Monday, March 16, 2009

Locals and Visitors Adore Isadora's

Visiting the Northwest Railway Museum and riding the train can give you quite an appetite. So, where is a great place to have lunch? One that we're fond of is Isadora’s.

A favorite among locals, Isadora’s CafĂ© recently came under the new ownership of Jody Sands. Jody grew up in Snoqualmie, had worked at Isadora’s and always loved it. When the cafe became available, she jumped at the chance to own her favorite place.

Isadora’s is offering an expanded menu and featuring breakfast on the weekends. It’s the same great food in an expanded format. Jody has upgraded the menu by offering more choices, like potatoes or rice with breakfast. All of the food is made from scratch; even the Panini bread for the delicious sandwiches available for lunch.

In addition to the delectable food, Isadora’s supports the arts by featuring the work of local artists. You can find handmade ornaments, painting and photography for sale at Isadora’s. The Enigma Rag spotlights local poets, artists and authors. Check out the entertainment lineup when you’re looking for a special musical night out.

Mark your calendars for Isadora’s newest offering: Toddler Train Story Time. Jody plans to offer this opportunity for parents and their toddlers, on the first Thursday of each month, beginning April 2nd. Timed between dropping the older kids off for school and naptime, this is sure to become a favorite among the preschool set. Kids, don’t forget to bring your parents!

Be sure and check out this local jewel the next time you’re in Snoqualmie.

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