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  • Great specialty sandwiches, salads and soups.
    The Friday night menu includes steaks, prime rib, salmon and chicken. A small but good selection of beers and wines.
    P. Samuels,
  • My girlfriend and I are currently staying at The Quilter’s Inn, which is a bed & breakfast not far from the Java Café. We found the Java Café by accident yesterday. We drove into town with a plan of walking around the park and then looking for a place to eat lunch. So, I guess it wasn’t completely by accident. Anyway, the Java Café is located right across from the park, so it made for an easy choice. We weren’t sure what to expect, but we were both pleasantly surprised. The specialty sandwiches were just as tasty as they sounded on the menu. We each had one and I also added soup. I always have to have soup with lunch when I eat a sandwich for some reason. In this case, I’m happy about having that habit – the soup was also very good. From what I found out while there, they also offer steak, prime rib, and chicken at night. It’s probably all very good if you’re looking for a nice little quiet place, especially if you’re looking for a romantic night out. However, I wouldn’t bring the kids there at night. Just doesn’t seem like it would be a good fit. Bottom Line- the Java Café uses fresh ingredients, which leads to excellent food. The service is also very personable.

    The Kleins,
  • I love the “Java Café”. I was an active chef for over 27 years and I must say that I am impressed with Jim and Linda’s Java Café menu. It was not the “same ole, same ole” and I always found something tasty to dine on. The fact that they do catering too makes me smile knowing that I can depend on them for my next party.

    Ogden McGahan,