The Brew-Ha-Ha coffee shop in Greenville now serves food and alcohol! Although the shop is still located in the Powder Mill Square shopping center off Route 52, it has moved to the back portion of the shopping center. When we were there late Saturday afternoon, there were numerous families and groups of friends eating, chatting or tapping away on their computers. A few hardy folks were even sitting outside on the patio, though it wasn't especially warm.
I ordered a turkey and cheese sandwich on a sourdough baguette and my date had the tortellini -- both were tasty, and our server was charming. We were also brought two warm brioche rolls with cinnamon butter, on the house. I had never had Boylan Cola before, and it tasted like a mixture of Coca-Cola and old-fashioned root beer.
On the walls I recognized a few of the oversized, old-fashioned French advertising posters from the "old" Brew-ha-ha, along with an eclectic mix of other artwork and bric-a-brac. The tables and chairs are rustic wood, and the whole atmosphere is comfortable and casual. I could definitely see myself bringing a proofreading project there and camping out for an afternoon.