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Cafe 77

One of the newest restaurants in willits is Cafe 77. Service here is excellent and the quality of food is very good as well.

If you like early breakfast, Cafe 77 is open at 7 AM to serve your needs. A great place to eat in Willits. Open for breakfast and lunch, till 3pm. You can order either all day. Huge portions of sandwiches, sides and salads. Extra attention to detail, but still well priced. Inside was remodeled and is very nice. Very nice friendly service.

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