I'm a local and wanted to try the breakfast based on a friend's recommendation. I'll start by saying the place is nicely decorated, 50's diner style but not at all garish, very tasteful. The place was packed, but we got a booth quickly. Service was good, not overly attentive, but we didn't lack for anything. So far, so good. Sadly the food was lacking. I ordered the basic breakfast; 2 eggs, grits, toast and bacon. The entire meal arrived luke warm, the eggs were over cooked and the 'cheesy' grits had zero cheese. Also, I ordered hot tea and they have exactly one option, black tea. The server nicely offered to bring honey and lemon which was a little above and beyond and I appreciated that. But the meal was nothing that would entice me back. My boyfriend said his migas were "not my favorite, but decent". I will give their salsa a thumb's up, it was spicy and delicious. The ambiance is good and it's fun to watch the planes arriving and departing, but you can also do that in the evenings from the Hangar's bar.
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