Twin Oaks cafe
The Twin Oaks opened up a few months ago in the corner space formerly occupied by the Country Corner. They renovated nicely (though it seems much smaller now?) and serve a nice selection of family-friendly items. I'm due for a return visit - I've only stopped in a few times. I wish them long life and luck here - every town needs a place for a quick breakfast or leisurely brunch, and dinner on those nights when you just don't feel like cooking and cleaning up. The other new restaurant in town, Cafe Tazza, in the former Little Brick House building, is struggling and might not be around for very long.
By the way, I haven't posted anything about the other plaza occupant, Pharmacy - it's there, it's fine, it's kind of like a tiny general store with a few school supplies and craft-y things, cards and gifts and fancy toiletries, vitamins and herbal supplements, plenty of things for people in rehab, and the usual array of band-aids and tylenol. It's known for its Halloween costumes - the window is so scary in October that we had to avoid walking there when my kids were very small. And of course, with so many doctor's offices in town I'm sure their prescriptions business is doing fine. (Though as always if there's more info please post!)