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Treehuggers Cafe

Cute little place off the main road in a strip mall. Don't let the mall fool you, it's not your typical mall food stop. And there is lots of parking.

Super friendly staff that greeted me as I walked in the door. Decor was OK and the sound bounced off the hard walls.

I had a grilled chicken sandwich with avocado, tomato, mozzarella, and grilled onions on gluten free bread. This came with a bowl of Dandelion soup. The sandwich was very very good, while the soup was good. To be fair, the soup was most likely better than I thought due to it just not my taste in soups.

Large menu with seasonal offerings.

This place would fit in just fine in the Pacific Northwest.

I will bring the family here when we go to the Rock n Roll hall of fame.
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