This little out-of-the-way cafe is one of the most popular places to eat in town. The building is light and airy with a friendly atmosphere. You do ... More
Vic's Daily Cafe
This little out-of-the-way cafe is one of the most popular places to eat in town. The building is light and airy with a friendly atmosphere. You do not have to bring a lot of money, but do bring a big appetite. Breakfast consists of coffee shop food like eggs, pancakes and bacon, but if you want something a little more special, try the pecan French toast. The lunch menu includes everything from New Mexican food, sandwiches and burgers to diner style meatloaf with mushroom gravy.
I found a bug in my food and asked to speak to the owner immediately and could not believe how rude this person Vic was to us.I was stunned on how unprofessional the owner was based on the situation. I have reported to the dept. of health and it sounds like this is not the first complaint he has had. I would not recommend!! It was a horrible ad disgusting experience.
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