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We regret to report that Bistro Thyme has closed. ;;Chef Sander Edmundson serves upscale comfort food in a pleasant interior. Keep an eye out for the crab cakes and meatloaf.
With its moderately priced steaks and delicious Cajun/Creole dishes, Bourbon St. Cafe will entice you to make it a regular culinary stop.
Cucumber sandwiches on trimmed white bread? Not here! The garden is charming, but this is no longer the habitue of ladies who lunch. The grilled chicken boursin with wilted spinach and proscuitto was good, but we gobbled up the house-made lemon-pepper potato chips.
The best coffeehouse is Candlelight Coffeehouse, which stands out not only for its divine java, but also for its couches, cats, and wine. Its only drawback is that it doesn't open until 4 p.m., which in coffee terms, is about the time to drink decaf unless it's the weekend. On the other hand, it's the perfect time for wine.
This cafe featuring home-style food has been around since the late '30s. Country and Tex-Mex dishes are both a part of the menu.
Hand-cut and handmade donuts, cinnamon rolls, twists, and both savory and sweet kolaches.;;Seasonal flavors;;Kolaches-of-the-day on weekends;;Baker made the best donuts while in the Highland Lakes Area according to readers of "The Picayune."
Efrain Gutierrez Taller houses video production, art exhibits, film screenings and a café.
Hilly also does more than passable pasta, the dish of shrimp in lemon-caper sauce over angel hair being a briny/buttery success, and the baked penne with mini meatballs and four cheeses delicate beyond expectations. Desserts are made “for us but not by us,” yet the ubiquitous tres leches was appealingly moist and well-flavored, so the source is apparently a good one.
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