Before we finished our breakfast here Saturday we had asked our charming waitress when we needed to arrive Sunday to "beat the crowd" and even though we overslept and had to wait it was well worth it. I had a seafood hash with poached eggs and hollandaise and my spouse had the sweet potato pancakes. Both were very generous portions and as tasty as they were different from most breakfast fare. The people -watching , the decor and the humor of the wait staff all added to the very positive experience we had.
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