Nestled on a quiet street situated close to a residential neighborhood (from what I could see behind the parking lot of the building where the car I arrived in was parked), the Dairy Lane Cafe was our choice for an impromptu lunch just ahead of the madness which is the start of Stampede. As such, I was quite surprised to find a packed inside seating area, as well as all the available spots... more
The patio tables and chairs have already been put away for winter, but that didn't stop us from enjoying coffee and tea outside at Dairy Lane Cafe while soaking up some sun.
But while it was nice to take advantage of a seasonably warm morning, there was one minor drawback.
We were outside not because we just can't get enough... more
The service here is always good, right attitude, respectful and patient. Good food too
Full disclosure. I'm not a brunch person. I usually sleep in on weekends. And I don't like lines. Whew, now that I've gotten that off my back, let's get this review started.
I came here on a Saturday morning around 9:45AM aka prime time for brunch with two other friends. I was expecting the typical 30 min - 1 hour wait before getting seated, but lo and behold, we were seated within 20 minutes.... more
I was looking for a new breakfast restaurant to go to and this popped up as one of the top spots in the area. I have to admit, I wasn't disappointed! This cute, little cafe is the perfect spot for your Morning breakfast with friends. So far I have only tried the Bene-which I modified to back bacon and avocado instead of tomato, which I would highly recommend. The service is quick and friendly,... more
A quaint mom-and-pop operation that first opened its doors in 1950. The menu maintains old standards such as omelettes and hot cereal, but is refreshingly modern. We recommend the stuffed French toast with cinnamon cream cheese and field berry compote. Entrees: $$