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B'ville caf (c) under new ownership

The newly reopened Agap (c) Caf (c), located on Oswego Street, has something on the menu for just about everyone.

The caf (c) was opened on June 30 by Ronald Stott and Shelly Nicholson of the Brewerton/Cicero area.

The caf (c) is more of a restaurant style, offering a unique dining experience. The caf (c) offers sit down or take out meals. When coming up with the menu, Shelly Nicholson said they tried to come up with a menu to suit everyone's dining pleasure from hearty meals to parfaits and yogurts. The Agap (c) Caf (c), which is Greek for profound love and friendship, is a nice meeting place for friends to come and hang out and enjoy a nice breakfast or lunch, or even some Purity ice cream straight from Ithaca.

Some popular breakfast items on the menu include the traditional breakfast like pancakes and waffles, create your own omelet's, homemade corn beef hash, the tutti fruity Belgian waffles, which are topped with bananas, strawberries, apples, raisins and a tempting scoop of Purity's French vanilla ice cream. Two of the top sellers for breakfast are the herb omelet and the Greek omelet.

If lunch is more your style, the caf (c) offers a large variety of freshly made salads, including the top seller, a spinach salad with apple cider dressing. The signature waffleini, which is a smoked turkey sandwich with apple, smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, topped with sweet onion jam, and a three-mustard sauce, is also a favorite among customers. Roasted vegetables are a delight for all those vegetarian lovers. Specialty wraps, classic deli sandwiches and gyros are also a hit during the lunch hour.

Look no further than the Agap (c) Caf (c) for your ice cream pleasure. The caf (c) offers 14 different flavors of the special Purity brand, along with milkshakes, specialty shakes, and floats.

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