Freshroots Kitchen has been on our list of places to try since being recommended by our friend and photographer Ansley Simmons. After placing our order for wedding invitations Kirsten and I paid a visit to the café. Breakfast is served at Freshroots until 11 am.
By the time we arrived, the eggs Benedict, breakfast melts, and chipped cream ham had been stowed away. In their place, salads, cold sandwiches, and lunch melts were on the menu. Panged with indecision, Kirsten and I stood in front of the large chalk board menu, attempting to choose something for lunch. I settled on a roast beef sandwich called the Horsey with a side of macaroni and cheese, and a serving of cilantro lime coleslaw. Kirsten opted for the Club and paired her sandwich the same sides.
We took a seat and waited for our sandwiches while sipping on two glasses of water. Minutes ticked by and we sat waiting without our food. Service was glacial, and by the time our food arrived, due to lunch hour time constraints, we had to take our meals to go. Before departing, Kirsten and I swapped half of our sandwiches with one another. For more on Freshroots read the full review on Tallahassee.com.
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