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Cafe Nicole, Queen and N. Fayette Street in Parker-Gray - Closed


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Café Nicole opened about three months ago and has been a nice addition to the neighborhood. They're open for breakfast, lunch and (early) dinner and offer a variety of sandwiches, soups, and pastries. More details in this article - including about Sarge's chicken salad, which I think is pretty darned good. Nicole is a veteran of St. Elmo's and serves coffee from Chesapeake Roasting Company, also very good.

Not a destination, but if you're in Old Town and want a quick, relatively inexpensive lunch, take the short walk off King Street to the corner of Queen and N. Fayette. You can enjoy the free wi-fi and you'll be supporting a young entrepreneur.

No web page, but there is a Facebook page.

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Café Nicole opened about three months ago and has been a nice addition to the neighborhood. Not a destination, but if you're in Old Town and want a quick, relatively inexpensive lunch, take the short walk off King Street to the corner of Queen and N. Fayette. You can enjoy the free wi-fi and you'll be supporting a young entrepreneur.

We were curious about what was going to take the place of the Sgt. restaurant. Glad to hear about this. We'll stop in one weekend.

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Just wanted to pass this along. Cafe Nicole has been having occasional spaghetti dinners - there's another one tonight.

Tonite (July 20) from 5:00 - 7:30 P.M. (ish), we will be serving our awesome homemade Spaghetti and Meatballs!

For $10.00 +tax, you get:

A plentiful portion of Spaghetti and Meatballs

A small salad

bread and butter

Dessert (Vanilla Napoleon, Choc. Truffle cake, Fruit Bavarian cake or Bread Pudding)

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As goldenticket noted previously, Cafe Nicole is no more. A large, temporary sign yesterday proclaimed "Caboose Cafe".

Best wishes to the new venue, and I will miss the old one. Huge, deftly brewed coffee drinks in an old diner, large-window setting, with a friendly vibe hard to match in our town. Fond memories and appreciation for Nicole, her family and staff.

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