Small Organic Cafes
September 23, 2013
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English: “Town’s End Farm” technically just outside of West Chester, Pennsylvania, but not really anymore. Built by Wm. Townsend in 1806 in the Federal style and later expanded. Name is of course a double entendre. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Over the weekend we visited “Roots Café and Garden” in West Chester, PA. The food was great. I had a sandwich on whole wheat of sprouts, avocado, tomato, cucumber and a little cream cheese. It was refreshing and delicious. We enjoy finding small places that cater to organic food and home-made recipes. No packaged goods! We then walked around West Chester a great small college town. There are plenty of restaurants and even a store that sells Italian gelato. It makes a Sunday enjoyable.