I ate here with my mom and sister on Jan 23, 2009. From the moment you walk through the door, you feel at home. A gentleman named Carl welcomed us as we walked through the door and asked if we had ever been there before. He then proceeded to give us a tour of the restaurant. The downstairs is a terracotta color and he walked us up a winding staircast to the upstairs to show us the room for private parties and/or overflow when crowded. We chose our table (anywhere we wanted) and he told us that his daughter Jada would be taking care of us. We ordered the 'Sweetheart Tea' (a tea with a blend of strawberry and chocolate flavors) and each got a sandwich. I got a tomato bisque soup and my mom got a salad as well. From tea to sandwich it was a hit. Food was excellent, atmosphere off the charts and the service was fabulous. It's nice to see such a cute local business that is family owned. I will definately be back!