#34 – Alana’s Cafe

Located at 1020 Main St., is an historic, grand old Victorian house, in which you feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of downtown — in it, you’ll find a wonderful casual restaurant, Alana’s Cafe. “Quaint” just begins to describe it here — bottom line, it’s good food that’s worth a visit.

The house was built in 1874 by Hanson Lumber Company, for their foreman & later purchased by the Dielmann Family.  The house was originally located on Middlefield near Veterans Blvd. and took one year to build.  The house was moved to its current location in 1979.

The house shares the property with another Historic home built in 1858 which now houses an art cooperative, The Gallery.  There are four dining rooms offering cozy seating while the patio offers pleasant outdoor dining.

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