A block off main street and right next to the fire station Harlands is the place locals go for a hearty meal. With burgers, specials, salad bar, and kids offerings it is realatively inexpensive to eat here. They have local photos and items on display and some of the best home made pies around.
Favorite Dish: I like one of his locally themed hamburgers (21 to choose from) and a salad bar. Rarely room for dessert but give it a shot! They serve breakfast anytime.
Address: Pearl St and Crafton St
Directions: One block behind Wild Asaph Outfitters and the book store. Check out the huge fire station next door!
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A Bagel place with a twist. They open at 0600 and close at 1600. A ton of different types of bagels and sandwiches. They are eco friendly and upscale. Everything, even the bake goods are made there. You can have a "Grand Canyon" or a Wynken, Blynken, & Nod sandwich. It's usually packed at lunch but never a long wait for your food.
Favorite Dish: Bagel Chips are my favorite side order, along with a choc brownie with peanut butter icing!
I enjoy a local themed sandwich or just tuna with a juice or soda.
Address: 1 Central Ave
Directions: Near the back of the court house on Central Ave. If you eat there go for a walk infront of the courthouse and past the Historical Society to see the Lincoln Door. (Ask someone).