We came for breakfast around ten o'clock. There were two or three parties ahead of us, but we were seated promptly and sooner than the host had estimated at one of the many outdoor tables. We noticed that they were leaving tables empty, presumably to avoid seating more parties than the staff could accommodate. What a good idea!
We chose eggs Benedict and huevos rancheros from among the usual suspects on the menu and enjoyed both. The service was friendly, attentive and, within the capacity of the kitchen, prompt, with attention to refilling coffee cups and the like. It was all very enjoyable.
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