Several years ago, in my homeschool-mom life, Cheryl and I bonded in history class while teaching. It's been two years since I retired. My girls are in college now and I miss all my old friends... Sniff. But, I'm okay.
It is located behind 37th At Abercorn Antiques. The cafe is the property's former carriage house and has a scant eight tables.
The salad is comprised of mixed greens, wild arugula, dried cherries and sprinkled with decadent candied pistachios. A baked crostini with a dollop of melted goat cheese was nestled in the center of my salad like a jaunty beret perched atop a Frenchman's head.
The menu, while decidedly French features diverse choices. The ladies lunching next to us settled in with their own tiny, oval crocks of French onion soup... I was slightly jealous.
here for a look at their website.