Posted on Nov 27, 2020
Hours were updated.
- Bethany ZWe found this gorgeous little spot after hiking White Oak Canyon. Location: so picturesque, picnic tables by a babbling brook (no indoor seating currently, but the bathrooms are available to use), and they have individual seat heaters they will bring out for you after you pick your seats! In the middle of November, with the sun shining and our seat heaters on, it was lovely. Options are limited out that way, and finding this was such a joy. Food: they offer an impressive (mid-range prices) selection featuring a variety of sandwiches, but also including more unique fare like cauliflower pizza and panang curry (which is what I chose). Their drink menu was varied, and included a variety of teas (which was nice for me, since I don’t drink coffee), I got the English breakfast and they brought out a generous (16 or 18 oz) mug, with loose leaf tea, including a straining basket and a topper for steeping, local fresh honey and milk (by request). I typically won’t try Thai food if it’s not ...
- Benjamin COff the Grid features an unique combination of something for everyone: although I would have liked to try their hemp flower tea I had coffee instead; it was great. The coffee was roasted nearby and based on local rumors the coffee beans may go on sale here too? Aside from coffee I also highly recommend the nicely Xmas-wrapped bird seeds and the dried habanero peppers which come in the form of a child's necklace ($6). Consider this stop over mandatory for all friends and sky line pilots.
- Michael LMy wife and I stopped here on our way to Skyline Drive. Our sandwiches were delicious! They have free range eggs and fruits and vegetables from their farm. Everything was so fresh and the seating area out back by the river was so relaxing. We will definitely be coming back!