Owners, Pat and MaryBeth Lucchesi enjoy good food and great service, and they look forward to providing the same to each guest. After purchasing the early 1900’s home, Pat and MaryBeth spent months renovating the home to become the quaint, inviting restaurant that it is today.
With three separate dining areas, guests seated on the enclosed porch enjoy a view of the Town Square and watch for the trains to pass by. Black and white family photographs cover the walls of the “yellow room” which still displays the original hardwood floors and coal burning fireplace. It is here guests will find photographs of Mrs. Sarah Jones Houston who was raised in the home. Today, Mrs. Houston enjoys revisiting her childhood home and dining at the Cafe. With the stucco walls and rustic wood beams, the “green room” experienced the biggest transformation, yet the two original fireplaces remain. The “green room” offers a tucked away dining experience.
With seating Monday through Saturday from 11:00 AM until 9:00 PM, stop in and enjoy a late lunch or an early dinner. No reservations taken, but all guests are seated as promptly as possible. Stop by “Our House” soon!
Gift certificates and Carryout Available
Monday-Saturday 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM