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Ashker’s Coffee House in Youngstown

Over the weekend, Kristy and I were camping at Four Mile Creek State Park just outside of Youngstown, New York. Youngstown is a tiny little town overlooking Niagara River and Lake Ontario.

In the morning, we’d stop by Ashker’s Coffee House.

Ashker’s is a very cool place, presumably named after the proprietor, who also serves as the principal chef. His display case held several delicious muffins (On Friday, I tried the awesome chocolate chip muffin).

Ashker’s offers breakfast and lunch food in addition to standard coffee drinks.

On Saturday, I tried the vegetarian omelet.

Photo of vegetarian omelet

The vegetarian omelet was cheap and scrumptious. Fillings included spinach, zucchini, feta cheese, red pepper, red onion, and mild pepper.

I was somewhat nervous about the mild pepper, so I picked it out. Mild yellow peppers (the kind you buy canned) typically have food coloring additives to keep them glowing a bright yellow. Just a risk I didn’t want to take.

Ashker’s receives absolutely no complaints about me. A very friendly, quiet establishment with ample street parking and wifi. If you’re ever near Youngstown and looking for coffee, stop by Ashker’s.