Welcome to The Crossroads Inspired Living & Garden Cafe!

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The Garden Café on our Lower Level * Upstairs Seating Available!                              

*  Gifts that INSPIRE and Bring Beauty to your Home & Workplace.
*  Books * Tea * Gifts * Décor * Customized Pillows & Throws
*  Occasional Furniture * Beautiful Lamps * Framed Artwork
*  Special Occasion & Keepsake Gifts * Accessories * Greeting Cards
*  ALSO, See Our Special Events Calendar!

About the Crossroads.

THE CROSSROADS Inspired Living & Garden Café is still at the heart of DeWitt’s Downtown District.  Across the street in the park is the rebuilt Hausbarn from Niebuell, Germany – housing the German Heritage Museum and The DeWitt Chamber & Development Company (DCDC) offices.  Contact the DCDC at 563-659-8500 for more information on Self-guided Museum Tours OR for questions regarding accommodations for larger groups.

THE CROSSROADS Inspired Living & Garden Café is located at 602 10th Street ~ across the street from the water tower in Lincoln Park ~ named after the famous Lincoln Highway 30.
PHONE: 563.659.8897
FAX: 1.877.561.3501

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The Garden Café.

Welcome to The Garden Café!

Our Hometown Café is a reflection of our Rich Midwestern Agricultural Heritage.

OUR MENU relies on what is FRESH and READY TO HARVEST ~

Homemade Breads & Delicious Soups, Sandwiches that melt in your mouth, Super Salads with Homemade Dressings, Awesome Desserts, Coffee, Specialty Teas & Seasonal Drinks to complement your meal.

This seasonal approach is what The Garden Café is based upon ~ Freshly Prepared Flavor in a Beautiful Relaxing Setting!

See our DAILY MENU or Join Our DAILY SPECIALS EMAIL LIST for Current Features, Soups & Desserts.

Do Call Ahead for CARRYOUTS or if your Time is Short for Dining In.

Won’t you join us for Lunch?!   11-2  Monday-Saturday.   Shop Hours 10-5; ’til 3 on Saturday.


Our Upcoming Events!

SPECIAL EVENTS are scheduled periodically throughout the year.


Saturday Morning, April 11th ~ ”Days for Girls” (DFG) by Mary Clark, Ph.D, RN-BC

Mary will speak on this World Wide Initiative whose goal is to help break the poverty cycle for women in poor countries perpetuated in part by days without school and income due to a lack of sustainable feminine hygiene kits.

She will speak on establishing a local “Days for Girls” (DFG) Chapter serving the women of Uganda.

This program will appeal to anyone interested in contributing their time & sewing talents to help these women.