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13 August 2009

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Charles Fulton

This is a fabulous post, but now I'm hungry. As it happens my wife and I will be in North Manchester in a few weeks and we're looking for a place to have breakfast. KenapocoMocha sounds wonderful but we're looking for a place that does eggs.

April Paffrath

Thanks so much, Charles!

You really really should pop into KenapocoMocha while you're there and have a cup of coffee and some baked yummy. (Maybe to take in the car for a mid-morning snack!) They're fostering a budding local food movement. I love that the community is supporting it.

I asked the awesome Katie Van where someone might go for eggs in the N. Manchester area. She said there aren't any in the town itself but there are two in a 5-10 minute drive that might be worth the trip. I've never been to either place, so come back and tell us how either one is.

One is the Bluebird Cafe in Laketon (head on 114 towards Rochester until you see the town sign (which I love because it says something like "Just a Nice Small Town"). Turn left until you hit a stop sign. That's where it is.

The other is the Red Apple. Take 114 out of town in the same direction. It's at the intersection of 114 and State Rd 15.

Have a good trip!

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