Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Amelia Island is known for our many, many truly great fine-dining restaurants but we've got affordable restaurants, as well. This is the signboard for the specials at "Canopy Moon," a cute little cafe and coffee house open seven nights a week from 6pm to midnight. Some of you who follow my blog will appreciate the "Big Boomer-ito," named for one of our favorite carriage horses. Boomer has his list of friends around town and he stops by for a visit (read: "treat") at every one of them. He usually grabs a latte at Canopy Moon midway through his rounds so he's been rewarded with a meal named for him. I don't know if he's sampled it yet but, after reading the list of ingredients, I'm hoping that for the sake of the carriage drivers, he has not.
Posted by Theresa the Innkeeper at 5:05 PM