Went there twice while visiting family in town. Was tempted to try some of the vegetarian dishes for dinner, but the descriptions did not really give much indication of any seasonings used so it reminded us of the old vegetarian restaurants of the 70's. Stuck with the sandwiches, burgers and the black bean burrito which were all good. Service was a bit slow, seemed the main emphasis was on the to-go orders for the locals. Went back another morning for breakfast and were pretty disappointed. The Homefries were burned and greasy to the point of giving the omelettes an off-taste. We all got burned toast as well, whether it was wheat, sour dough or raisin.
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