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Walking down Main Street, with the smell of summer around you, and the sound of children's laughter ringing in your ears, you should take a break from your normal routine and step into T-Spoons for a pleasant light meal. The owner of T-Spoons, Tzvi Chait, is the same maven who brought the Brooklyn famous "Spoons" cafe to Flatbush and Boro Park. T-Spoons, his baby of the bunch, opened in 2010 and is a more simplified version of his other two successful venues. Tzvi opened it up for his devoted customers who couldn't manage a summer upstate without "their" Spoons.
T-spoons caters to everyone's taste buds with a wide selection for every family member to enjoy. Their menu varies from delicious soups, to sandwiches and sushi, to hot main dishes and pastas. With their large drink menu, with coffees, lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, macchiato shakes, smoothies and more, you can rest assured you will get in your caffeine fix, or fruit shake to start off a busy day at the pool. Make sure to catch the syrupy smile on your kids' delighted faces as they dig into the Belgian waffle - those memories are worth a thousand T-Spoons.
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With an option for your nine days suppers, and an answer to a last minute Siyum, Bris, birthday party, or brunch with some friends, T-Spoons, and the pleasant, clean, country-like environment will add to any occasion. Wheel your stroller into the cafe, and park it right next to your table without worrying that there will be no room for the person adjacent to your table to move out his chair. The dining area is spacious and comfortable, and the quality is as great as what you would expect in the city. Whether you want to dine in, or bring them to your function, T-Spoons, a very loyal restaurant, will happily cater to your every need.
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