Dragonfly Café & Bakery
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Dragonfly Café & Bakery information
One of the most charming little places in town, the Dragonfly creates a space that achieves a rustic kind of elegance while remaining comfortable and kid-friendly. Food is delicious and internationally inspired, from Moroccan roast chicken to wild salmon tacos. Monday nights, come for the East Indian menu; every day, come for the fantastic baked goods. Most ingredients are local and/or organic.