The Village Café is now open to the public in the Milford Wellness Village and Joan Page, Director of Dietary Services, says that they welcome anyone to join them for breakfast or lunch. The new café is located in what was formerly the Milford Memorial Hospital Cafeteria which has been given a facelift and upgrade.
“Right now, you can get to the café by coming around back to where the glass windows are and following the signs to the Village Café,” Page said. “We are open from 6:30 AM until 10 AM and then again from 11 AM until 2 PM, serving breakfast and lunch. You can get breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, we also have premade carry-and-go sandwiches, yogurt parfaits, Caesar salad and more. We have a hot entrée each day as well as fresh soups each day.”
Daphne Brumbey, Executive Director and General Manager of the Milford Wellness Village explained that a new entrance is under construction that will make it easier for the public to find the café. In addition, they have ordered patio furnishing in order to add patio seating.
“We plan to hold an official ribbon cutting on Wednesday, July 28,” Brumbey said. “We hope to have the new entrance completed by early July which will encourage people to stop in and try some of our delicious food.”
In addition to regular menu items, Page explained that the Village Café will also have specials that will change daily. Breakfast and lunch can be picked up in the café or ordered online using the Clover app. Customers pay in advance on the app which then provides them with a timeframe when they can stop to pick up their items.
“We are excited to have people stop in and see the upgrades,” Brumbey said. “It is much more inviting and pleasant since we have remodeled. The food is very good and the prices very reasonable. It is a great place for people who are walking in the area to stop and grab something quick and easy for breakfast or lunch.”
You can download the Clover app from the App Store or Google Play or you can access the menu by visiting https://www.clover.com/online-ordering/polaris-hlth-dine-polar4-milford.
Betsy Price is a Wilmington freelance writer who has 40 years of experience, including 15 at The News Journal in Delaware.
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