After a long drive we ended up at this place because the cafe we were recommended had moved to a different location. We were so hunger we decided to give this place a try. We went in and the gentleman said they served a full breakfast. After being seated we then were treated like we were an inconvenience because we were a family of eight. They seem to cater to locals and small parties. Service took a long time and most of our food was cold. The sausage gravy tasted like it just came out of the fridge and was that temperature too! Serving sizes were very small and again it was very cold. We were so hunger we just ate it and left with paying a bill of around $200. While checking into our townhouse we mentioned to the rental folks about our experience and she called the owners of the Grind who told her that we would have a $200 credit to come back and give them another try. Very nice gesture but not sure we will take them up on the offer.
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