Hola Eats & Treats, Adios Baja

Eats & Treats Café opened this month at 204 Weaverville Highway. The menu focuses mostly on diner-style staples: biscuits, eggs, sandwiches, wraps, burgers, hot dogs and fries, plus Hershey's ice cream, milkshakes and sundaes. Most menu items cost less than $5. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sundays.

Baja Café, 72 Weaverville Highway, closed this week after a year in business. The owners, Walter Fogg and Celest Andrus, left a sign on the door saying they have “officially retired.” The partners owned another branch of the Baja Café in Boca Raton, Fla., which they sold a couple of months ago, according to a staff member there.


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