The Lemon Leaf

Recently, we were on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and stopped at Chestertown to look around and have lunch. We found the cutest place called the Lemon Leaf Cafe.

lemon leaf entrance

I was particularly taken with the graphics in their sign:

lemon leaf sign

All the outdoor tables were reserved, but I guess the diners were running late.

yellow umbrellas

I’m not in the habit of photographing ladies rooms, but this mural was pretty cool:

lemon mural

Even the side door was in that nice lemony yellow:

side door

Can you guess what we shared for dessert?

lemon meringue pie

Best lemon meringue pie ever.

I’ll return to the Eastern Shore in a future post as it’s a really lovely area, but we’re going away again for a few days, so that will have to wait until next week. If all goes well, I’ll post a photo Wednesday and Friday.

{carole}

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16 Responses to The Lemon Leaf

  1. cocomino says:

    What a beautiful yellow.I like lemmons for cooking.

  2. Mmm…I love lemon meringue pie!

  3. Caroline says:

    I love it when people know how to use color.
    Wonderful. That yellow brings back summer. I like the details and the mural.

  4. Cheryl says:

    OMG … I’m now craving lemon meringue pie! Great photo essay, Carole! Love that particular shade of yellow on the side door

  5. jacquelincangro says:

    That color sure brightens up my day. So cheerful.
    That pie looks delicious! I love lemon merangue.

  6. flyinggma says:

    Looks like a fun place to go. I love all the color! Thanks for sharing your fun pictures. Jeanne

  7. Helen says:

    That looks like a lovely place…yellow is my favourite colour and these photos made me smile 🙂

  8. Lady Jennie says:

    That truly does look like the best lemon meringue pie ever.

  9. Patti says:

    What an adorable spot! Fun photos.

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