I've been going to the Breakfast Klub for years! (since it opened, actually). It has transformed from a college student hangout (it's near all of the universities) to a quasi-social scene on the weekends.
In a nutshell, the food is good, but once you've had it a few times, you can become underwhelmed. HOWEVER, when I have friends, family, colleagues, come from out of town it is on the short list of places to take them for breakfast.
BEWARE: GO early (before 9 am on weekends unless you want to wait in line, outside for about an hour.
The food is good. Reminds me of a big southern breakfast in regards to portion size and menu options.
I'm allergic, but the catfish and grits are raved about.
My personal favorite are the french toast and wings (wings and waffles substitute).
The service is friendly. It family owned and the staff is the epitome of southern friendliness.
Mr. Marcus, the owner is typically there and a great guy.
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