I'd expect to be wowed by a place that advertises its link to breakfast, but I wasn't. The restaurant was bright, the staff was attentive and is was not too loud, though reasonably full. They had some very original menu items, including a baked tomatoes au gratin and breakfast nachos. They presented two large, homemade chocolate covered strawberries with the check.
That said, the main courses (Tuscan breakfast bowls in our case) were only okay and not much more than what you'd expect at a Village Inn, Denny's or Perkins. They'd run out of cinnamon rolls. The coffee cake had not been delivered that day. The coffee was weak, though typical by midwestern restaurant standards.
Entirely reasonable but not a place I'd drive out of my way to find.
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