A few weeks ago, we planned a Mom’s day out with some friends to go check out the Fabric Shack in Waynesville, OH. If you are within driving distance and looking for some different fabrics that are outside of the usual “JoAnn’s” choices it is totally worth the drive!
We decided to meet at The Cobblestone Village Café beforehand for lunch. It was a charming place, they have a nice gift store that you walk through to get to the restaurant. The staff is fantastic, our waitress was a young bubbly girl named Megan who was fantastic and very kid friendly. Service with a smile is an understatement, which these days seems rare.
One of the Moms in our group is gluten free and while they don’t have a designated menu for gluten free options the chef did have a few good recommendations. She ended up getting the Seared Salmon & Kale Quinoa Salad and said over and over again how good it was. Two thumbs up.
I was thinking about getting one of the salads – until that is, the waitress highly recommended the Honey Fried Chicken with spicy slaw in between two slices of a magnificent pretzel roll. (Now I understand why it made her smile when she recommended it.)
Yes, I have been pretty much dreaming about this plate of food since we ate at Cobblestone and I can’t wait to go back. Everything about the food was perfect, including their freshly made peach iced tea and the complimentary chai lattes we sipped while we paid the bill. They even brought Emma a little cup of her own with whipped cream so she can join in being one of the girls. (My heart melted just a tad out of the cuteness.)
We had such a fun experience I am going to take my Mom back here for a family Mother’s Day Lunch so if you are looking to celebrate a baby shower, girls day, Mother’s Day or a special birthday or Anniversary check this place out! You could walk the streets of Waynesville after and head over to the Fabric Shack to check out their sprawling store filled with gorgeous prints and $1 fat quarters.
Thanks to Cobblestone Cafe for a wonderful lunch, we will be back BUT in the meantime I would love to see them add a changing table in the restroom. Not having a place to change young children really is a turn off and kind of a pet peeve of mine. It’s kind of like saying “children aren’t welcome” and I would consider everything else about The Cobblestone Village Cafe family friendly. If they added a changing table I would recommend this cafe as the go-to place this Summer.
**This post is not a sponsored post. I was not given any amount of compensation for writing this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.