I visited the nearby antiques fair that is held just up the street on the first and last Sunday of the month. The Spitfire has been around for about 20 years, and it isn't trying to soar anymore - it's gone into glider mode.
Breakfast is served until 3pm, and I had the Smoked Salmon Benedict. The service was great, and the food came out quickly, and the food was just ok for the price. (I'd have been happier with the food if it was more reasonably priced). One of the main criteria for a great breakfast and brunch places is that the coffee doesn't suck... and the coffee at the Spitfire got a thumbs up.
There's plenty of tables, indoors and out, and they had lots of staff in attendance. It's a great location for the local dog park, soccer field, Museum of Flying, and of course the Antiques Fair. But I don't think the Spitfire is a destination restaurant, it is more of a convenience location. i.e. if you happen to be in the area, stop by for something to eat -- but don't go out of your way.
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