Most come for the scratch-made pound cake and scones, only to end up ordering the biscuit and sausage gravy plate ($7.75). At this cozy cafe housed in a 100-year-old building, the menu is modest in size but chock-full of seasonal ingredients and a boozy breakfast beverage list as formidable as any diner's. $.
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