Weatherford Democrat


January 20, 2013

It's a family affair


“That’s one of the things that we hear from customers is the service is great and that’s what we want,” Patrick said. “They’re just not customers to us and we want to make sure we treat you like family.”

Customers also comment repeatedly, Bowling said, about the quality of food served. Everything is prepared fresh daily, from the fruits for breakfast to the deli meats sliced fresh for lunch.

“Our customers say they notice the difference,” Bowling said.

The menu features some twists on comfort favorites. The stuffed biscuits and gravy is one of the top sellers in the morning, Bowling said. It starts out with the traditional biscuit dough being rolled out and stuffed with sausage, green peppers, onions and cheese.

“We can’t keep up in making them,” Bowling said with a chuckle. “You can only do traditional breakfast so many ways so we like when we can offer something different.”

Bowling said the breakfast quesadilla is also very popular. Breakfast is served all day as is lunch, Cliff Bowling said.

“You can get a sandwich here at 6:30 a.m. if that’s what you want,” Cliff Bowling said. “We aim to please.”

For lunch, the southwest turkey club and french onion soup is popular. Lunch combos are offered as are such standard lunch fare as burgers and salads.

Patrick Bowling said many gluten free options are available with lighter offerings being very popular with today’s more health conscious society.

The café also offers a 28-seat meeting room, an outdoor patio and free wi-fi. Sunny Street Café is open every day from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

For more information, call 817-594-2210.


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