My husband and I ate here for weekend brunch around 1pm. The seating is somewhat limited, and they were completely full, but the service was very good, and the food was absolutely delicious. We ordered and paid at the counter and then found a spot. I loved the atmosphere and the energy. The savory waffle, turkey sausage, and ham benedict were all creative and delicious. One plate was too much food for me; next time I will split a plate with someone. I can't wait to eat breakfast here again.
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