Well satisfied from our five craft beers served in the Brewery Ommegang sampling, my dear wife Karen and I got to peruse the goods in the souvenir store for just a few moments before the red lights started flashing to signal that our table for a late lunch in the adjoining cafe was ready.
There’s a bar along one side of the room, we noticed as we sat at our high-top to read the menu.
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I settled on a bowl of French onion soup while Karen went for a crock of mac ‘n cheese. They both went for around $6. I almost bit on the fried shrimp platter or the sausage and kraut sandwich, but thought the $13 and $11 tags were a bit steep.
The soup was good. So mac ‘n cheese, plentiful enough for me to have to finish Karen’s portion, had a nice bite to it.
My little sips of Karen’s strawberry beer led to the declaration that it rather tasted like the Hazlitt Berry wine she favors, only with bubbles. She agreed. With the 90-mile drive ahead of me, I stuck with water.
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