This "old school" restaurant in downtown Leesburg is a hidden gem. I just don't understand some of the negative posts by other conbributors. The wait staff greeted and advised us to sit where we liked. Menus were promptly delivered and our drink order was taken. The breakfast menu is expansive and it took me a while to make a decision. My wife, an Eastern Shore, MD girl, was delighted to see scrapple on the menu. It made her decision easy, ordering it along with eggs and homefries. I inquired about the sausage and was informed it came from a local farm. I ordered the "special" consisting of eggs, sausage (other breakfast meats were an option), homefries, and wheat toast. It also comes with juice and coffee! My coffee was then refilled and we took in the "rustic charm" of the decor, a counter with seating, plenty of booth and table options, and old signage from a bygone era. Our food promptly arrived hot and cooked to perfection. My wife commented that her scrapple, though not seasoned quite liike "Rapa", was cooked perfectly and delicious. My sausage was well spiced, browned and tasty and our eggs were cooked to our satisfaction. We both were happy with our decision to come and "eat where the locals eat" and will definitely return our next time in town. Our total bill was an amazing $16. If you're looking for sterile and overpriced, go to Bob Evans or IHOP, but if you just want good food and a great value, give this jewel a try.
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