This is the type of place the locals line up to get into. It is tiny and crowded but if there's a line to get in, you know the food has to be excellent. Try the hash brown omlette!
Only the second chance we've had to go and have breakfast and once again it was just excellent. Hashbrown omelet was great and had some of the best service (Amber) around. Just beat the morning crowd as we were leaving there were at least 25 people waiting to get in. Not going to let you in on what time we... More
Visited Holland on off-tourist time and still had to wait for a table. It was worth it! The staff is friendly and the restaurant had a nostalgic feeling even though this was my first visit. I ordered the Pecan pumpkin pancakes with a regular breakfast and everything was delicious. My husband ordered a ham omelet with toast and he ate... More
This is a great little downtown venue with odd and interesting kitsch as its decor, which changes with the seasons. It serves breakfast all day and is often very busy for breakfast and lunch. The food is delicious. The very puzzling thing is the the lack of a better system for seating. You have to wait in line, but the... More
It was OK, if there's a line, be sure to go in and write your own name and # of people on the pad inside - no one takes your name for you. The Hashbrown Omelet, is all potatoes cheese and onions - good but huge, even the mini size!
No amount of words would accurately describe how wonderful this place is. The food, the people.......everything! Go very early or plan to wait........but it's always worth the wait. Try the birds nest.......or the hashbrown omelette. And the homemade bread.......mmmmmmmmm good!
That iced cinnamon bun was too big for the plate but our friendly neighbor ordered it and took it back for his son. We met in the line--on a Labor Day morning you can expect a wait, especially since everyone was in town tinder the parade--but we shared a table with another couple and got seats in about ten minutes.... More
Serves a great Breakfast at a great price. My wife and grown daughter were with me and they loved it.We had omlets, pancakes and general breakfast foods. Everything was very fresh and non listed items were great. Coffe and juices were squeesed and taste it. We just wished our grandson and friend had come with us. Breakfast served all day.
When we got there the line was formed out front, we thought we had to give our name, but found out you just had to wait in line. When we got back out more people had already lined up. We waited because there really are not many other places close by open on a Sunday it seemed. I had the... More
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