"All things bright and beautiful" hinges this classic American themed restaurant. No, it is neither like Johnny Rockets nor Mr. Jones. Think of it as Martha Stewart's humble abode, drenched with vibrant, joyous and homely feel. Or maybe the astute description of it is maybe everyday Sunday. One inexorable reason perhaps is their endless 60's playlist, like The Beatles, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, etc.
Quaint archaic American home design with little kiddie nook makes it more cutesy than it already is. It seemed like a life-sized dollhouse, first impression to boot. The tables, books, and the toys were coherently displayed, adding a warmth exude to the ambiance.
The heart-friendly dishes awaits you like you're a member of a family that is Stacy's. Restaurant and Cafe.
Cakes and pastries.
Cupcakes in pastel colors.
An appetizer which is a mix of glazed pretzel, marshmallows and popcorn.
Strawberry Iced Tea.
Spicy Lemon Shrimp Scampi with Angel Hair.
Granny's Picnic Bow - chunks of chicken and pork belly carefully simmered in a special honey vinegar concoction, air dried, flaked and refried. Indulgently topped with laguna, white cheese and served with roasted garlic rice, fluffy scrambled egg and mango-tomato salsa on the side.
And they're reasonably priced. Don't fret, she's just looking for a change for our parking fee.
So if you want a dining sphere that ushered you to a 50's-60's dimension with a feel good tapestry, white wicker chairs, pink kitchen appliance, baby colored aprons, yellow dandelions, lime green decors, dusty classic books and toys, this is just the right spot for you.