We had reservations, there was a short wait for our table. It was a lovely table with an outstanding view. The waitress Sandy, was attentive and full of trivia about the Falls and surrounding area. The Kiddie Coffee was incredible according to my child. My husband's coffee was served with small bowls of whipped cream and chocolate shavings. I ordered the Ham shank Hash with Walla Walla Onions, Yellow Potatoes, Brown Butter,Two Farm Fresh Poached Eggs, Fresh Herbs, Buttermilk Biscuit. Picture (extremely overcooked pot roast) no flavor, couldn't find the onions, the potatoes except for two very large ones were painfully crisp to burned also lacking in flavor, however the eggs were perfectly poached. My husband's Farm Fresh Omelet was overcooked and lacking in flavor which is remarkable considering the ingredients like Tillamook Cheese and bacon, ham and sausage. The "famous" biscuit was dry and oily. Might try the Attic for lunch next time. Won't be back for brunch anytime soon.
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