Down on Main Street under a few red awnings you can find , a safe bet for a quick latte or a relaxed brunch stretching into the afternoon, with modern jazz on the stereo and soft light throughout.
Inside, expect lots of wood dining services, slick lighting and long glass cases full of freshly baked buttery goodness. These guys hand press every espresso, latte and cappuccino and bake all of their pastries, like muffins and scones fresh daily. After six years of crafting breakfasts and steaming cups each morning, Aroma Café has built a steady following of locals.
There is a full breakfast menu with classics like eggs Benedict, omelet’s, corn beef hash and of course, pancakes. There are several seasonal coffee flavors available with or without caffeine, hot or cold. The house made scones are an especially popular item.
While they are known for their morning fare, some of their signature items are actually on their lengthy lunch menu. Special favorites include their Buffalo chicken wrap, Tuscan chicken Panini and Vermont goat cheese pecan salad. Aroma also caters events and large platters are available with 24 hour notice. They also serve up lots of ice cream and frozen yogurt, if you still have room after your meal.
Hours a slightly limited here, they close by 3pm every day and are closed on Mondays, but as they only serve breakfast and lunch, its never really a problem. Credit cards are also taken, thankfully.
So keep an eye out for this Main Street favorite where you can find a latte, pancakes, wraps and even ice cream, all in attractive surroundings.