I read a few of the mixed reviews on here and was a little nervous, but the restaurant was truly fabulous.
My husband, daughter and my mother (visiting from the East Coast) had brunch on a foggy Sunday. There was very little view, but it still had a magical feel to it.
The room itself is a sort of blend of lodge and arts and crafts and is cozy and yet also elegant. My husband and daughter chose their big ol' breakfast that has multiple courses. The one slight question we had was did they get the short end of the stick as their food came out together (the fruit course was served on one plate for them to share). Truly, it didn't matter as there was MORE than enough, but it was an odd way to go about it.
I had a omelet and my mother had the Eggs Benedict. Everything was delicious, but it was the little touches that elevate this restaurant.
The coffee service is fabulous ... so many choices, we tried them all.
The Heaven from Honey theatrics was so much fun and the bun with honey was divine.
We had a truly memorable experience and will be bringing all our out of town guests up for the experience.
My ONLY small suggestion is to have more bussers .... our waiter was fully sat and most tables were at capacity (that is, four people at a four top rather than 2) ... so he was super busy. We did have to wait just a bit on several occasions for a refill on coffee -- a busser (our waiter also appeared to have to clear all his tables) or perhaps second waiter who went around and refilled and checked on people would've been a HUGE asset.
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