Went for brunch on the Saturday before mothers' day. We were seated immediately but the restaurant was very busy. Service was friendly and efficient, and we waited almost no time at all for our food. Some of my home fries were a little under-cooked for my liking, and the english muffin with melted cheese and honey seemed stale. In spite of this, the food was very good overall. Portions are large and I was unable to finish it. My wife had the sausage and egg croissant, which was huge. I had a skillet named "The Count" and it was delicious. The coffee may have been a little burnt and tasted like it came from a gas station.
I would visit again because it's near where I live, but I wouldn't feel the need to make a trip from outside Raleigh - it shouldn't be too difficult to find an equally good breakfast in any other large town.
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