Fresh Harvest Cafe | Florence, Oregon

I love when we find fun little restaurants on our travels! This unassuming cafe is one of them! It’s located on Highway 101 in Florence on the north end of town. We’ve never really had a “favorite” spot in Florence, so we’re glad to have discovered a place now that we can look forward to returning to next time.

I’ve been to Florence countless times, but hadn’t noticed this cafe before. It’s a quaint yellow building right off the road. You can’t miss it if you’re looking for it! We arrived at about 8:15 on a Sunday morning, and were only the second customers there. (hint: get there early if you can because at about 8:30, the crowds started rolling in )We were warmly greeted by several staff members. The whole environment was super friendly and welcoming.

On to the important thing: food! To. Die. For. Their specialty is crepes – both sweet and savory. I LOVE crepes, but they’re hard to find where we live, so I was thrilled! We were starving and ordered the lemon curd crepes, a prawnelette (prawn omelette), and French toast. Yes, we love to eat!

Our food came in about 10 minutes, and it was the best breakfast we’ve had in a LONG time!

The crepes were so soft and yummy – loaded with lemon curd and smothered in fresh whipped cream! And can you really go wrong with seafood in an omelet? I don’t think so. And don’t let those potatoes fool you. My husband and I had to divide them evenly between us because we knew we’d be fighting over the last bite.

All in all, this was a fantastic little place! Definitely worth a visit the next time you’re in Florence!

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