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Small Town Breakfast
Mar 05, 2014 by: ChairmanMoe from Hurricane, WV
We stopped here for breakfast on the advice of our innkeeper, and found the place not too busy on a snowy day. The backdoor entrance is kind of confusing, but they were remodling the kitchen (which you pass through to get to the tables! Kind of like in "Goodfellas" only not so glamorous.) The staff was friendly and the food was very good indeed. The one oddity: there were no high chairs for our 10 month old. Fortunately, I had a travel chair in the car. Needless to say I don't think they cater to kids, and, to be honest, the whole place had kind of a harried, unfinished look and feel about it. Maybe in time they'll get it together. You could do a lot worse.
Pleasant Sunday Breakfast
Feb 16, 2014 by: NormGard from Columbia, Maryland
Excellent coffee, nice Sunday breakfast specials. Service was fine. Small place in an old historical block. Easy walking distance to the canal and bike path area. Wifi worked well -- ask for the password.
Our stop along the way
Jan 01, 2014 by: barrettshawn from Ashland, Pennsylvania
We travel through the area every few months and this is our spot to stop along the way. The halfway point of our trip puts us near Cumberland and we schedule our trip so that we can get breakfast at Cafe Mark. Being from the East Coast, we have a good bit of travel into the cities where you can get Quality Food, and that is part of what draws us to this location. The food is great quality for the price.
Need to be mindful of cleanliness...
Dec 08, 2013 by: Michelle M from Washington DC, District of Columbia
I visited Café Mark this morning and observed a tall man with gray hair blowing his nose behind the counter, in close proximity to where the food was being prepared. Had this been before I ate my food, I would have left. It would be hard for me to return there and retain my appetite, which is unfortunate, as I visit Cumberland 3-4 times a year and there is dearth of good eateries in the area. The service however, was excellent, and the food and coffee were both good.
Sunday for brunch
Nov 11, 2013 by: johncatworth from stafford, va
Found Café Mark in the Cumberland downtown after Mass at St Patrick's and were delighted with the food and atmosphere. Service was prompt and friendly, although its a small place and the four of us had to split into two groups, it wasn't a problem. Excellent ingredients - my Cajun omelette had excellent Andouille in it, and the southern breakfast excellent black forest ham. The only ding was that they had run out of French toast, but substituted pancakes for the kids and they were fine with that.
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