In these challenging times it is always good to get fresh hot food at prices that don't burn. I recommend you try these heart centered "mom & pop" establishments. Blessings and Pass It On.
The new owners of Diekmann's Bay Store are heart centered and community oriented. Try their delicious homemade pizza made from scratch. Several varieties - crisp, hot and juicy - shake on the cheese and red peppers and warm up your day. Just $3 per slice.
Get the Breakfast Sandwich for $4.50 - because of the quality of the ingredients it is worth more than traditional sandwiches. Invision award winning Village Bakery seeded sourdough bread, a free range fried egg, Black Forest ham topped by a luscious locally grown organic tomato and choice of organic mayonaise, peanut butter, olive oil or cream cheese. YUM! Delicious and nutritious! The mochas ($3) and espresso ($2) are all made from fair trade organic coffee beans and will get your motor running.
Through rain or shine the staff at the Valley Ford Market know how to take care of their community. At his family run "mom & pop" try the grilled cheese sandwich (2 slices of bread and 4 slices of cheese) - $1.99, the "Kids" Peanut Butter Sandwich $2, or tuna on a large toasted sourdough bun with tomatoes and lettuce - $4.99.