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Restaurant Review Round-Up: 6 North Cafe

See what restaurant goers are saying about establishments in Ballwin and Ellisville.

Nothing says lunch like a quality sandwich, so the Restaurant Review Roundup is sitting down at 6 North Cafe this week. 

The family-owned, independent coffee shop also offers pastires, specialty coffee drinks and more. Salads and smoothies are also on the menue at the restaurant, located at 14438 Clayton Road in Ballwin. 

The following reviews collected by Patch are a representative sample aimed at giving you a flavor of what local residents are saying. Have an opinion on the best dinner in the area yourself? Add a review of your own right here on Patch.    

From Patch:

Laura Edwards-Ray: gave it 5/5 stars: "LOVE IT!!!! The food is fabulous, the drinks are delicious and the staff is very friendly. I also love the fact that they are promoting local author's with their Saturday morning "meet the author" event. Very cool!"

Andy Jones gave it 5/5 stars: "This place is great, and they have a drive-thru. Friendly barista's, and consistant drinks."

From Yelp (4.0 avg/11 reviews)

Kayla B gave it 4/5 stars: "I love getting salads here!  They're reasonably priced, yummy and are a convenient carry out.  The salads are fresher and cheaper than most other places in the category (I'm looking at you, Bread Co)."

Vik S gave it 3/5 stars: "A mediocre lunch experience. The menu is pretty boring.  I went for a turkey club ($6.50). It featured avocado, pepperjack cheese, and bean sprouts, which made it sound a little interesting.  Unfortunately there was very little avocado & sprouts.  It tasted OK.  The bread was generic.  There was no visual appeal."

Nancy B gave it 4/5 stars: "Nice place, food generally good,has some healthy choices on menu.  Staff friendly and efficient, clean fresh looking restaurant.  Been here a couple times not going to knock your socks off but good dependable place to get a reasonably priced meal, never disappointed in the food."

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