Front Street Cafe
46 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 2 de 4 ·
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Brick-and-wood-accented spot with java/juice bar & garden serving locally sourced New American eats. Vegan and gluten-free friendly! Great service, great drinks, great atmosphere, lots of outdoor garden-seating.
Brick-and-wood-accented spot with java/juice bar & garden serving locally sourced New American eats.
$$ · New American 1253 N Front St. Brick-and-wood-accented spot with java/juice bar & garden serving locally sourced New American eats.
Especially good option for vegetarians and vegans. I tend to prefer breakfast or brunch over dinner, but either way this is a solid spot with an excellent patio.
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