We stopped here after reading on the web that they support various missionaries/mission projects with a portion of their proceeds. That wasn’t clear in the actual coffee shop, other than they had a picture of a missionary couple but nothing saying this is who they were donating to this month. We asked at the counter but the person on the cash register had no clue about what went on around there. I am sure they do support good projects but that should be clear and the employees should certainly be informed and pass that info on to the customers. They make really good coffee, the baked goods are unbelievable and such a good variety. We shared a cinnamon roll and oh my, it was unlike any I had had before. Sort of caramel, cinnamon roll combination. It was so good. The variety and just the look of the quiches will make your mouth water. I wish I had had time to try a slice of the quiche. If we lived there, I would try a new one every time I went in. There are a few places to sit and visit. It seems sort of confusing, but I am not sure why, but don’t let that stop you. The smoothies were made with fruit the sign said, but then we were told they were out of the powder…? The green tea smoothie is made with a white powder…? That was the confusing part. They had scones in varieties that we had never had before so bought some for the road and they were delicious. They had bread and rolls there that I assume are made there and they looked very good too. Stop by! You will want to visit again and again!
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