The Outpost Cafe at 3992Fraser is now open. Owner Katharine Reynolds just sent me some snaps of the 1000sqft sixteen seater that specialises in biscuits and gravy. Take a look after the jump…
BEST COFFEE (AND TEA) PLACE…..
BUT THOSE BISCUITS? SOOOOOOOO DELISH!!!!!
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