The breakfasts we ate were extraordinary. The french toast was great, the bread was thick but not heavy with a custard was savory. Bacon was meaty and not greasy and the sausage patty was the same, not store-made but the real McCoy sausage. My wife's apple pancakes were very light, almost not pancakes at all but more like a texture of a beignet. Coffee was Green Mountain, good, not the best, but the food was so good, the coffee tasted better than it was! The food presentation was top notch, with a slice of fresh of orange on the plate. Service was great, with three coffee rounds and a smile. The place is great, a real old house, clean with wide wood planks on the floor.
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