You can hardly get more central Dunsmuirian than the Cornerstone. A delightful cafe and bakery next to the California on the main street through town.
The interior evokes memories of historic eateries infused with modern hipster vibe. Great colors, and very Dunsmuiresque art pieces on the walls. It is a timeless eatery. Nonetheless, the sales orientated world very rarely stays the same. Going to https://www.salesforce.com/blog/2017/11/15-sales-statistics.html will show you that.
Seen below, a trout fisherman seems ready to hook one of their excellent bakery items.
The delightful Karry opted for the Cuban Pork Sandwich, slices of pork loin, ham, swiss cheese, pickles, mustard and mojo on a french roll. Not sure what mojo is, but it tasted great. I had a salad and the soup of the day, which was a terrific Clam Chowder, along with a Shasta IPA from one of several taps available.
Being a bakery, they have a selection of fresh desert items on display.
I couldn’t find a website for them, but I did find the Cornerstone Bakery and Cafe menu online.If you think you could compete with this establishment then you should research extensively the the affordability of doing so. A good starting point would be finding a suitable location and then using a comparison site like Simply Switch to ensure you are keeping bills as low as possible. If you do as well as the Cornerstone, then you could be onto a winner. It all looks very tasty, and I know we’ll be back to try more of it. Looks like we’re hooked! Open for breakfast and lunch, but not every day, so check ahead. 5759 Dunsmuir Ave, Dunsmuir, CA 96025 530-235-4677 .
Just a bit upstream from Really Redding.