Cafe in the Hills: Great Food!
Open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday - Saturday. Reservations recommended for dinner.
Here's a sampling of the dinner entrees:
Grilled Double Cut Pork Chops
Pepper Seared File Mignon
Jeff's Famous Baked Lasagna Napoli
Shrimp & Crab Mornay
Roasted Duck Melba
Southern Fried or Blackened Catfish
Also: Pizza or Calzone
You can bring your own as the owners do not have a liquor license. I'd say 80% of the diners brought in coolers (and glasses) stocked with wine and beer.
The desserts are delectable, not made on the premises but from a local well known bakery in a neighboring town. The while chocolate cake was to die for!
Favorite Dish: Shown are the broiled Maine Lobster Tails 2 - 5 oz. with lime scented rice and garden vegetables. $19.75
Cafe in the Hills: A gem of a restaurant in this little town
This little restaurant is in the center of town where the one traffic light exists. We decided to try it out after feeling sort of out of place at the Mission Inn that seemed to cater to groups and conferences. I was expecting a smoke filled bar but to my surprise it was a very crowded little family restaurant, the clientelle mostly older folks (ok I forgot I was in Florida). But the food was undeniably the biggest surprise, high quality, fresh and reasonably priced. We enjoyed it so much we came back the 2nd night of our stay.
Favorite Dish: Shown are the Maryland Tidewater Crab Cakes with mango salsa over a bed of baby greens with mandarin orange, sesame and ginger dressing. $13.75