Add in local tourist mag caught my eye, and glad it did. Their breakfast menu is like nothing I've seen before. Tried the blackened salmon Benedict, on corn bread squares with a side of sweet potato andouille hash. O.J. was supposed to be fresh squeezed but the waitress said they buy it that way, not squeezed on site. .O.K., I guess they can't get sued for false advert. Regardless, the meal was truly exceptional. Every item on the plate had it's own distinct texture and taste. The down side is the price. My tab for one order of the above plus coffee was $25.00 before tax and tip. They have several crab, shrimp and lobster items available, all at "market price". Again, not common to my experience of breakfast time. Highest cost is the breakfast steak Oscar at $25.00 for the entree. If these prices are within reach, it's well
worth a try.
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