3D's Eats & Treats
After staying at an awesome treehouse around the corner, we were in search of a quick breakfast – Three D’s was recommended as the place to go.
SHORT & SWEET
t was hard to miss this tiny restaurant with it's unexciting sign on the side wall. There is really not that much going on in Florence besides a car shop and a convenience store. An old brick building did not look too appealing, but there were cars parked outside on this Sunday morning so we ventured in.
We were welcomed by a square open room, dark purple chalkboard walls used as menus with illustrations and purple laminate table tops. There was lots of wood - chairs, wall panels, even fridge doors and a very local feel to all of it. While there were a couple cars with US plates outside, it appeared that most of the patrons were local. The experience reminded us of our travels through rural Georgia and Texas where restaurants served vegetables mostly in a form of ketchup with not much choice besides that. We ended up getting an Omelette with some bell peppers and ham. It came in quick along with a bland bottomless coffee. The food was meeting the basic standard and the prices were very reasonable - we ended up fairly happy with our experience. This spot was ideal for local people-watching (mind you we did stand out a bit more then we wanted) and even good for conversation-making, with how close tables were to one another. As far as diners go, Three D’s is an honest place to visit if you are around Florence. Don't expect anything over the top, but if your expectations are basic, you will not be disappointed.