Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Restaurant Adventures: Brownstone Cafe

Strongman took me out for a belated birthday lunch yesterday. Since I like to try new restaurants, Strongman and I decided to try the Brownstone Cafe in Middletown, PA.

The architecture of the Brownstone building reflects its age... approximately 200 years old, and it functioned as a bank under various names for the majority of those 200 years.

More recently, it was transformed into the cafe now known as the Brownstone Cafe. Its ornate wood trim and high ceilings give a sense of elegance to the dining experience, but it is a cafe and tends to get a little loud at peak times.

The food was great and for a reasonable price. The service was efficient and the staff friendly.

If you are looking for a pleasant and casual dining experience at an affordable price, I recommend the Brownstone Cafe.

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