This was our first trip to Crossroads Cafe. My husband and I met a friend there for breakfast and good conversation. This is a "farmer cafe", most of the clientele appears to be locals, common working class folks that love to linger over food without breaking the budget.
We wanted good food that was fairly priced and time to linger long enough to have a meaningful conversation. This was a great place for all of those things. This is not fast food, nor do they hover over you hoping you will leave soon. Sit and enjoy.
Our orders were accurate. The restaurant was very busy and orders were filled in the order in which they were placed. There is one waitress.
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