This restaurant is always busy but I can't understand why. The food is average at best, and really needs more variety. I think the hype has more to do with the fact that it is a new place, the building has been restored beautifully and is historical, and its near the canyon. The tables are rather crowded and no sense of privacy. The potatoes that are included with every breakfast aren't that tasty, make better at home. Also don't feel it offers good options for children. I will stick to Angie's.
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