is great kind of slow, but so nice! The foods pretty and amazing! You can never go wrong with a soup, chili, sandwich, or waffle! The banana bread is 10/10!
We stopped on Sunday at 12:30 pm (they open at noon) and there was a 30 minute wait. Because we had an appointment, we didn't stay, but returned for lunch on Monday. It seems that this is a highly popular gathering place in the college...More
Esoteric interlude open 24/6 with better than average fare and prices. Soups always good as are the sandwiches. Good place for conversation and grub. If you're an amateur radio operator you'll be in good company as several employees at Yellow are. Parking handy.