|crazy slippage on a Sunday morning|
We almost turned around for heading north was a bit hairy with the snow and slippery roads. DH also wanted to try out a diner we keep seeing on Route 62 between Warren and Jamestown. For quite a few years we could never tell if it was open for business and then the last trip to Jamestown saw it was under new management and definitely open for business.
|sweet little eating establishment along Route 62|
|it was a great mix of people from locals to travelers|
|super menu filled with scrambles and homemade additions|
|to the point plating (nothing fancy) with nice portions along with a very good cup of coffee|
|fluffy eggs, is a good thing ; - )|
|The owner has a sweet smile awaiting every customer.|
Janet Hansen opened the diner 7 months ago after much success at the Warren Farmer's Market with her and her daughter's baked goods and cupcake business, The Cupcake Girls. The restaurant is open 6 days a week 6-am to 2-pm Tuesday-Sunday, off Mondays. After talking to Janet for a bit, before we headed out, she talked a little about mixing it up since the menu is small with different dishes, on the specials board. That day she also offered 3 different tea blends along with another scramble variation, good stuff.
The Cupcake Girls choosing to open up a diner... reminds me of something I heard on an episode of The Splendid Table podcast around Thanksgiving.
Mo Rocca told Lynne Rossetto Kasper , "I'm actually sort of anti-cupcake. There is an aversion to intimacy that has led us down the cupcake path. Whatever happened to the days when everyone was sharing a cake?
*The diner totally celebrates this coming together vibe from the food to the atmosphere. The Cupcake Girls moved away from the singular thought into a more social atmosphere at the Route 62 Diner, let's share cake!!!