We eat at Egg Harbor once a week. It's fast, and the food is good. It's a lovely breakfast, with all the traditional breakfast foods, plus some that are unique to EH. The service is efficient and friendly (the servers are full-time there, not college kids), and we can be in and out in under 40 minutes. It gets crowded on weekends, with a wait of 15 minutes or so. More importantly, it gets loud. The place is quaint and fun, like a farmhouse genteel setting, but with exposed ceiling with tin vents and ductwork, it can be hard to speak across the table. I strongly suggest EH for an early breakfast (they open at 630AM) and should you be looking for a lunch spot, eat at Preservation Bread & Wine, just one block down the street toward the Metra, same side of street, for divinity at the same price as EH. But, for breakfast, this spot beats all, including Mel's sloppy diner down the way on State Street.
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