More coffee, biscuits and potatoes in and around town

 

February 15, 2023

Marissa Conklin

TEA TIME – Newly opened on South First Street, the Wayfinder offers a British afternoon tea. Make your reservations. Chef-owner Scott Dean, above, trained in French cooking, provides pastries served on a 3-tier tray in the high tea style.

Morning coffee, afternoon tea and better St. Patrick's Day potatoes are now on tap in greater La Conner.

Cruser Coffee, 313 Morris Street, is a new source for your morning joe. Nicole Cruse owns and operates a stand with the same name on Memorial Highway near the Mexico Café.

Cruse likes the pace of her second location. "In the stand you only get two-minute interactions with people," she said. "They want quick, quick, quick get me out the door." Here, she is enjoying getting to know her customers.

"Not that I don't love my stand but I definitely like the café style way better," she sai...



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