November harvest of the month is Kale and other Lettuce varieties.
Did you know…..

Leafy green vegetables like kale and lettuce are both rich in fiber and low in calories. Kale comes in deep green or purple colors. Lettuce varies in colors and varieties, including red and green romaine, iceberg and red leaf. Whether you're looking to lose weight or attempting to eat better, adding either of these leafy veggies to your plate can be beneficial.

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In November we will be adding some new salads to our menu such as Kale and Craisin salad for the kids to try and a delicious smoothie that includes a bit of Kale to supercharge the nutrition!


Seaside Cafe
    Paula Whitley  - Manager 
2012 - 2013 Golden Plate Winner 
 2014 - 2015 Golden Plate Winner
 Check out our hot veggie options - see Daves Creek menu for days offered
Veggie Garden Burger
Spicy Black Bean Burger
Veggie Chicken Nuggets

What's for Lunch?  Check out the menu!  Please remind your child to choose their entree each morning! 
 Nutrition Information and Meal Prices as well as application for Free and Reduced lunch are available:

         click here to visit Forsyth County's Nutrition page
 for more information. 
  Did you know you can fund and manage your child's account on-line????
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Our most current Health Inspection score is 100.
Our last inspection was May, 2016.



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