Dog-Friendly Indoor Cafes in Centreville, Delaware Pt. 2 of 3
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During Dexter and Levi’s dog-friendly road trip to Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley area in Delaware, we experienced so many fun attractions and restaurants. But one spot really stood out from the crowd.
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(UPDATE: Unfortunately, the state of Delaware no longer allows dogs on outside or inside patios.) The Centreville Cafe and Montrachet Fine Foods in Centreville, Delaware not only offers a dog-friendly outdoor patio garden, but also welcomes well-behaved dogs indoors! You read that correctly, indoors. Because Centreville Cafe and Montrachet Fine Foods is a catering business, dogs are permitted inside.
This beautiful, dog-friendly cafe is nestled in the historic area of Centreville, Delaware. From the beginning, they wanted to be part of the community creating a welcoming atmosphere for both people and canines alike. Cafe owner, Susan Teiser, and her staff are truly passionate about including local families, which include their beloved dogs.
Susan is committed to flavorful food using only the freshest local ingredients. Menu items are created from back-to-basics recipes representing all the good things in life. She prides herself on being able to meet special dietary needs and requirements with not only amazing flavor but exquisite presentation.
As soon as we walked inside the cafe, we were greeted with smiles by Susan and her amazing staff. The cafe decor reminded me of a tearoom. It had a wonderful look and vibe about it. Their menu offered a large variety of options, all named after birds! What a unique concept.
I ordered the grilled raven. The raven was a wrap filled with turkey breast, cranberry stuffing, cranberry mayo, lettuce, and tomato. Chris ordered the grilled parrot, ham, white pizza spread, pickles, tomato on rye. We both had to order a few lattes, after all, it was raining outside, but we had indoor seats!
Chris and I walked the dogs into the quaint seating-and-dining area. The room was filled with a library, a nice window bench, and cute tables and chairs. There were a few families having lunch, and one table was set up for a four-course tea party!
Dexter and Levi napped patiently at our feet as Chris and I enjoyed our sandwiches. It’s astonishing how heavenly fresh food tastes! Our food was created with love and local ingredients, and that came across after each bite. The lattes were rich with flavor and certainly hit the spot.
I couldn’t leave the cafe without ordering one of their fabulous key lime pies for my mom. She’s a pie lover through and through. The key lime pie was fresh and definitely had a nice limey kick. Perfect for a key lime pie enthusiast.
If you find yourself near the Centreville, Delaware area, you must visit Centreville Cafe and Montrachet Fine Foods. Make sure you either save room for dessert or order one to go!
When planning your pet-friendly Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley vacation, visit the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau to help plan the perfect trip.
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