I'm a local, and to have food that tastes good, isn't a horrible gouge to the purse, and is available for Sunday brunch is pretty fantastic. I'm also gluten-free (a true allergy) and they have at least GF store-bought bread to offer. (which is more than a lot of restaurants)
At first, I just liked the newness and location, but as I have become a rather committed patron, the food is actually getting better: slightly bigger portions and more interesting combinations. I highly recommend it, but please keep going to the Art Cliff. That way I can still park, eat, and not wait at Lucky Hanks when summer comes around. I wanted it to be my secret but...they deserve the accolades and success in business. So glad for this newcomer!
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