The Tory Hill Cafe is a little diner at 15 Pinkham Drive in Buxton, Maine. It's actually larger on the inside than it appears on the outside.
The main dining area has half a dozen booths, 4 tables, and a counter that seats 7.
Then there is a larger dining room adjecent to this one. I took a photo of the wall decorations above the archway to the additional dining room.
I apologize that the photo isn't clearer--my hand just wasn't as steady as I'd have liked. Above the entrance to the second dining room are two cross-cut saws with landscape photos painted on them. They were really pretty!
We were there for breakfast. Mr. Eva had French toast made from homemade white bread with bacon and scrambled eggs. Although you don't see it in this picture, they serve a syrup that is thick and delicious. I tasted it and thought it might be REAL amber maple syrup. I asked the waitress about it, because I would have definitely bought some if I knew the brand, but it was a Sysco product. Sadly, they only wholesale to eateries. : ( Mr. Eva thoroughly enjoyed his breakfast, and if this place were a little closer to home, we'd breakfast there often, I'm sure!
I had two eggs, over easy, bacon, homefries, and homemade wheat toast. Everything was delicious, but the homemade wheat toast was to die for! It was sooooo good!
I'm not a fan of going out for breakfast, but this place makes me want to come back often! It was one of the best restaurant breakfasts I've had!