THE HISTORIC CLOCKTOWER BUILDING When you gaze down West Beverley Street, Staunton’s cherished town clock is the first architectural gem to draw the eye. In 1890, leading architect S.W. Foulke designed the clock tower in the Richardsonian Romanesque style to house the YMCA. Later in 1916, renowned architect T.J. Collins remodeled the building in Queen Anne style with four-bayed arch windows in a facade featuring elaborate brickwork and ornamental turrets.
A whole menu of inviting Eats was born from the owners’ own stories. Freshly made breakfast with its own local following and the mac & cheese bowl, so popular at aa local festival the bowl is now featured on our menu. The Sweets also tempt you with an array of freshly baked desserts in our bakery case, including Key Lime Cake, Eclairs, and Philly Sticky Buns. Lynda and Mike hope you feel relaxed and a part of their family in a town they call home and in a building that has its own history.
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