One of the most spectacular waterfalls along the aptly named Waterfall Way is Ebor Falls, the majestic falls are adjacent to the tiny town of the same name, Ebor.
Fusspots at Ebor is a sweet, family-friendly café offering a classic lineup of sandwiches, salads and light meals, plus a kids’ menu to cater for even the most particular ‘fusspot.’
Call in for a milkshake or a coffee and a home-baked cake or slice, or pen it into your itinerary for lunch. Unpretentious and wholesome, this is – ironically enough – a fuss-free, country-style café whose tasty grub is bound to hit the spot. The café also features a kiddies’ corner with books and toys to keep the little ones off your back while you enjoy an old fashioned burger or perhaps a crisp Caesar salad.
There’s also a rather impressive collection of teapots to admire, and the whole thing is housed inside a cute weatherboard shop with lacy curtains and pot plants aplenty.
So next time you’re traversing New England’s most impressive scenic route, be sure to call into Fusspots at Ebor for a dose of warm country hospitality.
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