Café Le Jardin Secret
8 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 2 de 4 ·
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A relaxed restaurant In the heart of Historic Old Town Occoquan. Unique meals made from scratch. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available. In warm weather, the outdoor patio is a wonderful venue.
The food is always yummy! Great sandwiches and salads. Generous portions and great service.
This café is located in the heart of Historic Old Town Occoquan. Built in 1840. It was a home to many families over the years until it was finally sold and converted into a café. From the road, you can’t tell that it is a café. There is a stairs that lead up to the café, so make sure you find the…
Must be on your itinerary before leaving the area!! Unique dining in Old Town Occoquan. The flavors shock you as you wonder why your taste buds have been sleeping thus far.
Tucked away within a secluded garden, this is one of my favorite food spots. Make reservations for brunch because this place is usually pretty busy. The French toast is a favorite of our family’s!
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