There were 7 in our group for Saturday brunch. Interesting and varied menu. Had a couple of appetizers and we tried lots if different entrees. All were very good. Large portions. Everything from quail on polenta to a Mexican style omelet to chicken fried steak fingers. Topped it off with several desserts. Sour cherry strudel was the tables' hands down fave. Geat music. A little Norah jones, Tracy chapman. Just a really nice vibe. Loved our waiter. Quick with recommendations and happily divided our checks. Spent time on the way out looking at the chickens and a very showy peacock. Not a full bar. Just beer and wine and a few specialty drinks.
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