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We had to wait a while this morning to get a table (on Labor Day) - we figured because of the holiday, people were out and about on this beautiful day. We also had to wait a long while for our food but it was...quite worth the wait. Two of us had the Riverside combo that included a choice of meat, two eggs, and wither pancakes or French toast. I had the pancakes that were thick and hearty and delicious as well as poached eggs (perfect!) and crispy bacon. The meal also came with fried potatoes which were also really good... I just couldn’t eat all of them. One other in our party had the patriot waffle with bacon - patriot fruit included bananas, blueberries and strawberries. Also delicious!
We found out from our server that this little town was where The Perfect Storm originated and filming took place here. The restaurant was in the Old Towle manufacturing plant (as I Towle Silver). It was a quaint little stop and we enjoyed wandering around the town looking at the cute houses and walking on the boardwalk to see the drawbridge and sailboats.
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Decided to take a little ride to have breakfast. We ended up at the riverside cafe. Nice setting in the back of an old manufacturing building ( used to be silver smiths ). Just back from the Merrimac River. We both ordered omlets ( one...veggie and one western). Also the regular coffee was very good. The omlets were loaded and light. The staff pleasent and attentive. Best of all the price was very reasonable for the portion. We will definitely be back.More
I've been here a few times because it is nearby. It is a bright, clean place. In the summer, they have a few tables outside with river views, which is nice.
Unfortunately, the food is bland, uninspired and often overcooked. I doubt I'll go back.
After reading mixed reviews, decided to go out with family over the holidays. What should be any easy omelet, was more like overcooked egg pancake. Served round and flat, and lacking in any flavor. Will not be back nor will I recommend.
Following the reviews here we brought our family and friends to have a breakfast on our way to Maine. We waited for a table about 20 minutes and about that time for a food. Dirty plates and waitstuff aprons, so so food with burned eggs...and a hair. The place itself is great except the decorations from a dollar store and back yard sales.. Garlands, toys, dolls, posters, you will see there everything that covers historical brick walls .. Maybe its just not lucky us but we are not coming back and not recommend for a visitMore