We descended on this establishment with our bicycle group one Sunday morning. We called 15 minutes ahead and the folks had a table for 17 all set up and waiting for us when we arrived, along with a dedicated server. This is a family-owned establishment, and the entire personnel staff just couldn't have been friendlier or more helpful. Our orders were taken promptly, and the food started arriving not long after the last of our group completed their food requests. The meals were all cooked-to-order, served correctly and hot from the kitchen. There is a large breakfast menu featuring everything from omelets to quiche to plain eggs, pancakes and gigantic fresh fruit plates. The portions were larger than most folks could eat, and not a single person in our group left hungry!! One person commented that the prices seemed a little high ($2.99 for a cup of coffee), but they were basically in-line with other downtown restaurants. The melon squares in the fruit bowls could have been softer and more ripe, but the omelet dishes were crammed with loads of cheese and veggies, and the blueberry pancakes contained lots of blueberries. You could even order a large glass of iced coffee although it's not on the menu (tastes great after a hot bike ride). The group all agreed: this restaurant is a "keeper."
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