I ate here twice one week apart both times breakfast, 1 time dined in , second I did a carryout.
The first time I arrived on a wednesday around 10:30 am..
Was promptly greeted and showing up as a single diner was first offered the counter stools , even though a few tables and booths were available,but when I said I'd prefer a booth I got a two person table instead. Not a big deal and maybe they were expecting a mid late morning crush of people but the 3 of the 4 booths along one side were empty my entire meal, and at least 1 was empty one the other wall. But I dutifully stared through two guys seated directly opposite my line of sight and watched traffic plod up to the traffic light on wyoming.
Service was fine maybe a bit slow on coffee refills.
I ordered a broiled ginger grapefruit, which is a half grapefruit with a sugar ginger glaze on the top.
And I ordered mango french toast. Which came swimming in mango syrup.
It was only ok and certainly no showstopper.
The second time I arrived at noon and not wishing to be seated at the counter thinking they'd be busy , I phoned in a carryout of their sage biscuits and gravy.
This is an interesting concoction....the goo has a sweet creamy texture, the biscuits seem homemade and are grilled or baked so the bottom is crispy and brown , nice touch. The sausage patties that come wik are pretty good too.. It's not a peppery biscuit and gravy experience but decent anyway.
Service on this run was top notch , the guy even offered plastic ware...and he was fast on the uptake and money part of the deal.
Would I go back? Maybe if I was west of I 75.
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