This place will stick out in my mind for a long time. It feels like a little thrift store (but classy - don't get me wrong) as the walls are covered with shelving, and then really ancient books and items. Totally interesting to look at. The food was well priced, and LARGE servings to boot. The waitress was friendly and casual, which we enjoyed. The food itself was fresh, delicious, and exceptionally well made - whether you had benedict, an omelet, or pancakes (the size of your head.) If I lived in Portland, ME, I'd be a regular here.
The only thing I didn't like (and this would not keep me from going there) was that they had a $2.50 "sharing" charge -- that is, if you intended to share your meal, you had to add cash on. I can't quite see that as being fair - the amount of food should remain the same, and therefore the cost of the output product itself!
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