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Friday, 21 February 2014



That looks yummy! Seems so earthy and connected when you dine at this place.


Oh that was a great write up. I still haven't tried their original location. Was there plenty of parking here and is there a time limit ? The
CBB&J looks so oddly delicious - I would go just to try that sandwich.


If you work in the building, there is a 20% discount (on food at least, not sure if alcohol will be included). A good friend works in the building and. last time I visited, lunch for 2 was $16!


It's fresh, Bill and I really like everything on the menu here. Seeing the garden makes it real (and inspires me to do more at our home garden). The added plus of table service makes it even nicer.
Thanks, Faye. Parking is free. Just keep going up Campus Point Drive, past the 'no outlet' signs and notice the garden to your right as the road starts going uphill-there's great views from up there. I would've never chosen that CBB&J and am really glad The Mister wanted it.
I know, Campy-the 'tenant' discount is considerable-maybe the workers get tipped more; I think having the two locations with the same menu but a different Business Plan is some sort of test for future locations. The Happy Hour variable that just started may change all of that.


Love how fresh everything is over here, complete with a garden. Too bad they are not open on the weekends. My future visit will have to wait til Spring break.


This other location is even nicer, with having waiters and tons of parking, cc...probably the same distance from the exit also. I sure would be here every weekend if it were open then.


I want to visit Green Acres this week for lunch so came back here to revisit your post. I think they're having a Wine Event tomorrow where Brian Malarkey will actually be grilling stuff.


Oh, right, Faye! I did put at the bottom of the post that Happy Hour was starting at this location in February...then promptly forgot (busy time of year for me). Green Acre is a great place, so glad you went here. Must return...soon!

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