Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Galley


A great place to eat lunch or to buy fresh veggies and fruit.

12 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

They are open and ready to serve you. MB

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Speaking of snow in Cedar Key.

I think your snow will be a kind of lifetime novelty all the way down there. Around here it is a pain in the ass and a nuisance. Schools close. Lots of overtime pay to clean off roads. Businesses go broke because people don't go out and buy things.

Maybe you guys will luck out when the next Ice Age strikes.

Meanwhile, this looks like a place to eat something big. It would take something "really" big to fill those big tables.

brattcat said...

I think I could easily become a regular here.

Cezar and Léia said...

This place seems really nice, also I liked that dog, it means they like animal as well, so that...people there for sure is kind! :)
Hugs
Léia

Rose said...

I love how there are so many colorful buildings down there. This looks like our kind of place!

Hilda said...

Looks very home-y, comfortable and welcoming to me. I like it!

Lois said...

Looks like the dog is enjoying it too!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

This looks like the kind of place my great-aunt took photos of in the 1940s and 50s when she was in Florida. Still hanging in there!

JM said...

I like all the wood.

Mirela said...

I have to admit the place doesn't look very inviting, but then again, neither did my favorite burger place in Seattle... and their burgers were to die for :). What kind of food do they prepare?

Jacob said...

@ Mirela - They make mostly sandwiches and salads ... but the food is excellent with fresh ingredients and fresh breads...

Gunn said...

That looks and sounds like a place I would have enjoyed!