Photos: Tres Jolie

Photos: Tres Jolie
Mark Manger

For this week's review I went to Tres Jolie, the boutique-meets-cafe that is, without a doubt, one of the girliest places in town. While the pretty wares and tearoom-like atmosphere make an ideal setting for a ladies' lunch, the food is good enough to win over skeptical males -- like my brother -- too.

Here, to go with the review, is a helping of photos. For more of Tres Jolie, check out our slide show.

A house made scone with clotted cream and jam.
A house made scone with clotted cream and jam.
Mark Manger
Tomato basil soup and one of the shop's many sandwiches.
Tomato basil soup and one of the shop's many sandwiches.
Mark Manger
Owner Holly Smith imports candies from Europe, selling them from jars.
Owner Holly Smith imports candies from Europe, selling them from jars.
Mark Manger
Homemade baked goods fill jars and the pastry case.
Homemade baked goods fill jars and the pastry case.
Mark Manger
Holly Smith, right, frequently enlists the help of her daughter in the kitchen.
Holly Smith, right, frequently enlists the help of her daughter in the kitchen.
Mark Manger


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