My husband and I ate here for breakfast and had a great time. I enjoyed the sausage gravy- which is usually under-seasoned in restaurants- and my husband and daughter (16mo at the time) loved the thick cut french toast with just the right amount of vanilla. The coffee wasn't anything to write home about, but when you are used to drinking organic, fair trade beans you grind fresh every morning, it is hard for coffee in a restaurant to match that. This place is popular for a reason. The food is good, the building quirky (layout makes NO SENSE and confuses first time diners- including us) and the parking lot could use another layer of pavement, but it is worth the trip! Great service too.
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