When this cafe first opened it Was a breath of fresh air. Great food lovely eating experience. It quickly became our favorite lunch spot for ourselves and to bring guests. Sadly, over time the quality has gone downhill
Food is not hot and the sandwiches come out greasy. We tried brunch last Sunday again confirming our cold greasy experience. We probably wont be returning anytime soon
We are a large group (15-25 people) and like to visit different places on Friday evenings. The dinner menu on Fridays has no inexpensive options for dining other than soup. Some in our group eat before or just do not eat. In early 2010 I had the lamb dinner for $25. Not a bad price for lamb but the flavor was off. I asked about it and the waiter said it was fresh and brushed me off. I only had half my serving and left the rest as I was worried about it. We have been a few times and they just seem nonchalant about their service and business. We try to support our local businesses, but they should work with customers.
Update: I have emailed the restaurant twice and have had no response to my emails.The do have some other, less expensive dining options now as of Mid 2011.
We had a marriage blessed and then went to Log Cabin Cafe for a family luncheon. The food was fresh - delicious. EVERY ONE of our guest enjoyed their meal. The owners of Log Cabin Cafe also do
banquents under Sierra Banquet - same out fit!
We ate on the patio ( the inside of the cabin is very sweet). They also have a full bar.
Room up stairs for meetings or receptions).
Very quiet and peaceful; the landscape and scenery lovely.
Has an area for weddings and the Owner, Nick, is most accomodating.
We will definitely be eating there again!
Delightful..Wonderful rustic atmosphere..magnificant stone fireplaces, beautiful scenery, friendly, helpful staff, and most important very good food with a nice variety of choices. Be sure to save room for their special Carrot Cake.