Located at the trailhead on the Clearfork, Press Cafe is the perfect spot to lounge and grab a bite after a hike or a bike ride on the trail. Press’ fresh take on American menu staples includes things like crunchy salads and freshly made specialties like their housemade ricotta and toast. You should be able to comfortably make the bike ride back home (especially if you wear those stretchy bike shorts that are not at all embarrassing). For brunch we recommend the egg in the hole or the banana walnut waffles (maybe not for our bike-short-wearing friends, though).
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