They hooked me at $3 mimosas, and breakfast happy hour - but failed to execute on the actual food, I had the crabcake benedict and it was not good. It was served luke warm, the biscut was pretty mushy, the peper jelly was gross (I am sure for some people who are more sweet/savory mixers it might have been an awesome take on an old classic, but I found it pretty terrible). My husband got the proscutto beneduct and it tasted how I would envision smelly feet taste. The coffee was good, and the portion size is good, although it should be for almost $20 for breakfast. It came with a large arugala salad which was a nice touch. Our server Jessica was very nice and helpful and did an excellent job (which was funny to me because one of the other reviews I read totally bashed her, but we found her absolutely great!), she actually warned me that she was a benedict lover and that this benedict steered too far from the classic style, and I totally should have listened! Over $40 for breakfast, with only one $3 mimosa for two people seems way too steep for me, basically I left full but dissapointed, so I wouldn't go back, but I think it is partially due to the style not being for me.
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