A familiar standard pancake house with a lunch menu available. I stopped for breakfast about 10 AM on a Friday, had a 10 minute wail. The place was very busy. As I was looking over the extensive menu the waitress appeared, I asked for a bit more time. Sometimes when you d that you are forgotten and abandoned, not this time she reappeared at an appropriate time and took my order.
I ordered the Florentine omelet with spinach & bacon, properly done, and not watery as sometimes happens when spinach is an ingredient. I choose the regular pancakes as the accompaniment, a decent fluffy pancake.
The food came quickly and was properly cooked, coffee was refilled regularly by either the waitress or the bus boy. Overall, a fine breakfast experience.
Parking was in their own off-street lot which wraps around the building.
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