The long dine-in table in this cool, rustic space is as likely to be occupied by gossiping locals as by vacationing folks just passing throug, all of them munching outstanding pastries and perfect savory, well, treats. Don’t miss the luscious cinnamon rolls or the croissants (and sometimes brioche pillows) filled with ham, local cheddar, and Dijon. There’s a cooler full of great sandwiches made with local meats and produce on house-made crusty breads and baguettes and, in the adjoining room, a smart selection of wines, microbrews, and local cheeses (for carry out). Plus newspapers, magazines, some little gifty foodstuffs. Oh, and the place hosts a small indoor farmers market from time to time around harvest season. Think of Treats like a classy artisan general store.