There are so few restaurants on this list so many of them mean so much to me - I have fond memories at all of them. This was a good place to go with friends in college, not just to eat, but to have a quiet conversation with a few friends.
I'm really sorry to hear about this place. My wife and I have been there many times over the years and enjoyed the changes they've made, from the original owner who was friendly and hospitable. Many times we've arrived there in the evening and watched as the sun begins to set behind the trees in the night and the lights pop on in the surrounding neighborhood. The place still carries that charm of those early days. I hope those changes will keep rolling in so we can enjoy it for some time to come.
This was a great place to hang out. Lots of space, nice and cheery. I remember my mom dragging me along whenever she drove through the city. I think it was right when she and dad split up. Maybe my early food memories I got in her car are from this place.
Oh no! Hope they find something else to keep it going. Stop by while you're in town. I like it there. Lots of fish and chips, as my dad would say. I was never fond of the salad sandwiches and truly appreciate the creative house-made desserts.
I used to love Grace Place. My mom would drive me there after choir practice and when I got hungry she would get me a fish and chips over fried chicken and gravy. I got all of my cooking classes at Grace and many a great friend was made there. It was across the street from Fu-dren's Cafe and they would scrimmage in the driveway while I returned chops at the counter. d2c66b5586