From Our Editors
Kinfolk Cafe’s menu of comforting, homestyle country cooking is inspired by the aromas of the owner’s mom cooking dinner or her grandma flipping bacon and eggs on the stove in the morning. Meats from local farms appear on plates in the form of meat-loaf served only on Fridays, breaded-pork tenderloin, fried chicken, or chicken-fried-steak dinners, lovingly smothered in peppered gravy and accompanied by sides such as onion rings and generously buttered mashed potatoes. Hearty third-pound burgers can be topped with chili, cheese, or bacon, and can have extra bacon mixed right into the patty. Kinfolk Cafe serves breakfast items such as omelets, belgian waffles, and egg scrambles all day long, helping customers fill up after a long night of filling up the neighbor’s convertible with sand.