Real Living Winter issue 2020

well. Holly herself has been working there on and off since she was just 13 years old! John and Holly truly care about their customers, and it shows. They are always ready with a smile and friendly word, but their dedication to their community goes deeper than that. They use as much locally grown and produced product as possible, including beef, many of their vegetables, honey, fruits and berries, to name a few. And the recipes they use all come from John’s mom! If you’re looking for a delicious, homemade meal in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, give Tall Tales Café a try. And if they ask you if you’d like to try a slice of their pie, the answer must always be a resounding yes. Disregard this tip, and regret will soon follow. Mark my words.

Tale Tales Cafe is located at 29634 Talbot Line, Wallacetown

Pecan or any one of their other delicious creations, you’re sure to be in for a treat. Be warned: Youmay want to loosen your belt a notch or two before digging in! Tall Tales Café is a family business in every sense of the word. Not only has the business been passed down from John’s mother to John and Holly, but several family members work in the restaurant as

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