The outside of this restaurant looks charming, but don't let the looks deceive you.
You know the smell of a tired, dirty old "greasy spoon" diner? Well, the second you walk through the charming door, the smell smacks you in the face. Sure, there is a lot of history in this old building, but water-damaged spots in the ceiling don't add anything positive to the ambience. Lighting is poor and makes the room ad well as the food look even more dreary. But, we tried to give this place a chance in spite of our initial impressions.
Now, I'm not super fussy when it comes to breakfast, but this place broke a lot of records for "terrible food." The breakfast menu was unattractive and very limited. I ordered scrambled eggs, which were very dry and COLD (as in refrigerator cold, not lukewarm). But the plate was also ice cold, and so was the bacon. The anemic-looking hash browns were lukewarm, and had that "old grease" smell and taste.
In such a beautiful and historic town, it's hard to imagine how such a shockingly horrible restaurant could survive. If you know food, love food, or are just plain hungry, PLEASE avoid this place at all cost.
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